Children, Media and Conflict Zones Lab


  • Warshel, Y. When Conflict Is Real: Reimagining the Study of Children, Youth and Media in International and Global Conflict Zones (under contract with Stanford University Press).
  • Warshel, Y. (2021). How might media aid and empower young people to manage armed political conflict? Parenting for a Digital Future, London School of Economics.
  • Warshel, Y, (2021). Experiencing the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Children, Peace Communication and Socialization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Warshel, Y. (2019). Problematizing the variable of conflict to address children, media, and conflict. Journal of Global Ethics (Global Justice for Children). 15(3), 361-381
  • Warshel, Y. (2018). Conducting ethical research with children inside and/or displaced by conflict zones. NEOS. (Child and Youth Displacement), 10(2), 8-10.
  • Warshel, Y. (2018). Peace Communication. Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue, 91.
  • Warshel, Y. (2014). Mamfakinch: Moroccan citizen journalism collective. In Harvey, K. (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. 2 (pp. 787-789). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Warshel, Y. (2014). Social Media and Middle Eastern, North African and Gulf Politics. In Harvey, K. (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. 2 (pp. 821-827). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.
  • Warshel, Y. (2012). It’s All about Tom and Jerry, Amr Khaled and Iqra, Not Hamas’s Mickey Mouse: Palestinian Children’s Cultural Practices around the Television Set. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 5(2), 211–245.
  • Ellis, D. & Warshel, Y. (2010). The contributions of communication and media studies to peace education. In E. Cairns & G. Salamon. (Eds.) Handbook on Peace Education (pp. 135-153). Psychology Press.
  • Warshel, Y. (2009). Broadening the Discourse about Martyrdom Television Programming. Arab Media and Society 8(Spring), 10 pp.
  • Warshel, Y. (2007). “As though there is peace:” Opinions of Jewish-Israeli children about watching Rechov Sumsum/Shara’a Simsim amidst armed political conflict. In Lemish, D. & Gotz, M. (Eds.) Children and Media at Times of Conflict and War (pp. 309-332). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
  • Warshel, Y. (2004). Surrogate languages: Alternative communication. In P. Peek and K. Yankah (Eds.) African Folklore: An Encyclopedia (pp. 450-451). New York, NY: Routledge.