Co-creation of Knowledge in Technology-Enhanced Communities of Learning





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Articles in Refereed Journals

Schejter, A. & Tirosh, N. (forthcoming). Social media new and old in the Al-‘Arakeeb conflict – a case study. The Information Society

Connolly-Ahern, C., Schejter, A. & Obar, J. (2012). The poor man’s lamb revisited? Assessing the state of LPFM at its 10th anniversary. The Communication Review, 15(1), 21-44

Davidson, R. & Schejter, A. (2011). “Their deeds are the deeds of Zimri; but they expect a reward like Phineas”: Neoliberal and multicultural discourses in the development of Israeli DTT policy. Communication, Culture and Critique, 4, 1-22

Obar, J. & Schejter, A. (2010) Inclusion or Illusion: An analysis of the FCC’s public hearings on media ownership 2006-2007. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 54(2), 212-227

Schejter, A., Serenko, A., Turel, O., and Zahaf, M. (2010) Policy implications of market segmentation as a determinant of fixed-mobile service substitution: What it means for carriers and policymakers. Telematics and Informatics 27, 90-102

Schejter, A. & Yemini, M. (2009)  “Eyes have they, but they see not”: Israeli election laws, freedom of expression, and the need for transparent speech. Communication Law and Policy 14, 411-452

Schejter, A. & Elavsky, C.M., (2009) “…and the children of Israel sang this song”: The Role of Israeli law and policy in the advancement of Israeli music. Min-Ad: Israel Studies in Musicology Online 7(II), 131-153

Schejter, A. & Obar, J. (2009) “Tell it not in Harrisburg, Publish it not in the Streets of Tampa”: Framing, Media Ownership, and the Public Interest. Journalism Studies, 10(5), 577-593

Schejter, A. (2009) “From all my teachers I have grown wise, and from my students more than anyone else”: What lessons can the US learn from broadband policies in Europe? International Communication Gazette, 71(5), 429-445.

Schejter, A. (2008) ‘The Stranger that Dwelleth With You Shall Be Unto You as One Born Among You’  - Israeli Media Law and The Cultural Rights of the Palestinian Israeli Minority. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 1, 156-179.

Schejter, A. & Davidson, R. (2008) “. . . and money is the answer for all things”: The News Corp.—Dow Jones Merger and the Separation of Editorial and Business Practices. International Journal of Communication, 2, 515-542. (online at

Schejter, A. & Yemini, M. (2007) "'Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue:' Network neutrality, the First Amendment and John Rawls’ Theory of Justice". Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, 14(1), 137-174.

Schejter, A. (2007) “The Pillar of Fire by Night, to Shew Them Light:” Israeli Broadcasting, the Supreme Court, and the Zionist Narrative. Media, Culture & Society, 29(6), 916-933

Schejter, A. (2007) “Jacob’s Voice, Esau’s Hands:” Transparency as a First Amendment Right in an Age of Deceit and Impersonation. Hofstra Law Review 35(2), 1489-1518

Schejter, A. & Lee, S. (2007) The Evolution of Cable Regulatory Policies and their Consequences: Comparing South Korea and Israel. Journal of Media Economics, 20(1), 1-28.

Schejter, A., Kittler, J., Lim, M., Balaji, M. & Douai, A. (2007) “Let's go down, and there confuse their language, that they may not understand one another's speech:” Developing a Model for Comparative Analysis and Normative Assessment of Minority Media Rights. Global Media Journal, 6(10)

Schejter, A. (2006). “Art Thou For Us, or For Our Adversaries?” Communicative Action and the Regulation of Product Placement: A Comparative Study and a Tool for Analysis. Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law, 15(1), 89-119.

Schejter, A. (2006) Israeli cellular telecommunications policy. Telecommunications Policy, 30(1), 14-28

Schejter, A. (2005) “The people shall dwell alone”: The effect of transfontier broadcasting on freedom of speech and information in Israel. “ North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 31(2), 337-376

Schejter, A. (2005) Service public, societe de l’information et Internet. Mediamorphoses (January, 2005) 161-169 (in French)

Schejter, A. & Borenstein, K. (2003). 3G Where Art Thou? On What Can and Can't be Learned from the UMTS Spectrum Auctions in Europe. Communications & Strategies 50(2), 215-235

Schejter, A. (1999). The Fairness Doctrine is Dead and Living in Israel. Federal Communications Law Journal 51(3), 281-300

Schejter, A. (1999). From a Tool for National Cohesion, to a Manifestation of National Conflict: The Evolution of Cable Television Policy in Israel, 1986-1998. Communication Law and Policy, 4(2), 177-200

Schejter, A. (1996). The Cultural Obligations of Broadcast Television in Israel. Gazette, 56(3), 183-200