Prof. Motti Neiger   
On Media, Culture & Society        


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Publication on Popular Culture:

  1. Neiger, M. (forthcoming). Cultural Oxymora: The Israeli Idol Negotiates Meanings and Readings. Television and New Media. [PDF + Trans. into Hebrew]
  2. Neiger, M. (2008). How to Read Texts in the Media – A Critical Model for Interpretation of Texts. In M. Neiger, Blondheim M. & Liebes, T (eds.). Telling Media Stories – Reflections on Media Discourse. Jerusalem: Magnes & Smart Institute, Hebrew University. [PDF]
  3. Neiger M., Zandberg, E, & Meyers, O. (2011). Tuned to the Nation's Mood: Popular Music as a Mnemonic Cultural Object. Media, Culture & Society.
  4. Neiger, M. (2011). "Real love has no boundaries? - Dating Reality TV Shows between Global Format and Local-Cultural Conflicts." In A. Hetshroni (Ed.) Reality Television: Merging the Global and the Local. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. [PDF]
  5. Kohn A. & Neiger, M. (2007). To talk and to talkback: The rethoric of the Talk-Back in Israeli on-line newspapers. In T. Altshuler (ed.). Journalism Dot Com: On Line Newspapers in Israel. Jerusalem: The Israeli Democratic Institute and Ben-Gurion University. [PDF in Hebrew].
  6. Neiger, M. & Josman, A. (2005). The Illusion of Democratic Choice: How Reality Shows Obtain Audience Cooperation. Tel Aviv: Haim Herzog Institute, Tel-Aviv University. (40 pp.). [Research paper in Hebrew].
  7. Neiger, M. (2005). The Battlefield of Images: The TV Reality Show “the Ambassador” (HaSagrir) and Israeli myths. Panim, 31, 75-80. [link to the on-line version]