Sam Lehman-Wilzig
Sam Lehman-Wilzig
Professor of Communications (formerly Poli Sci), Bar-Ilan University, ISRAEL
Verified email at biu.ac.il
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Hard news, soft news,‘general’news: The necessity and utility of an intermediate classification
SN Lehman-Wilzig, M Seletzky
Journalism 11 (1), 37-56, 2010
1922010
The natural life cycle of new media evolution: Inter-media struggle for survival in the internet age
S Lehman-Wilzig, N Cohen-Avigdor
New Media & Society 6 (6), 707-730, 2004
1722004
The importance of product involvement for predicting advertising effectiveness among young people
T Te’eni-Harari, SN Lehman-Wilzig, SI Lampert
International Journal of Advertising 28 (2), 203-229, 2009
962009
Wildfire: Grassroots revolts in Israel in the post-socialist era
S Lehman-Wilzig
SUNY Press, 2012
792012
Information processing of advertising among young people: The elaboration likelihood model as applied to youth
T Te'eni-Harari, SI Lampert, S Lehman-Wilzig
Journal of Advertising Research 47 (3), 326-340, 2007
782007
Whose news? Does gender determine the editorial product?
A Lavie, S Lehman-Wilzig
European Journal of Communication 18 (1), 5-29, 2003
762003
Stiff-necked people, bottle-necked system: the evolution and roots of Israeli public protest, 1949-1986
SN Lehman-Wilzig, N Šemű'ēl
Indiana University Press, 1990
731990
Frankenstein unbound: Towards a legal definition of artificial intelligence
SN Lehman-Wilzig
Futures 13 (6), 442-457, 1981
641981
Loyalty, voice, and quasi-exit: Israel as a case study of proliferating alternative politics
SN Lehman-Wilzig
Comparative Politics 24 (1), 97-108, 1991
631991
Exploring historical thinking and agency with undergraduate history students
A Nye, M Hughes-Warrington, J Roe, P Russell, D Deacon, P Kiem
Studies in Higher Education 36 (7), 763-780, 2011
58*2011
The method is the message: Explaining inconsistent findings in gender and news production research
A Lavie, S Lehman-Wilzig
Journalism 6 (1), 66-89, 2005
462005
An exploratory model of media-government relations in international crises: US involvement in Bosnia 1992-1995
Y Bloch, S Lehman-Wilzig
Media and conflict: framing issues making policy shaping opinions, 153-173, 2002
242002
Factors Underlying Organizations' Successful Press Release Publication in Newspapers: Additional PR Elements for the Evolving “Press Agentry” and “Public Information” Models
M Seletzky, S Lehman-Wilzig
International Journal of Strategic Communication 4 (4), 244-266, 2010
212010
COPYING THE MASTER? PATTERNS OF ISRAELI ARAB PROTEST, I95O-1W0
S Lehman-Wilzig
Asian and African Studies 27, 129-147, 1993
201993
Will cities become obsolete?
S Lehman-Wilzig
Telecommunications Policy 5 (4), 326-328, 1981
191981
Babbling our way to a new Babel: Erasing the language barriers
S Lehman-Wilzig
The Futurist 35 (3), 16, 2001
182001
The 1992 media campaign: Toward the Americanization of Israeli elections
S Lehman-Wilzig
Israel at the Polls, 251-80, 1992
181992
The economic and political determinants of public protest frequency and magnitude: the Israeli experience
S Lehman-Wilzig, M Ungar
International review of modern sociology, 63-80, 1985
171985
Public Protest in Israel 1949-1992
S Lehman-Wilzig
Bar Ilan University| Hebreyy, 1992
161992
Elite and popular newspaper publication of press releases: Differential success factors
S Lehman-Wilzig, M Seletzky
Public Relations Journal 6 (1), 1-25, 2012
142012
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