Dr. David Levin is a researcher in the field of communications, focusing on cultural studies. He is a senior lecturer in the School of Media Studies at the College of Management Academic Studies, Israel.
David focuses on the cultural public sphere’s representation of youth and gender as well as social media’s protest framing by the media. He researches the conjunctions between the possibilities and limitations of various media, cultural models, and the implications of special contexts of use. He has written about the meanings of the cellular phone in military reserved duty service and about the meanings of student’s films (Soccer and society). Currently, he is focusing on the place of old media in the digital age.