Vol. 3 No. 2; June 2016

Vol. 3 No. 2; June 2016 (5)

Media's negative role in the construction of stereotypes toward Muslims

Author: Mairim Febles Pérez

The impact of the apartheid wall on Palestinian productivity: a case study of Jerusalemite employees at Al-Quds University

Authors: Abdalraouf Alsenawi & Musa Dweik

Citizen journalism between interactivity and professionalism

Author: Salima Bouchefra

The impact of self-management in developing social responsibility of employees at Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations in Hebron district

Author: Aida Warasneh

Metacognition and its relationship to mental rigidity among Al-Quds University students

Author: Faris Kawanin

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