Vol. 2 No. 3; September 2015

Vol. 2 No. 3; September 2015 (5)

Psychological resilience among Palestinian school students: an exploratory study in the West Bank

Authors: Shadi Khalil A. Abualkibash & Maria-Jose Lera

Public diplomacy and the question of Palestine

Author: Samir Awad  

Prenatal ‏psychosocial disorders

Author: Omar Taleb Rimawi

The role of the Palestinian stock exchange in developing the domestic investments from the perspective of the local investors

Author: Ayman Sarahneh

The reality, obstacles and prospects of woman development in decision making positions in the Palestinian Judiciary system

Author: Fatma Ayyad

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