Rabbis and Reporters in the Holyland : Judaism and Journalism
Rabbis and Reporters in the Digital Holyland seeks to focus on the key relationship of rabbis and journalists given their role in influencing the national agenda about religion inside Israel.
- Hardback | 240 pages
- 159 x 235mm
- 08 Dec 2018
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Yoel Cohen
Yoel Cohen in on the faculty of the School of Communication, Ariel University
Table of contents
1 The Media Setting: the Digital Revolution in Israel 2 The Religious Setting: Contemporary Judaism 3 Rabbis versus News 4 Is Judaism News? 5 Journalists and Judaism 6 Gathering the News 7 Selling Judaism 8 The Alternative Jewish Media Community 9 Can the Rabbi be Influenced? 10 The Secular-Religious Divide 11 Conclusion: Is an Understanding Between Reporters and Rabbis Possible?