The Future of Reading as a Cultural Behavior in the Multi-Media Environment
This paper examines the changes in reading as a cultural behavior in a multi-channel media environment.
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International Journal of the Book, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp.71-84.
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Professor Hillel Nossek is the academic director of the Teaching and Research Authority of the College of Management Academic Studies Tel-Aviv, Israel and a professor of communication at the School of Media Studies of the College.
His research and teaching interests are in the implications of new and old media consumptions and use on social construction of identities on one hand and news in general and media and political violence in particular. The book he edited with Annabelle Sreberny and Prasun Sonwalker on Media and Political Violence is being published by Hampton Press.
Professor Hanna Adoni, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Academic College of Emek Yezreel. Since year 2000 Hanna Adoni is incumbent of the Danny Arnold Chair in Communication at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her research interests are in the area of mass communication and cultural behavior, with special emphasis on literacy, reading and the new media technologies. She is a co-author of Social Conflict and Television News (1990) and Twenty Years of Communication and Culture in Israel (2000), Media Minorities and Hybrid Identities (2006). And co-authored with Hillel Nossek, Readers' Voices: Reading as a Cultural Behavior in the Multi-media environment (2006) (Hebrew).
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