Ifat Maoz
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Does contact work in protracted asymmetrical conflict? Appraising 20 years of reconciliation-aimed encounters between Israeli Jews and Palestinians
I Maoz
Journal of Peace Research 48 (1), 115-125, 2011
Threat, dehumanization, and support for retaliatory aggressive policies in asymmetric conflict
I Maoz, C McCauley
Journal of Conflict Resolution 52 (1), 93-116, 2008
An experiment in peace: Reconciliation-aimed workshops of Jewish-Israeli and Palestinian youth
I Maoz
Journal of peace Research 37 (6), 721-736, 2000
Power relations in intergroup encounters: A case study of Jewish–Arab encounters in Israel
I Maoz
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 24 (2), 259-277, 2000
Coexistence is in the eye of the beholder: Evaluating intergroup encounter interventions between Jews and Arabs in Israel
I Maoz
Journal of Social Issues 60 (2), 437-452, 2004
Reactive devaluation of an “Israeli” vs.“Palestinian” peace proposal
I Maoz, A Ward, M Katz, L Ross
Journal of Conflict Resolution 46 (4), 515-546, 2002
Multiple conflicts and competing agendas: A framework for conceptualizing structured encounters between groups in conflict-the case of a coexistence project of Jews and …
I Maoz
Peace and Conflict: Journal of peace psychology 6 (2), 135-156, 2000
Psychological correlates of support for compromise: A polling study of Jewish‐Israeli attitudes toward solutions to the Israeli‐Palestinian conflict
I Maoz, C McCauley
Political Psychology 26 (5), 791-808, 2005
Troubles with identity: Obstacles to coexistence education in conflict ridden societies
Z Bekerman, I Maoz
Identity 5 (4), 341-357, 2005
The dialogue between the ‘self’and the ‘other’: A process analysis of Palestinian-Jewish encounters in Israel
I Maoz, S Steinberg, D Bar-On, M Fakhereldeen
Human relations 55 (8), 931-962, 2002
Peace building in violent conflict: Israeli-Palestinian post-Oslo people-to-people activities
I Maoz
International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 17, 563-574, 2004
The normalization of hatred: Identity, affective polarization, and dehumanization on Facebook in the context of intractable political conflict
TO Harel, JK Jameson, I Maoz
Social Media+ Society 6 (2), 2056305120913983, 2020
Threat perceptions and feelings as predictors of Jewish-Israeli support for compromise with Palestinians
I Maoz, C McCauley
Journal of peace research 46 (4), 525-539, 2009
Psychological bases of extreme policy preferences: How the personal beliefs of Israeli-Jews predict their support for population transfer in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
I Maoz, RJ Eidelson
American Behavioral Scientist 50 (11), 1476-1497, 2007
Online argument between Israeli Jews and Palestinians
DG Ellis, I Maoz
Human Communication Research 33 (3), 291-309, 2007
Cross-cultural argument interactions between Israeli-Jews and Palestinians
DG Ellis, I Maoz
Journal of Applied Communication Research 30 (3), 181-194, 2002
A communication and cultural codes approach to ethnonational conflict
DG Ellis, I Maoz
International Journal of Conflict Management 14 (3/4), 255-272, 2003
The women and peace hypothesis? The effect of opponent negotiators' gender on the evaluation of compromise solutions in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
I Maoz
International Negotiation 14 (3), 519-536, 2009
Intergroup communication as a predictor of Jewish-Israeli agreement with integrative solutions to the Israeli–Palestinian conflict: The mediating effects of out-group trust and …
I Maoz, DG Ellis
Journal of Communication 58 (3), 490-507, 2008
Dangerous stories: Encountering narratives of the other in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.
Y Ron, I Maoz
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 19 (3), 281, 2013
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