Neta Kligler-Vilenchik
Neta Kligler-Vilenchik
Assistant Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
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By any media necessary: The new youth activism
H Jenkins, S Shresthova, L Gamber-Thompson, N Kligler-Vilenchik, ...
NYU Press, 2018
How individual sensitivities to disagreement shape youth political expression on Facebook
EK Vraga, K Thorson, N Kligler-Vilenchik, E Gee
Computers in Human Behavior 45, 281-289, 2015
Learning connected civics: Narratives, practices, infrastructures
M Ito, E Soep, N Kligler-Vilenchik, S Shresthova, L Gamber-Thompson, ...
Curriculum Inquiry 45 (1), 10-29, 2015
Good citizenship as a frame contest: Kony2012, memes, and critiques of the networked citizen
N Kligler-Vilenchik, K Thorson
New Media & Society 18 (9), 1993-2011, 2016
Setting the collective memory agenda: Examining mainstream media influence on individuals’ perceptions of the past
N Kligler-Vilenchik, Y Tsfati, O Meyers
Memory Studies 7 (4), 484-499, 2014
Experiencing fan activism: Understanding the power of fan activist organizations through members’ narratives
N Kligler-Vilenchik, J McVeigh-Schultz, C Weitbrecht, C Tokuhama
Transformative Works and Cultures 10, 2012
Alternative citizenship models: Contextualizing new media and the new “good citizen”
N Kligler-Vilenchik
New Media & Society 19 (11), 1887-1903, 2017
Learning through practice: Participatory culture civics
N Kligler-Vilenchik, S Shresthova
Youth and Participatory Politics Research Network, Macarthur Foundation, 2012
Decreasing world suck”: Fan communities, mechanisms of translation, and participatory politics
N Kligler-Vilenchik
University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and …, 2013
Don’t push your opinions on me: Young citizens and political etiquette on Facebook
K Thorson, EK Vraga, N Kligler-Vilenchik
Presidential campaigning and social media: An analysis of the 2012 campaign …, 2014
Memory-setting: Applying agenda-setting theory to the study of collective memory
N Kligler-Vilenchik
On media memory, 226-237, 2011
Political expression on Facebook in a context of conflict: Dilemmas and coping strategies of Jewish-Israeli youth
Y Mor, N Kligler-Vilenchik, I Maoz
Social Media+ Society 1 (2), 2056305115606750, 2015
Together, nevertheless? Television memories in mainstream Jewish Israel
J Bourdon, N Kligler-Vilenchik
European Journal of Communication 26 (1), 33-47, 2011
Climate and Sustainability| Seeking Visibility in a Big Tent: Digital Communication and the People’s Climate March
K Thorson, S Edgerly, N Kligler-Vilenchik, Y Xu, L Wang
International Journal of Communication 10, 23, 2016
Distributed creativity as political expression: Youth responses to the 2016 US presidential election in online affinity networks
N Kligler-Vilenchik, I Literat
Journal of Communication 68 (1), 75-97, 2018
“Decreasing World Suck”
N Kligler-Vilenchik
17 Superpowers to the People! How Young Activists Are Tapping the Civic Imagination
H Jenkins, S Shresthova, L Gamber-Thompson, N Kligler-Vilenchik
Civic media: Technology, design, practice, 295, 2016
Understanding individuals in the context of their environment: Communication ecology as a concept and method
SJ Ball-Rokeach, C Gonzalez, M Son, N Kligler-Vilenchik
Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Phoenix, AZ, 2012
Analyzing youth digital participation: Aims, actors, contexts and intensities
I Literat, N Kligler-Vilenchik, M Brough, A Blum-Ross
The Information Society 34 (4), 261-273, 2018
Qualitative Political Communication| From Wizards and House-Elves to Real-World Issues: Political Talk in Fan Spaces
N Kligler-Vilenchik
International Journal of Communication 9, 20, 2015
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