Segev, E. (2022). Semantic Network Analysis in Social Sciences. New York: Routledge. (read a book review in Hebrew by S. Shenhav)

Segev, E. (2016). International News Online: Global Views with Local Perspectives. New York, Peter Lang. (read a book review by J. Miller)

Google and the Digital Divide

Segev, E. (2010). Google and the Digital Divide: The Bias of Online Knowledge, Elsevier (Oxford: Chandos Publishing Imprint). doi:10.1533/9781780631783 (read the book reviews by C. Gilbert, J. Wallis, and L. Kvasny)


Segev, E. (2021). International News Flow in the Digital Age. In Daniela V. Dimitrova (Ed.), Global Journalism: Understanding World Media Systems. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. (preprint version)

Baram-Tsabari, A., Segev, E., & Sharon A. J. (2016). What’s New? The Applications of Data Mining and Big Data in the Social Sciences. In N. G. Fielding, R. M. Lee, & G. Blank (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of online research methods (pp. 92-106, 2nd ed., ch. 6). London: Sage. DOI: 10.4135/9781473957992.n6 (preprint version)

Social Media Performance Evaluation and Success Measurements

Yarchi, M., Wolfsfeld, G., Samuel-Azran, T., & Segev, E. (2016). Invest, Engage, and Win: Online Campaigns and their Outcomes in Israeli Elections. In M. A. Brown (Ed.), Social Media Performance Evaluation and Success Measurements (pp. 225-248). Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI Global. (preprint version)

Digital Diplomacy

Manor, I., & Segev, E. (2015). America’s Selfie: How the US Portrays Itself on its Social Media Accounts. In C. Bjola, & M. Kornprobst (Eds.), Digital Diplomacy: Theory and Practice (pp. 89–108). London: Routledge. (preprint version)



  • Segev, E., Hatzir, N., Watanabe, K., & Tago, A. (2021). The News Coverage of Threats: Iranian Nuclear Programs in Israeli Press. Presented at DACH2021: #Communication #(R)Evolution Changing Communication in a Digital Society, 7-9, April 2021, Zurich, Switzerland.

  • Segev, E. (2019). Textual Network Analysis: Detecting Prevailing Themes and Biases in International News and Social Media. Presented at The 2nd Annual Conference of Political Textual Analysis, POLTEXT 13-15, September 2019, Tokyo, Japan.

  • Ingenhoff, D., Segev, E., & Chariatte, J. (2018). New insights for public diplomacy: The country and its objectives mirrored between attitudes and information searches in a cross-national comparison. Presented at the 66th Annual Conference of The International Communication Association, 24-28 May, Prague, Czech Republic.

  • Manor, I., Segev, E. (2017). Towards networked diplomacy: Following foreign ministries and UN embassies on twitter. The Annual meeting of the Swiss Association for Communication and Media Research, 27-28 April, 2017, The University of Applied Sciences, HTW Chur, Switzerland.

  • Segev, E., & Sharon, A. (2016). Temporal Patterns of Scientific Information-Seeking on Google and Wikipedia. Presented at the 65 Annual Conference of The International Communication Association, 9-13 June, 2016, Fukuoka, Japan.

  • Segev, E., Blondheim, M. and Cabrera, M. A. (2015). The global news coverage of economic crisis. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Swiss Association of Communication and Media Research (SACM). March 13-14, 2015. University of Bern, Switzerland.

  • Nissenbaum, A., Segev, E., Stolero, N. and Shifman, L. (2014). Loyalty Matters: Common Content and Form Attributes of Internet Memes. Presented at the 64 Annual Conference of The International Communication Association (ICA), 22-26 May 2014, Seattle, USA.

  • Segev, E. & Baram-Tsabari, A. (2013). Using Google Trends to Study Public Interests in Science. Presented at the 63 Annual Conference of The International Communication Association (ICA), 19-26 June 2013, London, UK.

  • Segev, E., & Hills, T. (2012). The News and Memories of the World: Comparing China, Israel, Switzerland and the U.S. The 9th International Conference on Applications of Social Network Analysis (ASNA 2012), September 4-7, 2012, ETH Zurich & University of Zurich.

  • Wolfsfeld, G., Sheafer, T. and Segev, E. (2012). The Social Media and the Arab Spring: Politics Always Comes First. The Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA), August 30-September 2, 2012, New Orleans, LA.

  • Blondheim, M., & Segev, E. (2012). Why the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict Conquers Global Headlines: A Chapter in Journalistic Geosophy. Presented at the 62 Annual Conference of The International Communication Association (ICA), 24-28 May 2012, Phoenix, Arizona.

  • Segev, E., Sheafer, T., & Shenhav, S., (2011). Is the World Getting Flatter? Structural Trends of News Links between Countries in Leading American and German Newspapers. The 8th International Conference on Applications of Social Network Analysis (ASNA 2011), September 14-16, 2011, ETH Zurich & University of Zurich.

  • Segev, E. (2011). Global Salience Meter: A New Method to Map the World of Online News. The 10th Annual Conference of The Israeli Society for History & Philosophy of Science (ISHPS), March 6, 2011, Jerusalem.

  • Segev, E. (2010). Different Countries - Different Views: A Cross-National Comparison of International News Networks. The 7th International Conference on Applications of Social Network Analysis (ASNA 2010), September 15-17, 2010, ETH Zurich & University of Zurich.

  • Blondheim, M., & Segev, E. (2010). America’s Global Standing According to Popular News Sites From Around the World. The Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), June 22-26, 2010, Singapore.

  • Baram-Tsabari, A., & Segev, E. (2010). Using existing web-based tools to study trends in innovation information seeking. The Seventh Conference on Innovation Journalism, June 7, 2010, Stanford, CA.

  • Sheafer, T., Shenhav, S. & Segev, E. (2010). A New Look at the Role of Political Culture Proximity in the International Communication Arena. The 14th Annual Conference of the Israeli Communication Association (ISCA), March 14, 2010, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya, Israel

  • Segev, E. (2009). Mapping the International: The Prominence of Countries and their News-links in Popular News Sites Worldwide. Workshop on Institutional Analysis (The Ronald Coase Institute), December 13-19, 2009, Xiamen, China.

  • Baram-Tsabari, A. & Segev, E. (2009). Just Google it! Exploring New Web-based Tools for Identifying Public Interest in Science and Pseudoscience. The 4th Annual Chais Conference on Instructional Technologies Research Learning in the Technological Era, 18 February, 2009,

  • Segev, E. (2008). Google and Digital Divide. The Annual Meeting of Internet Researchers, Netvision Institute of Internet Research, Tel Aviv University, 27 May, 2007.

  • Segev, E. (2006). Digital Divide: The Politics of Online Information through Search Engines. Presented at PIIRS Conference on Bridging Disciplines, Spanning the World: Approaches to Development, Diversity and Democracy, Princeton University, NJ, 7-8 April 2006.