Haim Frenkel

Lecturer,

School of Social Sciences and Humanities
Communication B.A

Areas of Expertise

1. The relations between the media and the military in democratic nations.
2. Journalism ethics.
3. Theories on media effect.

Selected Courses

1. The basics of journalism work.
2. Journalism ethics.
3. Theories and models on media effects.
3. News: Theories and research.
4. The media institution in Israel.

Selected Publications

‘- Frenkel, H. (Fall 2018). Blunt-Toothed Media: Setting the Military-Security Agenda in Israel
during Routine Times – Research report. Media Frames, 17, pp. 125-134.
– Frenkel, H. (2017). Blunt-Toothed Media: Setting the Military-Security Agenda in Israel
during Routine Times. Ph.D Thesis. Ramat-Gan, Israel: Bar-Iian University.
– Frenkel, H. and Nossek, H. (2017). Journalistic framing and a Big Surprise: The coverage of
the Egyptian Enemy in the Israeli Print Press 1970-1973. Kesher, 50, pp. 110-119.
– Frenkel, H. and Nossek, H. (Fall 2013). Military Censorship and Self-Censorship: Coverage
of the Debate over the Bar-Lev Line in the Israeli Press 1973-1968. Kesher, 45, 94-83.
– Frenkel, H. (2000). Was the Israeli Press Part of the Yom-Kippur War Failure. The Situation
Report in the Israeli Press Regarding the Important Issues in the Egyptian Front, 1970-1973.

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