Rivka Ribak
Rivka Ribak
Department of Communication, University of Haifa
Verified email at research.haifa.ac.il
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Playing with fire: On the domestication of the mobile phone among Palestinian teenage girls in Israel
H Hijazi-Omari, R Ribak
Information, Community and Society 11 (2), 149-166, 2008
Remote control, umbilical cord and beyond: The mobile phone as a transitional object
R Ribak
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 27 (1), 183-196, 2009
Like Immigrants' Negotiating Power in the Face of the Home Computer
R Ribak
New media & society 3 (2), 220-238, 2001
The contribution of family culture to political participation, political outlook, and its reproduction
T Liebes, R Ribak
Communication Research 19 (5), 618-641, 1992
Rebelde way in Israel: Parental perceptions of television influence and monitoring of children's social and media activities
Y Tsfati, R Ribak, J Cohen
Mass Communication & Society 8 (1), 3-22, 2005
A mother's battle against TV news: A case study of political socialization
T Liebes, R Ribak
Discourse & Society 2 (2), 203-222, 1991
Smartphone resistance as media ambivalence
R Ribak, M Rosenthal
First Monday, 2015
Ideological reproduction
T Liebes, E Katz, R Ribak
Political Behavior 13 (3), 237-252, 1991
Internet power and social context: A globalization approach to Web privacy concerns
R Ribak, J Turow
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 47 (3), 328-349, 2003
In defense of negotiated readings: How moderates on each side of the conflict interpret Intifada news
T Liebes, R Ribak
Journal of Communication 44 (2), 108-124, 1994
Sex differences in pleasure from television texts: The case of Ally McBeal
J Cohen, R Ribak
Women's Studies in Communication 26 (1), 118-134, 2003
Democracy at risk: The reflection of political alienation in attitudes toward the media
T Liebes, R Ribak
Communication Theory 1 (3), 239-252, 1991
Socialization as and through conversation: Political discourse in Israeli families
R Ribak
Comparative Education Review 41 (1), 71-96, 1997
Israeli children online: From moral panic to responsible Parenting
D Lemish, R Ribak, R Aloni
Megamot–Behavioral Sciences Journal 46 (1-2), 137-163, 2009
From the field phone to the mobile phone: a cultural biography of the telephone in Kibbutz Y
R Ribak, M Rosenthal
New Media & Society 8 (4), 551-572, 2006
“Privacy is a basic American value”: globalization and the construction of web privacy in Israel
R Ribak
The Communication Review 10 (1), 1-27, 2007
On pomegranates and etrogs: Internet filters as practices of media ambivalence among National Religious Jews in Israel
M Rosenthal, R Ribak
Digital Judaism, 153-168, 2015
Children & new media: Some reflections on the ampersand
R Ribak
Journal of children and media 1 (1), 68-76, 2007
Mobile social media as platforms in workers’ unionization
T Lazar, R Ribak, R Davidson
Information, Communication & Society 23 (3), 437-453, 2020
Media and spaces: the mobile phone in the geographies of young people
R Ribak
The Routledge international handbook of children, adolescents and media, 333-340, 2013
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