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קורות חיים

התואר

שם האוניברסיטה

שם המחלקה

שנת

קבלת התואר

תואר ראשון

אוניברסיטת אריאל

תקשורת

2011

תואר שני

אוניברסיטת בר אילן

תקשורת

2015

תואר שלישי

אוניברסיטת בר אילן

תקשורת

2019

פוסט-ד"ר

האוניברסיטה העברית

תקשורת

הווה

 
מחקר
  • Comparative political communication
  • political discourse in New media
  • Qualitative + Quantitative research methods
פרסומים
  • Sabag Ben-Porat, C., Lev-On, A., & Lehman-Wilzig, S. (Forthcoming 2019). Silent Partners: How Politicians’ Facebook Communication with Constituents is Mediated, and Why it Matters. Politics & Policy.

 

  • Sabag Ben-Porat, C., & Lehman-Wilzig, S. (Forthcoming 2019). Chatbot Communication in Social Media: Parliamentary Practice and Public Perceptions. Edward Elgar Publishing.

 

  • Sabag Ben-Porat, C., & Lehman-Wilzig, S. (2019). Political "Postwriting" on Facebook: Public Perceptions about Parliamentarians' (Un)Real SNS Involvement. Social Media & Media. 1-10.

 

 

  • Sabag Ben-Porat, C., & Lehman-Wilzig, S. (2018). Ethical and philosophical issues in social (Re)Media(ted) communication between legislators and constituents. In T. Pirc (Ed.), Participation, Culture and Democracy Perspectives on Public Engagement and Social Communication (pp. 47-57). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

 

  • Lev-On, A., Sabag Ben-Porat, C., & Lehman-Wilzig, S. (2017). A Facebook post is born: exploring the process of generating MPs’ social media presence. The Journal of Legislative Studies23(4), 549-565.

 

  • Sabag Ben-Porat, C., Lev-On, A., & Lehman-Wilzig, S. (2016). Whose post is it anyway?  Patterns of use of Knesset members and their parliamentary assistants on social network sites. Israel Internet Association magazine. Retrived from: https://bit.ly/2hjf9dE. (Hebrew).

 

  • Sabag Ben-Porat, C., & Lehman-Wilzig, S. (under review). Social Network Usage Patterns of Parliamentary Assistants as Stand-Ins for their Legislator and the influence of the electoral system on these patterns. United States, Germany and Israel as case studies. New Media & Society.

 

Sabag Ben-Porat, C., & Haleva-Amir, S. (under review). Censorship practices of Political Discourse on Social media among Discourse Mediators: Comparative Study.