Department of Communication


Publication: Refereed Articles and Monographs


Ashuri T., (Under contract). The state of the media [working title]. Palgrave Macmillan London: New York

Ashuri, T. and Halperin Ruth (forthcoming). “Online Self-Disclosure: An Interdisciplinary Literature Review of Ten Years of Research”. New Media and Society.

Ashuri, T. (2022). “Shadowy Knowledge Infrastructures”. Information, Culture & Society, 1-17.

Ashuri, T. & Stolero, N., (2021). “Trusting the Untrustable: The Construction of Politicians’ Self-Image on Facebook”. The Information Society. 38(5), 377-387.

Ashuri, T., & Halperin, R. (2020). Online Moral Disclosure and the Construction of Privacy Practices. International Journal of Communication, 14, 20

Ashuri, T., & Hassid-Lavi, M. (2019). Film regulation and the construction of a nation: two theoretical perspectives. Israel Affairs, 25(6), 1065-1081.

Ashuri T. Dvir-Gvirsman S. and Halperin R. (2018) “Watching me watching you:  How observational learning affects self-disclosure on SNS?” Journal of Commuter mediated Communication, 23(1), 39-68.

Ashuri T. and Halperin R. (2017) “Winer and losers: Framing the field of online self-disclosure in mainstream news media. The information Society 33: 291-300.

Ashuri T. and Bar-Ilan Y. (2016) “Collective action recruitment in a digital age: Applying signaling theory to filtering behavior” Communication Theory 27: 70-91.

Ashuri T. and Bar-Ilan Y. (2015). “How Flat Organizations Filter”. Information, Communication and Society 19: 1411-1426.    

Ashuri, T. (2015). “When online news was news:  Online technology use, and constitution of structures in journalism”. Journalism Studies 17: 301-318.

Ashuri, T. and Frenkel A. (2014).  “Online/Off screen: On Changing Technology and Practices in Television Journalism”. Convergence 23: 148-165.

Ashuri, T. (2013). “Envisioning the Internet: Implementing ‘disruptive innovation’ in media organizations”. First Monday, 18(5): 1-11.

Ashuri, T. and Frenkel A. (2013). The “Status” of News: Implementation of Networked Technologies in Television News Organizations” The International Journal on Online Journalism 3(2): 140-159

Ashuri T., (2012) From the telegraph to the computer. Resling Tel-Aviv [Hebrew]

Ashuri T. (2012). “Activist Journalism: Using Digital Technologies and Undermining Structures”. Communication, Culture & Critique,  5: 38–56. 

Ashuri T. (2012). “(Web)sites of Memory and the Rise of Moral Mnemonic Agents”, New Media and Society 14 (3):  441-456  

Ashuri T. and Wiesslit C. (2011) ‘The Moral Journalist’: The emergence of new intermediaries of news in an age of digital media, Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism 12(8): 1035-1051

Ashuri T., (2010) The Arab Israeli Conflict in the Media: Producing Shared Memory and National Identity in a Global Television Era. London: NewYork. Palgrave Macmillan (I.B. Tauris)

Ashuri, T., and Pinchevski. A. (2010) Media Witnessing in Asymmetrical Conflict, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 3(2): 111-124

Ashuri T., (2010) I Witness: Re-presenting trauma in and by cinema, The Communication Review 17(3): 171-192

Ashuri T., (2009) Negotiating Distances: The cultural economy of television documentaries, Television and New Media 11(2): 105-122

Ashuri, T., (2007) Proper Distance, Media Frames 1(1): 183-197 [Hebrew]

Ashuri T., (2007) Television Tension: Collective versus cosmopolitan memory in a co-produced television documentary, Media, Culture & Society 29 (1): 31-51

Ashuri T., (2006) National Memory: One Television Program, Three Historical Narratives. Zmanim. Tel-Aviv University, July (95): 44-52 [Hebrew]

Ashuri T., (2006) National Memory: One Television Program, Three Historical Narratives. Zmanim. Tel-Aviv University, July (95): 44-52 [Hebrew]

Ashuri T., (2006) The Nation Remembers: National identity and shared memory in television documentaries, Nation and Nationalism, 11(3): 423-442