Elbaz, S. & Golan-Nadir,
N. 2018. Strategic Elites in Israel: The Distribution of Power in the Israeli
Jerusalem: Carmel Publisher (In Hebrew).
Elbaz, Sagi. 2015. Rethinking Israeli Journalism: Core Values & Media Revolution
. New York: Israel Academic Press.
Elbaz, Sagi. 2014. Loyalty to the Source: Media, Ideology and Political Culture in Israel. Tel Aviv: Resling (in Hebrew). [The book was reviewed in Media Frames: Israeli Journal of Communication (Hebrew) and Manifesto: Israeli Journal of Society, Culture and Education.]
Elbaz, Sagi. 2013. Minority Opinion in the Hebrew Press: Representation of the Arab Population in a Changing Public Sphere. Tel Aviv: Dyonon Publishing (in Hebrew). [The book was reviewed in Media Frames: Israeli Journal of Communication (Hebrew), Haaretz Book Reviews, The Seventh Eye.]
Elbaz, Sagi. 2018. The Press and Economic Changes: Coverage of and Commentary on Tow Economic Recovery Plans. Kesher, 51, pp. 48-58 (in Hebrew).
Elbaz, Sagi. 2017. Delegitimization on Israeli Websites: The Coverage of the “Other” before and during Operation Protective Edge. The Public Sphere, 12, p. 63-88 (in Hebrew).
Elbaz, Sagi, & Bar-Tal, Daniel. 2016. Dissemination of Culture of Conflict in the Israeli Mass Media: The Wars in Lebanon as a Case Study. The Communication Review, 19(1): 1-34.
Book ChaptersElbaz, S., Nets-Zehngut, R., Magal, T. & Abutbul, G. 2017. Self-Censorship of Narratives of Political Violence in Media. In D. Bar-Tal, R. Nets-Zehngut, & K. Sharvit, (Eds.), Self-censorship in Contexts of Conflict: Theory and
Research. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
Nets-Zehngut, R., & Elbaz, S. 2017. Self-Censorship of Narratives of Political Violence: Four International Case Studies. In D. Bar-Tal, R. Nets-Zehngut, & K. Sharvit (Eds.), Self-censorship in Contexts of Conflict: Theory and Research. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
Book Chapter Accepted for PublicationElbez,
S. 2019, Seeing far, Seeing obvious: The Oslo Accords in the eyes of the
Israeli media. In Ephraim Lavie, Henri Fishman and Yael Ronen (eds.) "The
Oslo Process" - a milestone in the historic sequence of efforts to resolve
the Israeli-Arab / Palestinian conflict. Tel Aviv: The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research (In Hebrew).
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