Book

Karniel, Y., & Lavie-Dinur, A. (2015).
Privacy and Fame: How We Expose Ourselves across Media Platforms
Lexington Books.

Articles

Lavie-Dinur, A., Yarchi, M., & Karniel, Y. (2019).
Online news coverage of female perpetrators during the October 2015 wave of violence of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.
Media, War & Conflict.

Lavie-Dinur, A., Yarchi, M. & Karniel, Y. (2018).
The portrayal of lone wolf terror wave in Israel: an unbiased narrative or agenda driven?
The Journal of International Communication,
24:2, 196-215, DOI: 10.1080/13216597.2018.1453368

Karniel, Y., Lavie-Dinur A., & Samuel-Azran. T. (2016).
Professional or Personal Framing? International Media Coverage of the Israel-Hamas Prisoner Exchange Deal.
Media, war & conflict,
Volume: 10 issue: 1, page(s): 105-124.

Karniel, Y., Lavie-Dinur, A., & Samuel-Azran, T. (2014).
Broadcast coverage of Gaddafi’s final hours in images and headlines: A brutal lynch or the desire death of a terrorist?
The International Communication Gazette,
Volume: 77 issue: 2, page(s): 171-188

Lavie-Dinur, A., Karniel, Y., & Samuel-Azran, T. (2013).
“Bad girls”: The Use of Gendered Media Frames in the Israeli Media’s Coverage of Israeli Female Political Criminals
Journal of Gender Studies,
24(3), 326-346.

Lavie-Dinur, A., Karniel, Y., & Samuel-Azran, T. (2013).
“Our” Criminals – Israeli Press Coverage of Domestic Political Criminals
Journal of Intercultural CommunicationResearch,
42, 275-299.

Lavie-Dinur, A., & Karniel, Y. (2013).
National identity and the representation of Palestinian Arab women’s “otherness” in reality shows and israeli commercial television
Critical Studies in Television (CST),
Vol. 8, No. 1, Manchester University Press, pp. 52-72.

Karniel, Y., & Lavie-Dinur, A. (2011).
Entertainment and stereotypes: The representation of Palestinian Arab citizens in reality shows on Israeli television.
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research,
41, 65-87.