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Israel

Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration

2001

Articles 1 - 5 of 5

Full-Text Articles in Near and Middle Eastern Studies

Psychological Profiles And The Intifada: Commentary On Sarhan And Al Khatib, Ibpp Editor Aug 2001

Psychological Profiles And The Intifada: Commentary On Sarhan And Al Khatib, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article critiques a psychological profile that was developed to help explain the ongoing Palestinian Intifada and that was written by two physicians working at a Jordanian psychiatric hospital.


Making Life And Taking Life: The Psychology Of Assassination In The Mideast, Ibpp Editor Aug 2001

Making Life And Taking Life: The Psychology Of Assassination In The Mideast, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article explores the variants of assassination through linguistic analysis of political conflict within and between Israel, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and a global context of nation-states and non-state political actors.


Trends. Meanings And Words: Communication Catalysis And Reactivity In The Mideast, Ibpp Editor Jul 2001

Trends. Meanings And Words: Communication Catalysis And Reactivity In The Mideast, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the nature of public discourse and fact construction in the context of the conflict between the state of Israel and the Palestinian National Authority.


Trends. The Psychology Of The Only Realistic Alternative: A Problem In The Mideast, Ibpp Editor Apr 2001

Trends. The Psychology Of The Only Realistic Alternative: A Problem In The Mideast, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the conflict between the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) and the State of Israel.


An Open Letter To Prime Minister Sharon, Ibpp Editor Apr 2001

An Open Letter To Prime Minister Sharon, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The following article (with very minor editing by IBPP) was written by Dai Williams, a psychologist who works in the United Kingdom. It was written on March 19, 2001 but still retains much of political psychological import given events in the Mideast. The author may be reached at eosuk@btinternet.com or through http://www.eoslifework.co.uk.