Efrat Daskal



Academic Background and Fields of Interest

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Communication and Journalism and I also work at the Second Authority for Television and Radio in Israel. Over the last few years I have worked as a lecturer at the Open University and a teaching assistant at the Hebrew University in various courses for undergraduates and postgraduates (e.g. Introduction to Mass Communication, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods, Reading and Writing Supervision, New Media and the Information age, Theories in Communication and Culture).

My research interests are: media ethics, media law and policy, media regulation and media literacy.  

Publications

Kampf, Z. & Daskal, E. (2013). Too hostile, Too Deferential: Processes of Media Answerability Following Political Interviews. Journalism: theory, practice and criticism.

Kampf, Z. and Dasksal, E. (2011). When the watchdog bites: Insulting politicians on air. In: M. Ekström and M. Patrona Talking Politics in the Broadcast Media: cross-cultural perspectives on political interviewing, journalism and accountability . Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. pp. 177 – 198.

Scholarships

2013   ICA Travel grant for paper presentation at the International Communication Association.

2013   Travel grant for paper presentation at the International Communication Association from the social science faculty of the Hebrew University.

2013   The Levi Eshkol institute scholarship for research students, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

2013   Excellence scholarship from The Israel Association of University Women.

2012   ICA Travel grant for paper presentation at the International Communication Association.

2012   Travel grant for paper presentation at the International Communication Association from the social science faculty of the Hebrew University.

2011   The Levi Eshkol institute scholarship for research students, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


Conference Presentation

Kampf, Z. & Daskal, E. (2013). Communicating Imperfection: The Ethical Principles of News Corrections. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, England.

Kampf, Z. & Daskal, E. (2013). Communicating Imperfection: The Ethical Principles of News Corrections. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Israel Communication Association.

Kampf, Z. & Daskal, E. (2012). Too  hostile, Too Deferential: Processes of Media Answerability Following Political Interviews. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, USA.

Daskal, E. (2010). “We Choose Not to Be Chosen" – Feminism and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comics. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Women and Comics Conference, England.

Kampf, Z., Liebes, T and Dasksal, E. (2010). When the Watchdog Bites: Insulting Politicians on Air. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Singapore.  

Daskal, E. (2010). Burning a bra or watching television? How watching feminine stories in drama series can influence feminist consciousness. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Israel Political Science Association.

Daskal, E. (2010). Burning a bra or watching television? How watching feminine stories in drama series can influence feminist consciousness. Paper presented at the annual Graduate Student Conference in Political Science.


Non-academic publications

Daskal, E. (2013). Ombudsman: Mediation versus Regulation. Posted June 18, 2013, in http://cgcsblog.asc.upenn.edu/

Regev, D. & Daskal, E. (2013). The 18 annual report of the Ombudsman. The Second Authority for Television and Radio: Jerusalem.

Rosen, G. & Daskal, E. (2012). The Importance of the Ombudsman. The 17 annual report of the Ombudsman. The Second Authority for Television and Radio: Jerusalem.

 

Workshops

2013   The Annenberg Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute


Recent Activities and Awards

2013   Participation at the Annenberg Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute. 

Awarded the Eshkol scholarship, presented papers at the annual Israel Communication Association conference and the Women and Comics conference in England (see details above).

Emails: efrat.daskal@mail.huji.ac.il or efrat29@yahoo.com