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Full-Text Articles in Near and Middle Eastern Studies

Islam And Power In The Twentieth Century, Heather J. Sharkey Dec 2001

Islam And Power In The Twentieth Century, Heather J. Sharkey

Departmental Papers (NELC)

No abstract provided.


21st-Century Crusades And Demonizing Islam: Commentary On Inderfuth, Editor Sep 2001

21st-Century Crusades And Demonizing Islam: Commentary On Inderfuth, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article comments on public discourse transmitted through Western-financed mass media that attempts to demonize variants of Islam--e.g., that of the Taliban.


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

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

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

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


Political Psychology In Yugoslavia: An Overview, Natasa Bajic, Editor Apr 2001

Political Psychology In Yugoslavia: An Overview, Natasa Bajic, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article (with minimal editing by IBPP) has been written by a new IBPP Regional Editor, Natasa Bajic, a psychologist who resides in Serbia. In the article, she provides an overview of political psychology within Yugoslavia.


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

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

An Open Letter To Prime Minister Sharon, Dai Williams, 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.


Trends. The Ghost In The Machine: Is Bill Clinton Running Us Policy On China, Editor Apr 2001

Trends. The Ghost In The Machine: Is Bill Clinton Running Us Policy On China, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses aviation safety and the continuity of use/misuse of words by U.S. administrations, regardless of political affiliation.


Ibpp Research Associates: Macedonia, Anonymous, Editor Mar 2001

Ibpp Research Associates: Macedonia, Anonymous, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses what the anonymous author considers militant Albanian extremism.


The Other Information Warfare: A Mind Full Of Macedonia, Editor Mar 2001

The Other Information Warfare: A Mind Full Of Macedonia, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article highlights ongoing aspects of psychological warfare in Macedonia between government and rebel forces.


Trends. Spinning Buddhas, Editor Mar 2001

Trends. Spinning Buddhas, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the March 2001 destruction of the Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan by the Taliban.


Sanctions That Work: The Bush Perspective On Iraq, Editor Mar 2001

Sanctions That Work: The Bush Perspective On Iraq, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some implications of United States (US) President Bush's comments on "sanctions that work" in the context of US foreign policy towards Iraq.


Trends. Peace, Peace Of Mind, And Mideast Mindlessness, Editor Feb 2001

Trends. Peace, Peace Of Mind, And Mideast Mindlessness, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the work done by Dennis Ross, the Clinton administration's negotiator in the Arab-Israeli conflict. As the presidential administrations change from Clinton to Bush, Mr. Ross has provided a report covering his work with the Israelis and the Palestinians. There are many sides to the conflict and Mr. Ross presents a very narrow perspective.


Ancient Near Eastern Parallels To The Bible And The Question Of Revelation And Inspiration, Angel Manuel Rodriguez Jan 2001

Ancient Near Eastern Parallels To The Bible And The Question Of Revelation And Inspiration, Angel Manuel Rodriguez

Journal of the Adventist Theological Society

No abstract provided.


The Rosetta Stone In Historical Perspective, Keith Schoville Jan 2001

The Rosetta Stone In Historical Perspective, Keith Schoville

Journal of the Adventist Theological Society

No abstract provided.


Who Are The Habiru Of The Amarna Letters?, S. Douglas Waterhouse Jan 2001

Who Are The Habiru Of The Amarna Letters?, S. Douglas Waterhouse

Journal of the Adventist Theological Society

No abstract provided.


Who Succeeded Xerxes On The Throne Of Persia?, William H. Shea Jan 2001

Who Succeeded Xerxes On The Throne Of Persia?, William H. Shea

Journal of the Adventist Theological Society

No abstract provided.


Israel Ben Eliezer, The Baal Shem Tov, Dan Ben-Amos Jan 2001

Israel Ben Eliezer, The Baal Shem Tov, Dan Ben-Amos

Departmental Papers (NELC)

Tales of rainmaking, healing, and the magical supply of provisions are part of the biblical narrative tradition. Elijah the Prophet, and later his disciple Elisha, end drought (1 Kings 18; 2 Kings 3:14-21), offer hope and cure to barren women, revive their children when they die (1 Kings 17:17-24; 2 Kings 4:8-37), and magically provide for the needy (1 Kings 17:8-16; 2 Kings 4:1-7). Elisha, whose reputation as a healer spread beyond the boundaries of Israel, cures a leper and transfers his disease to another, morally inferior, person (2 Kings 5). Trafficking with demons and ...


Euro-Med: European Ambitions In The Mediterranean, Sheila Carapico Jan 2001

Euro-Med: European Ambitions In The Mediterranean, Sheila Carapico

Political Science Faculty Publications

The European Union is carving out a sphere of potentially vast influence in the Euro-Mediterranean basin, while also cultivating special relationship further south in the Arabian Peninsula. European ambitions do not directly challenge US security policy in the Middle East. Rather, they parallel US interests in the Caribbean Basin and Latin America: for a large regional free trade zone open to imports and foreign investment.


Untidy Gender: Domestic Service In Turkey, Gul Ozyegin Dec 2000

Untidy Gender: Domestic Service In Turkey, Gul Ozyegin

Gul Ozyegin

Untidy Gender takes readers into the interconnected worlds of Turkish maids and the women who employ them, tracing the incorporation of rural migrant women into the interiors of the domestic spheres of the urban middle-classes. Firmly grounded in data collected through a representative survey of 160 domestic workers, in-depth interviews, and participant observation in the kinship-based communities of domestic workers, this book forges a new understanding of the complex interaction between gender and class subordination. 

Ozyegin traces the lives of two kinds of workers; those from the squatter settlements who work in a number of locations, and those who live ...