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  • Coombe W.; Melki J. (, 2012)
    In the past two decades, Dubai has built a globally resonant place brand image out of an unknown location in the context of often negative regional associations. This case study addressed global news outlets role in mediating ...
  • Hanafi, Sari (SAGE Publications, 2020-01-01)
    As newly elected President of the International Sociological Association, I unfold my vision for new directions for global sociology. After defining what a global sociology is, I will point out two particular directions ...
  • Hanafi, Sari (SAGE Publications, 2020-01)
    As newly elected President of the International Sociological Association, I unfold my vision for new directions for global sociology. After defining what a global sociology is, I will point out two particular directions ...
  • Hanafi S.; Long T. (OXFORDGREAT CLARENDON ST, OXFORD OX2 6DP, ENGLAND, 2010)
    Based upon data collected from four focus groups, this paper examines life in the Nahr al-Bared, Beddawi, and 'Ayn al-Hilweh refugee camps in Lebanon from a governance perspective. The authors contend that a lack of ...
  • Hanafi, Sari; Long, Taylor (Oxford University Press, 2010-05-07)
    Based upon data collected from four focus groups, this paper examines life in the Nahr al-Bared, Beddawi, and ‘Ayn al-Hilweh refugee camps in Lebanon from a governance perspective. The authors contend that a lack of ...
  • Hanafi, Sari (Centre for Arab Unity Studies, )
  • Khalaf, Samir (Saqi Books, )
  • Smith P.B.; Huang H.J.; Harb C.; Torres C. (THOUSAND OAKS2455 TELLER RD, THOUSAND OAKS, CA 91320 USA, 2012)
    The purpose of the study was to investigate the cultural specificity of guanxi, wasta, and jeitinho, each of which has been identified as an indigenous process of informal influence. Students in Brazil, China, Lebanon, and ...
  • Long T.; Hanafi S. (, 2010)
    Based upon over 20 hours of focus groups and in-depth interviews with diverse representation from three Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon, the authors analyse Palestinian perceptions of both Lebanese and Palestinian ...
  • Long, Taylor; Hanafi, Sari (Taylor & Francis Group, 2010-10-27)
    Based upon over 20 hours of focus groups and in-depth interviews with diverse representation from three Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon, the authors analyse Palestinian perceptions of both Lebanese and Palestinian ...
  • Kiwan, Dina (Routledge, )
    This book considers the philosophical, sociological, and legal implications of the distinction between universal human rights accorded to all because of their membership of the human species, and the more particularistic ...
  • Kazarian S.S. (BERLINGENTHINER STRASSE 13, 10785 BERLIN, GERMANY, 2011)
    The Lebanese people are lovers of the social and the humorous, and the soul of their humor is manifest in their social gatherings, tales, civil and religious celebrations, songs, jokes, literature, theatre, cartoons, and ...
  • Kazarian S.S.; Martin R.A. (CHICHESTERTHE ATRIUM, SOUTHERN GATE, CHICHESTER PO19 8SQ, W SUSSEX, ENGLAND, 2004)
    This research examined the structure and correlates of the Humor Styles Questionnaire (HSQ) in Lebanese university students. Four humour factors were found, as in the original Canadian samples: Affiliative, Self-Enhancing, ...
  • Hanafi, Sari (SAGE Publications, 1997-12)
    In this article I examine the potential ability of engineers to assert themselves as modernizers, i.e. to define themselves from the viewpoint of their profession, relative to their country's economic development. In this ...
  • Dietrich A. (SAN DIEGO525 B ST, STE 1900, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101-4495 USA, 2008)
    Sports and exercise psychology finds itself in a most unfortunate situation these days. While all other branches of the psychological sciences help themselves freely to the glitzy new toys of modern neuroscience-MRI and ...
  • Hassan I.S.; Hanafi S. (BERKELEYC-O JOURNALS and DIGITAL PUBLISHING DIVISION, 2000 CENTER ST, STE 303, BERKELEY, CA 94704-1223 USA, 2010)
    This article examines the intersection of the Lebanese state's post-conflict security policy in Nahr al-Barid refugee camp and the reconstruction of the camp, which was destroyed in a battle between the Lebanese army and ...
  • Fischer R.; Ferreira M.C.; Assmar E.; Redford P.; Harb C.; Glazer S.; Cheng B.-S.; Jiang D.-Y.; Wong C.C.; Kumar N.; Krtner J.; Hofer J.; Achoui M. (THOUSAND OAKS2455 TELLER RD, THOUSAND OAKS, CA 91320 USA, 2009)
    The development and validation of a new instrument for measuring the descriptive norms related to individualism-collectivism (IC) is presented. IC is conceptualized as a group- specific unidimensional cultural construct ...
  • Hanafi, Sari; Arvanitis, Rigas (Routledge, )
    Over recent decades we have witnessed the globalization of research. However, this has yet to translate into a worldwide scientific network, across which competencies and resources can flow freely. Arab countries have ...
  • Kanafani S. (PHILADELPHIA325 CHESTNUT ST, SUITE 800, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106 USA, 2008)
    This article analyzes the way retired Palestinian fighters in Lebanon narrate their years of combat with the Palestinian Resistance Movement. I argue that these narratives exhibit a shunning of feminine spatial and symbolic ...
  • Khalaf, Samir (Saqi Books, )
    Lebanon today is at a fateful crossroads in its eventful socio-cultural and political history. Imperiled by unsettling transformations, from post-war reconstruction and rehabilitation to the forces of post-modernity and ...

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