Vol. 2 No. 1; January 2015

Vol. 2 No. 1; January 2015 (5)

Traumatic experiences among mothers of Palestinian prisoners

Authors: Musa Najib & Bassam Yousef Ibrahim Banat & Fadia Radida & Dina Labom & Raed Rabee

Nonviolent international support of social empowerment processes

Author: Diego Checa Hidalgo

Palestinian refugees: stateless, exiled and excluded

Author: Sobhi Albadawi

The construction of the social risk in the processes of agricultural modernization. A socio-political analysis of the technological risk in the central region of Santa Fe (Argentina)

Author: Natalia Ramirez

Implications of organizational variables on waste management of the stone and marble sector in the city of Hebron

Author: Ghadah M. S. Neiroukh

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