Doctor Idit Manosevitch

Head of the Department,

The Academic Center for Youth
Communication B.A

Areas of Expertise

Participatory Journalism
Deliberative Democracy
Democratic Theory
Political Communication

Selected Courses

Introduction to Political Communication
Deliberative Pedagogy Course called “Deliberative Student Conference””
User Generated Content (Undergraduate Seminar)
Introduction to Digital Communication

Additional Roles

Director of the Teaching and Learning Center

Selected Publications

Moy, P., Manosevitch, E., Stamm, K., & Dunsmore, K. (2005). Linking dimensions of Internet use and civic engagement. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 82(3), 571-586.

Manosevitch, E. (2006). Democratic values, empowerment and giving voice: Children’s media discourse in the aftermath of the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin. Learning Media and Technology, 31(2), 163-179.

Manosevitch, E. (2009). The reflective cue: prompting citizens for greater consideration of reasons. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 21, 187-203.

Manosevitch, E., & Walker, D. (2009, April). Reader comments to online opinion journalism: a space of public deliberation. In International Symposium on Online Journalism, 10, 1-30. 5.

Gordon, E., & Manosevitch, E. (2011). Augmented deliberation: merging virtual and physical interaction to engage communities in urban planning. New Media and Society, 13(1).75-95.

Manosevitch, I. (2011). User generated content in Israeli online journalism landscape: A review. Israel Affairs 17(3). 422-444.

Manosevitch, E. (2012). Participatory journalism in Israeli daily newspapers. In Garcia de Torres, E. (ed.). Cartografia del periodismo participativo. Valencial: Tirant lo Blanch.

Manosevitch, I., & Lev-On, A. (2014). Israeli local press 2013: characteristics and trends. Media Frames 12, 1-28. [Hebrew]

Manosevitch, E., Steinfeld, N., & Lev-On, A. (2014). Promoting online deliberation quality: cognitive cues matter. Information, Communication & Society, 17(10), 1177-1195.

Manosevitch, I. (2014). The Design of Online Deliberation: Implications for Practice, Theory and Democratic Citizenship. Journal of Public Deliberation. 10(1), Article 9. 10.

Katz-Kimchi, M., & Manosevitch, I. (2015). Mobilizing Facebook Users against Facebook’s Energy Policy: The Case of Greenpeace Unfriend Coal Campaign. Environmental Communication, 9(2), 248-267.

Manosevitch, I., & Tennenboim, O. (2015). Israeli local newspapers in the 21st century: Directions and Trends. In Elias, N., Nimrod, G., Reich, Z. & Schejter, A. (eds.). Media in Transition, 175-197. [Hebrew]

Manosevitch, I., & Tenenboim, O. (2016). The Multifaceted Role of User-Generated Content in News Websites: An Analytical Framework. Digital Journalism.

Manosevitch, I. (2017). Politics for People in the Israeli Context. in the Hebrew translation of the book: Mathews, F. D. Politics for people: Finding a responsible public voice. Jerusalem: The Citizens Forum Accord.

Shaffer T., Longo, N., Manosevitch, I., and Thomas M. (2017). Deliberative Pedagogy and Democratic Engagement. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.

Manosevitch, I, & Tzuk, Y. (2017). Blogging, Craft Culture, and Women Empowerment. Cogent Social Sciences, 3(1).

Manosevitch, I. (2017). Deliberative Pedagogy in Israeli Higher Education (61-70). In T. Shaffer, N. Longo, I. Manosevitch, and M. Thomas, Deliberative Pedagogy and Democratic Engagement. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.

Manosevitch, I. (2019). Deliberative Pedagogy in a Conflicted Society: Cultivating Deliberative Attitudes among Israeli College Students. Higher Education. 78(4), 745-760.

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