פרופ' נורית גוטמן

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פרופ' נורית גוטמן
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About

Nurit Guttman is on the faculty of the Department of Communication at Tel Aviv University, Israel, currently the Chair of the Department. She created and heads the Participatory Social Marketing Program at the Department of Communication, at Tel Aviv University. Previously she was head of the Chaim Herzog Institute for Media, Politics & Society at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Tel Aviv University and she was on the faculty of the Department of Family Medicine at the UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. She received her BA from The Hebrew University, MA from the University of Pennsylvania and doctorate from Rutgers University.

Research interests: Using media to promote social, health, safety and environmental issues, communication for health promotion, participatory deliberative processes and public participation in policy, participatory social marketing and edutainment, with a particular interest in ethical issues.

SHORT BIOGRAPHY

Nurit Guttman is on the faculty of the Department of Communication at Tel Aviv University, Israel, currently the Chair of the Department. She created and heads the Participatory Social Marketing Program at the Department of Communication, at Tel Aviv University. Previously she was head of the Chaim Herzog Institute for Media, Politics & Society at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Tel Aviv University and she was on the faculty of the Department of Family Medicine at the UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. She received her BA from The Hebrew University, MA from the University of Pennsylvania and doctorate from Rutgers University.

Research interests: Using media to promote social, health, safety and environmental issues, communication for health promotion, participatory deliberative processes and public participation in policy, participatory social marketing and edutainment, with a particular interest in ethical issues.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Books

Guttman, N. Communication, Public Discourse and Road Safety Campaigns: Persuading People to Be Safer. Routledge, 2014.

Guttman, N. Public Health Communication Interventions: Values and Ethical Dilemmas. Sage, 2000.

 

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Guttman, N., Gesser-Edelsburg, A., & Aycheh, S. Communicating health rights to disadvantaged populations: Dilemmas and challenges in developing a culture-centered model for Ethiopian immigrants in Israel. Health Communication, 28 (6), 546-556, 2013. 

Guttman, N. “My son is reliable”: Young drivers’ parents’ optimism and views on the norms of parental involvement in youth driving. Journal of Adolescent Research, 28(2), 241-268. 2013.

Guttman, N., Ashkenazi, T., Gesser-Edelsburg, A., and Seidmann, V. People’s ethical concerns regarding an organ transplantation prioritization policy as an incentive to encourage people to sign the organ donor card:  The Israeli organ transplantation “Point Plan”. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 36(4), 691-716, 2011.

Guttman, N. and Reir, D.A.  Ethical communication issues in health promotion activities amongst Ultra-Orthodox [Haredi] Jews in Israel. In D.L.Rubin & A.N. Miller (Eds.), Health Communication and Faith-Based Communities.  Hampton Press.

Guttman N., and Lotan, T. Spying or steering? Views of parents of young novice drivers on the use and ethics of driver-monitoring technologies. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43(1), 412-420, 2011.

Guttman, N. and Thompson, T. Ethics in health communication. In G. Cheney, S. May, and D. Munshi. (Eds.), Handbook of Communication Ethics (pp. 293-308).  Routledge - Taylor and Francis Group Publishers. 

Guttman, N. Using communication research to advance the goals of the National Health Insurance Law in Israel. Health Communication, 25 (06-07), pp. 613 - 614. 2010, (100th issue of the journal). 

Guttman, N.  Public deliberation on policy issues:  Normative stipulations and practical resolutions.Communication Yearbook 34,169-211. 2010.

Guttman, N., Shalev, C., Kaplan, G., Abulafia, A., Bin-Nun, G., Goffer, R., Ben-Moshe, R., Tal, O., Shani, M., Lev, B.,  What should be given a priority - costly medications for relatively few people or inexpensive ones for many?  The Health Parliament public consultation initiative in Israel. Health Expectations, 11, 177-188; 2008. 

Guttman, N. Gesser-Edelsburg, A., and Israelashvili, M.  The paradox of realism and “authenticity” in entertainment-education: A study of adolescents’ views about anti-drug abuse dramas. Health Communication, 23, 128-141; 2008.

Guttman, N.  Bringing the mountain to the public: Dilemmas and contradictions in the procedures of public deliberation initiatives that aim to get “Ordinary Citizens” to deliberate policy issues. Communication Theory, 17, 411-438; 2007. 

Guttman, N. and Salmon, C.T. Guilt, fear, stigma and knowledge gaps: Ethical issues in public health communication interventions. Bioethics, 18 (6), 531-552; 2004.

Guttman, N. and Peleg, H.  Public preferences for an attribution to government or medical research versus unattributed messages in cigarette warning labels in Israel. Health Communication, 15(1), 1-25; 2003.

Guttman, N., Zimmerman, D., Schaub-Nelson, M. The Many Faces of Access:  Reasons for Medically Nonurgent Emergency Department Visits. Journal of Health Policy, Politics and Law, 28(6), 1089-1120; 2003.

Guttman, N. and Ressler, W. H.  On being responsible: Appeals to personal responsibility in health communication campaigns. Journal of Health Communication, 6, 117-136; 2001.

Guttman, N., Schaub-Nelson. M., & Zimmerman, D. R. When the visit to the emergency department is medically nonurgent:  Provider ideology and patient advice.  Qualitative Health Research, 11(2), 161-178; 2001. 

Guttman, N. and Zimmerman, D.  Low income mothers’ views of breastfeeding.  Social Science and Medicine, 50 (10), 1457-1473; 2000.

Guttman N. Beyond strategic research: A value-centered approach to health communication interventions. Communication Theory, 7: 95-124; 1997. 

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