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Technologies Reinforce Offline Political Participation

December 10, 2014

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU research finds that new technologies do not change long-standing patterns of political involvement.

Unconditional Acceptance May Help Kids Cope

November 4, 2014

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Research suggests that children who receive unconditional support from peers cope with failure better.

BGU Linguist Protects Eighth Century Language

October 3, 2014

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Prof. Alexander Borg explains importance of dying Cyprus language.

BGU Professor Analyzes Obama ISIS Speech

September 28, 2014

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Social Sciences & Humanities

Prof. Yair Neuman develops personality detection software that can analyze speech.

BGU Scientists Discover Personality Analysis Tool

September 23, 2014

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

The researchers used the tool to analyze speeches from Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin.

New Committee Focus on National Food Insecurity

September 19, 2014

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU professor heads group that seeks to help the many households that don’t have enough food in Israel.

Retirees Increasingly Choose a Life of Travel

August 29, 2014

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Traveling the world has become a viable option for retirees who do want a quiet home life.

Egypt’s Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

August 11, 2014

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Prof. Yoram Meital explains Egypt’s role in trying to end the Gaza conflict and why its leadership is supportive of Israel.

BGU Responds to Students’ Needs in Wartime

July 29, 2014

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Beyond an eerie mid-summer silence, BGU experienced a harder time than Israel’s other universities.




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