I hold a dual appointment as associate professor with tenure (פרופסור חבר) in the department of political science and in the department of communication at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. My research specialization is in public opinion, political communication, and mass media effects.
On my last sabbatical, I held visiting appointments at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Journalism and Mass Communication, McGill's CSDC, and the University of Pennsylvania. The Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania is where I completed my Ph.D. in 2005.
Since September 2014, I serve as Editor-in-Chief of Oxford's International Journal of Public Opinion Research. In addition, I have been elected to the ICA's executive board. At the Hebrew University, I am the former Head (2013-2016) of the Political Communication graduate program, a collaboration between the political science and communication departments.
My publications include journal articles on news-framing and public discourse, public opinion perceptions, comparative political communication, conversational dynamics of online political discussions, social network diversity and participation, political disagreement and public opinion quality.
My work has won several top paper and best publication awards from the International Communication Association and the World Association for Public Opinion Research. For more details, visit me on google scholar, ResearchGate, see my CV or email me.