Compromise With the Palestinians: The Impact of Psychological Factors

Citation:

Maoz I. Compromise With the Palestinians: The Impact of Psychological Factors. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Studies; 2005.

Abstract:

This research is based on a model which aims to identify and map the psychological variants affecting, alongside demographic and other variants, political and strategic decisions in conflicts.

It identifies the factors underlying the support for specific compromise resolutions in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, thus complementing other studies which identify psychological, demographic and other factors underlying the militant policy in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Arab-Jewish willingness to engage.  Identifying public preferences is likely to improve planning and intervention that will address, emotional and perception barriers to political processes (such as disengagement) in the conflict.

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