I am currently a Ph.D student in the Department of Political Science, University of Haifa, supervised by Professor Daphna Canetti and Professor Yael Yishai.
My Ph.D. deals with the effects of exposure to political violence on intergroup relations – more specifically, on attitudes toward asylum seekers. More generally, I'm also interested in the different aspects, shapes and forms of civil society.
Attitudes towards asylum seekers - Comparative research: Israel – Australia
I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Division of International Relations at the School of Political Sciences at the University of Haifa, supervised by Prof. Benny Miller.
My research topics include atatus-seeking as a motivation in foreign policy, German post-Cold War foreign policy, EU-Israel relations, minorities and the demand for self-determination, and Israeli military learning in Lebanon.
I’m a Ph.Dc candidate at the division of International Relations at Haifa University’s School of Political Sciences, supervised by Prof. Benjamin Miller.
My research topics include ethnic nationalism, ethnic minority groups, separatism, self-determination movement, and weak states.
I am currently finishing my MA in political science within the “Accelerated Program” for excellent students at the University of Haifa (2014), supervised by Professor Daphna Canetti and Dr. Aviad Rubin.
In my thesis, I am focusing on the conepts ofConflict Perception and Identity Perception, as well as on their measurement. I’m using the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict as a case study
Conflict Perception: The Concept and Its Measurement.
Identity Perception: The Concept and Its Measurement.
The nature of the regimes in the Arab world and its connection with the protests.
Intro to Statistics.
Government and Politics.
I am currently an M.A student in the Department of Political Science, Tel Aviv University, supervised by Professor Daphna Canetti and Professor Amal Jamal. My M.A. thesis focuses on the effect of national and personal threat and psychological distress on political participation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. My additional focus of interest concerns the effect of threat perceptions in the context of intractable conflicts.
Intractable Conflicts, Ideology and Political Participation, psychological distress, threat perception and conflicts resolution.
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I am currently a Ph.D student in the Department of Political Science at Haifa University, supervised by Professor Daphna Canetti and Professor Eran Halperin (IDC).
My Ph.D. research focuses on the effect of virtual intergroup contact on political attitudes under conditions of ongoing conflict. My additional focus of interest concerns the effect of the virtual world on socio-political attitudes.
Virtual imagined contact, changing Beliefs about group malleability, ideologies and support for political compromise.