Nahuel Ribke
Nahuel Ribke
The Open University of Israel, Department of Literature, Language and Arts
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Genre approach to celebrity politics
N Ribke
Palgrave Macmillan., 2015
Decoding television censorship during the last Brazilian military regime: The censor as negotiator and censorship as a semi-open interpretative process
N Ribke
Media History 17 (1), 49-61, 2011
Telenovela writers under the military regime in Brazil: Beyond the cooption and resistance dichotomy
N Ribke
Media, Culture & Society 33 (5), 659-673, 2011
Fauda television series and the turning of asymmetrical conflict into television entertainment
N Ribke
Media, Culture & Society 41 (8), 1245-1260, 2019
Entertainment politics: Brazilian celebrities’ transition to politics, recent history and main patterns
N Ribke
Media, Culture & Society 37 (1), 35-49, 2015
Media imperialism beyond the Anglo-Saxon axis, or negotiated hybridity? Neo-Orientalist telenovelas and transnational business in Brazilian television
N Ribke
Journal of Consumer Culture 17 (3), 562-578, 2017
Ratings, the state and globalization: the politics of television audience measurement in Israel
J Bourdon, N Ribke
Media, Culture & Society 38 (2), 159-174, 2016
Transnational Latin American television: Genres, formats and adaptations
N Ribke
Routledge, 2020
Global maladies, local in treatment:“quality” TV fiction formats, glocal forms of prestige, and cumulative cross-cultural dialogues
N Ribke
International Journal of Communication 10, 18, 2016
The genre of live studio audience programmes in a political context: The Flavio Cavalcanti Show and the Brazilian military regime
N Ribke
Screen 54 (3), 355-370, 2013
Writing the History of Telenovelas under Brazilian Military Rule (1964–1985): Censorship Reports Instead of Audiovisual Archives?
N Ribke
Critical Studies in Television 5 (2), 146-153, 2010
Transnational activism, new and old media: the case of Israeli adoptees from brazil
N Ribke, J Bourdon
new media & society 18 (11), 2649-2663, 2016
Juan Carlos Blumberg and the Populism of Fear Politics in Argentina: Converting Mediatic Crimes into Political Capital
N Ribke, N Ribke
A Genre Approach to Celebrity Politics: Global Patterns of Passage from …, 2015
Modeling politics? Female fashion models’ transition into Israeli politics
N Ribke
European Journal of Cultural Studies 17 (2), 170-186, 2014
The brazilian military regime and television censorship: between the internal logics of production and the political context
N Ribke
Revista de História (São Paulo), 323-348, 2013
The ugly’vs ‘The beautiful’Israeli: Struggles over defining Israeli identity
N Ribke
Israel: Tel Aviv University, 2004
Peripheral stardom, ethnicity, and nationality: The rise of the Argentinian Ricardo Darin from local celebrity to transnational recognition
N Ribke, J Bourdon
Communication, Culture & Critique 10 (4), 712-728, 2017
Entertainment industries and ‘liberal’celebrities: the failure to convert attention into political power
N Ribke, N Ribke
A Genre Approach to Celebrity Politics: Global Patterns of Passage from …, 2015
Rumo a uma abordagem transnacional da televisão latino-americana: trajetórias, fronteiras e centros e periferias
N Ribke
Matrizes 15 (2), 55-71, 2021
Netflix and Over the Top Politics? The Mechanism TV series and the dynamics of entertainment intervention
N Ribke
Critical Studies in Television 16 (1), 47-61, 2021
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