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Nechushtai, Efrat. 2019. “Making Messages Private: The Formation of Postal Privacy and its Relevance for Digital Surveillance.” Information & Culture 54(2): 133-158. LINK

Nechushtai, Efrat, and Lior Zalmanson. 2019. “‘Stay Informed’, ‘Become an Insider’ or ‘Drive Change’: Repackaging Newspaper Subscriptions in the Digital Age.” Journalism 00(0): 1-18.
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Nechushtai, Efrat, and Seth C. Lewis. 2019. “What Kind of News Gatekeepers Do We Want Machines to Be? Filter Bubbles, Fragmentation, and the Normative Dimensions of Algorithmic Recommendations.” Computers in Human Behavior 90: 298-307. LINK

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2019       “Report for America, report about communities: local news capacity and community trust,” 102nd Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Toronto (with Andrea Wenzel and Sam Ford)

2019       “Information, community, or values: Repackaging newspaper subscriptions in the digital age,” 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Washington, D.C. (with Lior Zalmanson)

2019       “How journalists respond to pressures to cover the minority and legal status of criminal suspects: Comparative analysis of Germany and the United States,” Critical Incidents in Journalism, 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) Preconference, Washington, D.C.

2019        “‘We can’t take a position’ or ‘They want to know what we think’: Approaches to objectivity and trust building among journalists in the U.S. and Germany,” The Political Communication Division Graduate Student Preconference, 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Washington, D.C.

2018       “Covering polarized politics: Journalistic authority in contemporary United States and Germany,” Reuters Institute Summer School on Comparative Qualitative Research on Journalism and News Media, University of Oxford

2018        “Personalization and diversity in recommendations on Google News,” 12th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM-18), Workshop on Algorithmic Personalization and News (APEN18), Stanford University (with Seth C. Lewis)

2018       “What kind of news gatekeepers do we want machines to be? Personalization and diversity in Google News recommendations,” International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), University of Oregon (with Seth C. Lewis)

2018       “Entertaining in the service of the public: How the BBC turned reality competition into community building,” 68th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Prague

2018       “Repackaging newspaper subscriptions in the digital age,” Content Producers: Incentives, Motivations, and Value Creation, University of Haifa (with Lior Zalmanson)

2017       “From Liberal to Polarized Liberal? Contemporary US news in Hallin and Mancini’s typology of news systems,” International Journal of Press/Politics Annual Conference, University of Oxford

2017       “The audience in the mind’s eye: How journalists imagine their audience and what reader centered analytics might look like,” 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Diego (with James Robinson)

2017       “Inventing privacy: How letters became private,” Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference, New York University


2017        “When machines deliver the news: Measuring filter bubbles in news recommendation engines,” Communicating with Machines: Interventions with Digital Agents, 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) Preconference, San Diego