Sheizaf Rafaeli

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Sheizaf Rafaeli (), is an Israeli researcher, scholar of Computer-mediated communication, computer scientist, and newspaper columnist. He is Professor and Dean at the School of Management (Graduate School of Business Administration) , Israel and additionally Director of (Formerly known as the Center for the Study of the Information Society) and the . In the 1980s and 1990s he served as head of the Information Systems area at the Graduate School of Business in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


Born in Kibbutz Maagan Michael, Israel, June 7, 1955. Served as officer in the Israeli military in combat units, discharged in 1977. He received his B.A. from the University of Haifa, M.A. from Ohio State University, M.A., and Ph.D., Stanford University. Was educational director of the cadet school of the Reali High School in Haifa. Rafaeli has written software and books on graphics, electronic spreadsheets and statistical analysis, and a textbook on information systems for the Open University. He is co-editor, (with Fay Sudweeks and Margaret McLaughlin), of Network and NetPlay: Virtual Groups on the Internet published by MIT Press, 1998. He served as co-coordinator of the international ProjectH. He served as founder and co-editor of The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, and initiated the online service. He is a member of several journal editorial boards, including those of JCMC, ITSharenet and IJKL. Rafaeli is a director of Israel, and of .

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