Publications

Journal Articles and Book Chapters


Hayat, T., Lesser, O., & Samuel-Azran, T. (2017). Gendered discourse patterns on online social networks:a social network analysis perspective. Computers in Human Behavior, 77, 132-159.


Hayat, T., Brainin, E., & Neter, E. (2017). With some help from my network: SupplementingeHealth literacy with social tiesJournal of Medical Internet Research, 19(3), e98.

Hayat, T, & Samuel-Azran, T, (2017). You too, Second Screeners? Second Screeners' EchoChambers during the 2016 US Election PrimariesJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media.

Hayat, T., & Lyons, Kelly, (2017). A typology of collaborative research networksOnline Information Review, 41(2), 155-170..

Wellman, B., Dimitrova, D., Hayat, T., Mo, G. Y., & Wellman, B. (2017). Venture Labor| Fifteen Implications of Networked Scholar Research for Networked Work. The International Journal of Communication, 11, 2062-2066.

Amichai-Hamburger, Y., & Hayat, Z. (2017). Social Networking in Rössler P., Hoffner, C. A., and van Zoonen, L. The International Encyclopedia of Media Effects. Pp. 1-12, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Lesser, O., Hayat, Z. & Elovici, Y. (2016). The Role of Network Setting and Gender in Online Content Popularity. Information, Communication and Society, 1-18.

Hayat, T., Samuel-Azran, T., & Galily, Y. (2016). Al-Jazeera Sport’s US Twitter followers:Sport-politics nexus? Online Information Review40(6), 785-797.

Mo, G. Y., & Hayat, Z. (2015). How Far Can Scholarly Networks Go? Examining theRelationships between Distance, Disciplines, Motivations, and ClustersStudies in Media and Communications, 9, 107 - 133.

Hayat, Z., & Mo, G. Y. (2015). Advice giving andreceiving within research networksAmerican Behavioral Scientist, 59 (5), 582-598. 

Wellman, B., Dimitrova, D., Hayat, Z., & Mo, G. Y. (2014). Networking Scholars in a Networked Organization. In Daniel Brass (Ed.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations: Contemporary Perspectives on Organizational Social Network Analysis. Bingley, UK: Emerald. Pp. 479-497.

Dimitrova, D., Wellman, B., Gruzd, A., Hayat, Z., Mo, G. Y., Mok, D., Smale, L., Robbins, T., & Zhuo, X. (2013). 
NAVEL Gazing: Studying a Networked Scholarly Organization. In Evangelos K. (Ed.), Advances in Network Analysis 
and its Applications.
 Berlin: Springer. Pp. 287-313.

Amichai-Hamburger, Y., & Hayat, Z. (2013). Personality and the Internet, In Yair A. (Ed), 
The Social Net: Human Behavior in Cyberspace. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 1-20.

Hayat, Z. & Amichai-Hamburger, Y. (2012). Kids in the fast lane: achieving well-being through online support. In Angela C. & Barbara A. S. (Eds.) The impact of technology on relationships in educational settings. New York: Routledge. Pp. 102-116.

Wellman, B., Rainie, L., Hayat, Z. & Beermann, C. (2012). The Future of Networked Individualism. In Lee R. & 
Barry W. (Eds), Networked: The New Social Operating System. Massachusetts: MIT Press. Pp. 275-303. 

Amichai-Hamburger, Y. & Hayat, Z. (2011). The impact of the Internet on the social lives of users: A representative sample from 13 countriesComputers in Human Behavior, 27, 585-589. 

Rafaeli, S., Hayat, T. & Ariel, Y.  (2009). Knowledge building and motivations in Wikipedia: Participation as Ba. In: Ricardo F. G. (Ed), Cyberculture and New Media. Amsterdam: Rodopi Press. Pp. 51-69.

Rafaeli, S., Ariel, Y. and Hayat, T. (2008) Virtual Knowledge-Building Communities, in Putnik, G.D. & Cunha, M.M. 
Encyclopedia of Networked and Virtual Organizations, New York: Information Science Reference, Volume 3: 1792-1796. 

