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Using Memory Activism for Political Change

October 16, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Dr. Yifat Gutman shares with TLV1 new ways activists are seeking to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Medical Professionals Improperly Share Patient Info

September 26, 2017

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

While helping patients, staff often shares passwords to electronic records, raising privacy concerns.

Myth Debunked That OCD Is Associated With High IQ

September 19, 2017

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

People with obsessive-compulsive disorder are not smarter than the norm, according to new study.

A Glimpse Into the Ben-Gurion Archives

August 31, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Read a moving letter from the former prime minister to the widow of an American hero killed in Israel.

BGU Expert Comments on U.S. Aid Cuts to Egypt

August 30, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Cuts won’t influence human rights practices because Cairo sees itself at war with Islamic groups.

Turkey’s President: Friend or Foe

August 22, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

As the West ponders future relations with Turkey, BGU’s Prof. Dror Zeevi sees an open door for the EU.

What Mubarak’s Acquittal Means for Egypt

August 1, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU's Prof. Yoram Meital examines Egypt's dramatic changes and what they mean for the country's future.

When Revoking American Citizenship Is Acceptable

July 31, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

In his new book a BGU sociologist discusses the history of forced expatriation in the United States.

To Make Soccer More Fair, Make It More Like Tennis

July 31, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

New BGU research shows that the ABAB order of soccer penalty shootouts gives one team an unfair advantage.




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