Judicial Images
Production, Management and Consumption

Dr. Anat Peleg

Director of the Center for Media and Law in Bar-Ilan University, the former senior legal-reporter of the National Israeli Radio , Bar-Ilan University, College of Management

Peleg, A. and Bogoch, B. (2010). “The black robe and the yellow press: Perceptions of the media by Israeli judges,” Media Frames: Israeli Journal of Communication, 5, 13-56 (Hebrew).
Peleg, A. and Bogoch, R. (2011). “The lawyer as a spokesperson”. HaMishpat Law Review, 15(1), 111-158 (Hebrew).
Peleg, A. (2011). “The press as the court of justice: The coverage of popular trials in the Israeli press,” Kesher: Journal of Media and Communications History in Israel and the Jewish World. 42, 35-46 (Hebrew).
Peleg, A. (2012). Open Court. Tel-Aviv: Matar Publishing House, Ltd. (Hebrew)
Peleg,A&Bogoch,R. (2012) .“Removing Justita’s Blindfold: The Mediatization of Law in Israel”, Media Culture and Society,34,8,961-978.
Peleg,A &Bogoch, R. “Mediatization, Legal Logic and the Coverage of Israeli Politicians on Trial”,Journalism Studies/Journalism Practice,8,3,311-325.
Bogoch, R&Peleg,A. (2014). “Law in the age of Media-Logic”- Mediatization of Communication” handbooks of communication sciences, 21: Editor: Knut Lundby Publishers: De Gruyter Mouton .
Peleg,A &Bogoch, R .“Silence is no more golden- Media, public relations and the judiciary in Israel” Oñati Socio-Legal Series(in print ).
Peleg,A & Bogoch, R .“The weakness of power: Perceptions of professional autonomy among Israeli legal journalists” –Passages. Editors: Nelli Elias and Zvi Reich Publisher: Tel-Aviv: Tzivonim (Hebrew ,in print).

Top twenty key resources:

Bogoch, Bryna and Yifat Holzman-Gazit. 2008. “Mutual Bonds: Media Frames and the Israeli High Court of Justice.” Law and Social Inquiry 33 (1): 53–87.
Bybee, Keith. 2007. Bench Press: The Collision of Courts, Politics, and the Media. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.
Cowdery, Nicholas. 2006. “Tabloid Justice?” Paper presented at the 10th International Criminal Law Congress, Perth, Australia, October 22. http://www.odpp.nsw.gov.au/speeches/International%20Crim%20Congress%20-%20Perth%20-%20Oct%202006.PDF.
Davis, Richard. 1994. Decisions and Images. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Davis, Richard 2011 Justices and Journalists. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Darr Asaf and Limor Zer-Gutman2007 Lawyers, public relations and the media: A changing barter economy within a community of practice. International Journalof the Legal Profession 14(3): 1-21

Esser, Frank. 2013. “ Mediatization as a Challenge: Media Logic versus Political Logic.” In Democracy in the Age of Globalization and Mediatization,
Hanspeter Kriesi, Daniel Bochsler, Jörg Matthes, Sandra Lavenex, Marc Bühlmann, Frank Esser, 155-176. Palgrave: Macmillan.
Gibson, James L. and Gregory A. Caldeira. 2011.“Has Legal Realism Damaged the Legitimacy of the U.S. Supreme Court?” Law and Society Review 45 (1): 195-219.
Gies, Lieve 2005 The empire strikes back: Press judges and communication advisers in Dutch courts. Journal of Law and Society 32(3): 450-472.
Gies, Lieve. 2008. Law and the Media. The Future of an Uneasy Relationship. Oxson:Routledge-Cavndish. 2012. Greer, Chris ,and Eugene McLaughlin.2012. “Media justice: Madeleine McCann, Intermediatization and ‘Trial By Media’ in the British press”. Theoretical Criminology,16(4): 395-416.
Haltom, William. 1998. Reporting on the Courts. Chicago: Nelson-Hall Publishers.
Hariman, Robert.1990. Popular Trials: Rhetoric, Mass Media, and the Law. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press.
Hirschl. Ran. 2004. Towards Juristocracy: The Origins and Consequences of the New Constitutionalism. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Jewkes, Yvonne. 2004. Media and Crime. London: Sage.
Karpin, Isabel 2002 She’s watching the judges: Media feedback loops and what
judges notice. In: Margaret Thornton (ed.) Romancing the Tomes, 47-65. London:
Moran, Les.(in press) Mass-mediated ‘open justice’: Court and judicial reports in the press in England and Wales. Legal Studies
Petersen, Shanon. 2000. “Yellow Justice: Media Portrayal of Criminal Trials in the Progressive Era.” Stanford Journal of Legal Studies 1: 72-107.
Resta, Giorgio. 2008.“Trying Cases in the Media: A Comparative Overview”, Law and Contemporary Problems 71: 31-36.
Watson John.2002.“Litigation Public Relations: The Lawyers’ Duty to Balance News Coverage of their Clients”, Communication Law and Policy, 77: 77-103.

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