Amichai–Hamburger, Y., Lamdan, N., Madiel, R. & Hayat, T. (2008). Personality Characteristicsof Wikipedia MembersCyberpsychology & Behavior, 11(6): 679-681.

Peer-reviewed Conference Papers

Lew, A., Wellmann, B., McEwen, R., Hayat, Z., & Jacobsen, J. (2014). Networks in Information: An Interactive Engagement of Theoretical and Analytical Approaches. iConference 2014, Berlin, Germany.

Hayat, Z., & Lyons, K. (2013). Co-authorship networks and collaboration typologies: the case of CASCON. The 63rd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. London, England. 

Hayat, Z. Mo, G. Y., & Wellman, B (2013). Predicting advice giving by examining email usage: a longitudinal study of research organization. SunBelt XXXIII conference, Hamburg, Germany.

Hayat, Z. Mo, G. Y., & Wellman, B (2012). Linking Distributed Network Structure to Rationales for Participating: The Case of the GRAND Scholarly Network. The 62nd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. Phoenix, AZ, USA.

Hayat, Z. (2012). The structure and evolution of research networks: the case of GRAND. The Science of Team Science Conference, Chicago, IL, USA.

Hayat, Z. (2012). The evolutionary interplay between epistemic and social networks. SunBelt XXXII conference, Redondo Beach, CA, USA.

Hayat, Z., Dimitrova, D., Gruzd, A., Mo, G. Y., Wellman, B. (2011). Collaboration and Productivity in Network Organizations
(NAVEL). SunBelt XXXI conference, St. Pete, FL, USA. 

Lyons, K., Hayat, Z. (2011). SNA based insights for the development of collaborative research networks. SunBelt XXXI conference, St. Pete, FL, USA. 

Hayat, Z., Lyons, K. (2010). The Evolution of the CASCON Community: A Social Network Analysis. CASCON 20th Annual International Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada. 

Wellman, B., Dimitrova, D., Gruzd, A., Mok, D., Hayat, T. & Guangying, Mo, (2010). The role of ties in initiating
collaborative research. SunBelt XXX conference, Riva del Garda Fierecongressi, Trento, Italy.

Hayat, T. (2010). Israel in English vs. Israel in Hebrew: the Wikipedia Case Study. The 26th conference of the Association of Israel Studies, Toronto, ON, Canada

Hayat, T. (2009). Wikipedia: Active Participation Patterns and Wikipedians Motivations for Contributing. Internet Research 10.0, Milwaukee, WI, USA. 

Rafaeli, S., Hayat, T., & Ariel, Y. (2007). Knowledge network analysis in Wikipedia: Nodes as opinion leaders.
Internet Research 8.0, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Rafaeli, S., Hayat, T., & Ariel, Y. (2007). Virtual Knowledge-Building Community & Users Incentives:Wikipedia Case.
The 57th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Rafaeli, S., Hayat, T., & Ariel, Y. (2007). Virtual knowledge building communities and users' motivations: Wikipedia as a
ase study. The 11th Annual Conference of the Israeli Communication Association, Raanana, Israel. 

Rafaeli, S., Ariel, Y., & Hayat, T. (2007). Wikipedia as a knowledge virtual community: a multilingual comparison of
Wikipedians perceptions. The 38th Annual Conference of the Israeli Sociological Society, Haifa, Israel.

Rafaeli, S., Ariel, Y., & Hayat, T. (2006). Virtual knowledge community - The Hebrew Wikipedia. The 37th Annual Conference of the Israeli Sociological Society, Bney Brak, Israel.

Hayat, T., & Ariel, Y. (2006). Gratifications and Sense of Community among Wikipedia users. 'Communicating': student research conference, Haifa, Israel.

Rafaeli, S., Hayat, T., & Ariel, Y. (2005). Wikipedia Community: Users' Motivations and Knowledge Building.
Cyberculture 3rd Global Conference, Prague, Czech Republic 

Rafaeli, S., Hayat, T., & Ariel, Y. (2005). Wikipedians' sense of community, motivations, and knowledge building:
a cross-cultural study. Wikimania - The First International Wikimedia Conference, Frankfurt, Germany