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2001

Palestinian National Authority

Near and Middle Eastern Studies

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Full-Text Articles in Political Science

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.


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.