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





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Articles in Refereed Journals

Khvorostyanov, N., Elias, N. and Nimrod, G. (2012). 'Without it I'm nothing': The Internet in the lives of older immigrants. New Media & Society, 14(4), 583-599.

Elias, N. and Lerner, J. (2012). Narrating the Double Helix: The Immigrant-Professional Biography of a Russian Journalist in Israel. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 13(1).

Jamal, A., Elias, N. and Soker, O. (2011). Cultural encoding and fake equality in popular reality shows: Lessons from Israel. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(9).

 Elias, N. and Lemish, D. (2011). Between Three Worlds: Host, Homeland, and Global Media in the Lives of Russian Immigrant Families in Israel and Germany. Journal of Family Issues, 20(10), 1-29.

Elias, N. (2011). Between Russianness, Jewishness and Israeliness: Identity patterns and media uses of the FSU immigrants in Israel. Journal of Jewish Identities. Special issue “Russian-Jewish Immigrant Identity”, 4(1), 93-102.

Caspi, D. and Elias, N. (2011). Don’t patronize me: Media by and for minorities. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34(1), 62-82.

Elias, N. (2011). Russian-speaking Immigrants and their Media: Still Together? Special issue "Twenty years together: the ‘Great Aliya’ and Russian Israelis in the mirror of social research".  Israel Affairs, 17 (1), 73-89.

Elias, N., Lemish, D. and Khvorostianov, N. (2011). “Britney Spears Remained in Russia”: Dynamics of Musical Preferences in the Integration of Immigrant Adolescents in Israel. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(1), 61-77.

Elias, N. and Khvorostianov, N. (2010). “People of the Book”: Book Reading by the FSU Immigrant Adolescents in Israel. The Journal of Children and Media, 4(3), 316-330.

Elias, N. and Kemp, A. (2010). The new second generation: Non-Jewish Olim, Black Jews and children of migrant workers in Israel. Israel Studies, 15(1), 73-94.

Elias, N., Jamal, A. and Soker, O. (2009). Illusive Pluralism and Hegemonic Identity in Israeli Reality Shows. Television and New Media, 10, 375-391.

Elias, N. and Lemish, D. (2009). Spinning the Web of Identity: Internet’s Roles in Immigrant Adolescents’ Search of Identity. New Media & Society, 11(4), 533-551.

Elias, N. and Lemish, D. (2008). Media uses in immigrant families: Torn between “inward” and “outward” paths of integration. International Communication Gazette, 70 (1), 23-42.

Elias, N. and Shorer-Zeltser, M. (2008). “My address is not a building, nor a street”: The Russian-speaking Diaspora on the Web. Diasporas, 2, 178-194 (in Russian).

Menahem, G. and Elias, N. (2007). The impact of globalization on gender earning gaps in urban economies: The case of Tel-Aviv. Urban Studies, 45(11), 2211-2229.

Elias, N. and Khvorostianov, N. (2007). Russian cultural institutions in Beer-Sheva: Building a community. Sociological Papers, 12, 47-61.

Elias, N. and Greenspan, L. (2007). The Honey, the Bear and the Violin: The Russian Voices of Israeli Advertising. Journal of Advertising Research, 47(1),113-123.

Elias, N. and Shorer-Zeltser, M. (2006). Immigrants of the world unite? A Virtual Community of Russian-speaking Immigrants on the Web. Journal of International Communication, 12(2), 70-90.

Elias, N. (2006). Roles of the mass media in the cultural and social adaptation of immigrants from the FSU in Israel. Diasporas, 4, 85-104 (in Russian).

Elias, N. (2005). Living in Germany, longing for Israel: The old Jewish immigrants from the FSU in Germany. East European Jewish Affairs, 35(2), 167-187.

Caspi, D., Adoni, H., Cohen, A.A. and Elias, N. (2002). Red, White and Blue: The Russian media in Israel. Gazette, 64(6), 537-556.

Shamir, R., Shitrai, M. and Elias, N. (1996). Religion, feminism and professionalism: The case of rabbinical advocates. The Jewish Journal of Sociology, 38(2), 73-88.