Nicholas A. John
Nicholas A. John
Senior Lecturer, Department of Communication and Journalism, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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TitleCited byYear
Sharing and Web 2.0: The emergence of a keyword
NA John
new media & society 15 (2), 167-182, 2013
3322013
The social logics of sharing
NA John
The Communication Review 16 (3), 113-131, 2013
2192013
The Age of Sharing
NA John
polity, 2016
762016
'I don’t Like you any more’: Facebook unfriending by Israelis during the Israel-Gaza conflict of 2014
NA John, S Dvir-Gvirsman
Journal of Communication, 2015
602015
Global Habitus, Local Stratification, and Symbolic Struggles Over Identity The Case of McDonald's Israel
E Illouz, N John
American Behavioral Scientist 47 (2), 201-229, 2003
462003
Sharing, collaborative consumption and Web 2.0
NA John
Media@ LSE Working Paper, 2013
342013
File Sharing and the History of Computing: Or, Why File Sharing is Called “File Sharing”
NA John
Critical Studies in Media Communication 31 (3), 198-211, 2014
212014
The rise of “sharing” in communication and media studies
NA John, W Sützl
Information, Communication and Society 19 (4), 437-441, 2016
122016
The Construction of the Multilingual Internet: Unicode, Hebrew, and Globalization
NA John
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 18 (3), 321-338, 2013
92013
Why privacy keeps dying: The trouble with talk about the end of privacy
NA John, B Peters
Information, Communication & Society, 1-15, 2016
72016
Some of the social logics of sharing
NA John
Media, Knowledge and Education: Cultures and Ethics of Sharing, 45-56, 2012
52012
The diffusion of the Internet to Israel: the first 10 years
NA John
Israel Affairs 17 (3), 327-340, 2011
52011
Representing the Israeli Internet: The Press, the Pioneers and the Practitioners
NA John
International Journal of Communication 5, 22, 2011
32011
Oprah Winfrey and Women’s Autobiography: A Televisual Performance of the Reflexive Self
E Illouz, N John
The Oprah Phenomenon, 87-100, 2007
3*2007
An agnotological analysis of APIs: Or, disconnectivity and the ideological limits of our knowledge of social media
NA John, A Nissenbaum
The Information Society, 2019
12019
“He’s Got His Own Sea”: Political Facebook Unfriending in the Personal Public Sphere
NA John, N Gal
International Journal of Communication 12, 18, 2018
12018
Unpacking (the) secret: Anonymous social media and the impossibility of networked anonymity
T Sharon, NA John
New Media & Society, 2018
12018
The emergence of the Internet Service Provider (ISP) industry in Israel
NA John
The Routledge Companion to Global Internet Histories, 90-104, 2017
12017
‘I can’t see you any more’: A phenomenology of political Facebook unfriending
N John, N Gal
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research 6, 2016
12016
Platform studies: The rules of engagement
J Burgess, N Baym, S Cunningham, D Craig, A Helmond, T Bucher, ...
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research 6, 2016
12016
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