Publications & Presentations

Journal Articles:

Gesualdo, N., Weber, M. S., & Yanovitzky, I. (2020). Journalists as knowledge brokersJournalism Studies, 21(1), 127-143.

Yanovitzky, I., & Weber, M. (2019). Analyzing use of evidence in public policymaking processes: a theory-grounded content analysis methodologyEvidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 16(1), 65-82.

Yanovitzky, I., & Weber, M. S. (2019). News Media as Knowledge Brokers in Public Policymaking Processes. Communication Theory29(2), 191-212.

 

Other Publications:

Yanovitzky, I. (May, 2018). Why Should We Study the Use of Research Evidence as a Behavior?

Yanovitzky, I., & Weber, M. S. (February, 2020). Conceptual Use of Research Evidence May Be More Common Than You Think.

Yanovitzky, I., & Blitz, C. (2020). Improving use of research evidence: insights from communication science.NNERPP Extra, 2(2), 10-13.

 

2020 Presentations:

Weber, M. S., & Yanovitzky, I. (2020, July). Networks of evidence use in the context of federal childhood obesity policymaking. Paper presented at the 2020 Sunbelt Virtual Conference.

William T. Grant Foundation Webinar (July, 2020). Proposing Studies to Examine Robust Strategies for Improving the Use of Research Evidence.

2019 Presentations:

Weber, M. S., & Yanovitzky, I. (2019, December). Mapping knowledge brokers in media ecosystems to assess the use of research evidence. Paper presented at Dissemination & Implementation 2019. Washington D.C.

Yanovitzky, I., & Weber, M. S. (2019, December). Building the capacity of patient advocacy organizations to broker research evidence in health policymaking. Paper presented at the 12th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation, Washington, D.C.

Gesualdo, N. Weber, M. S., & Yanovitzky, I. (2019, May). Journalists as Knowledge Brokers. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association. Washington D.C.