CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
1. Sharon Haleva-Amir, "Present – Absentees: MKs Usage of Personal Internet Tools", in Erez Cohen & Azi Lev-On (eds.) Connected: Politics and Technology in Israel (Tel Aviv: Israeli Political Science Association, 2011) (Hebrew), 211-261.
2. Sharon Haleva-Amir, “Political Communication: Online Campaigns in the Elections for the 19th Knesset” in Rafi Mann & Azi Lev-On (eds.) Annual Report: Israeli Media 2013- Agendas, Usages and Trends (New Media, Society & Politics Institute, Ariel University Center 2014) (Hebrew), 79-90.
3. Sharon Haleva-Amir, “Talking to Themselves: Classification of Facebook's Political Usages and Representatives' Roles among Israeli Members of Knesset”, in Alex Frame & Gilles Brachotte (eds.) Forms and Functions of Political Participation in a Digital World (NYC, NY: Routledge, 2016), 13-24.
4. Sharon Haleva-Amir & Karine Nahon, “Electoral Politics on Social Media: The Israeli Case” in Axel Bruns, Gunn Enli, Eli Skogerbo, Anders Olof Larsson & Christian Christensen (eds.), Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics (NYC, NY: Routledge, 2016), 471-487.
ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
1. Raphael Cohen-Almagor & Sharon Haleva-Amir, "The Israel-Hezbollah War and the Winograd Committee", Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law 2 (Oct 2008), 27-44;
(Also published as "The Israel-Hezbollah War and the Winograd Committee" in Athina Karatzogianni (ed.) Violence and War in Culture and the Media: Five Disciplinary Lenses (London and NY: Routledge, 2011), 171-187).
2. Raphael Cohen-Almagor & Sharon Haleva-Amir, "Bloody Wednesday in Dawson College - The Story of Kimveer Gil, or Why Should We Monitor Certain Websites to Prevent Murders", Studies in Ethics, Law and Technology, 2(3), Article 1 (Dec 2008).
3. Sharon Haleva-Amir, "Online Israeli Politics: The Current State of the Art", Israel Affairs 17(3) (2011), 467-485;
(Also published as "Online Israeli Politics: The Current State of the Art", in Gideon Doron & Azi Lev-On (eds.) New Media, Politics and Society in Israel (New York: Routledge, 2012).
4. Raphael Cohen Almagor & Sharon Haleva-Amir, "Why Monitor Violent Websites? A Justification", Beijing Law Review 3(2) (2012), 64-71.
5. Sharon Haleva–Amir, "MKs Usage of Personal Internet Tools, 2009: On the Verge of a New Decade", World Political Science Review, 9(1) (2013), 219-261.
6. Sharon Haleva-Amir, “Not All about that Facebook: Political Campaigns and Civic Engagement in the 2015 Elections”, Israel Affairs, 22(3-4) (2016), 711-726;
(Also published as “Not all about that Facebook: political campaigns and civic engagement in the 2015 elections”, in Eithan Orkibi & Manfred Gerstenfeld (eds.) Israel at the Polls 2015 (New York: Routledge, 2017)).
7. Azi Lev-On & Sharon Haleva-Amir, “Normalizing or Equalizing? Characterizing Facebook Campaigns”, New Media & Society 20(2) (2018), 720-739.
8. Sharon Haleva-Amir, “Equal Outset, Normal Completion: Cross-Platform Analysis of PLCs’ (Parties, Leaders, Candidates) Social Media Presence in the 2015 Electoral Campaign”, Israel Affairs 27(4) (2021), 750-772 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13537121.2021.1940563
9. Ron Feldman, Yaniv Nudelman, Sharon Haleva-Amir & Noa Ben-Ami, “Patients' Prior Perceptions and Expectations of the Enhanced Transtheoretical Model Intervention for Chronic Low Back Pain: A Qualitative Study”, Musculoskeletal Care (2021), https://doi.org/10.1002/msc.1600
10. Sharon Haleva-Amir, “2019/2020 Israeli Electoral Digital Campaigns – Pits and Falls”, Israel Affairs, special issue “Israel at the Polls 2019-20: Political Identities in Crises” (forthcoming)