Visiting lectures by Maya Hadar from the University of Konstanz, Germany
From 7 to 11 November 2016, the Chair of Policy Analysis and Public Administration and the Chair of Defence Studies of the Faculty of Social Sciences hosted Dr. Maya Hadar from the University of Konstanz, Germany. Dr. Hadar delivered the lectures within the undergraduate courses Introduction to Public Administration and Local Self-government, and a master course Information Technology and National Security.
Ms. Hadar is an Israeli PhD candidate at the Department of Politics and Public Administration (Graduate School for Decision Sciences) at the University of Konstanz, Germany. As Ms. Hadar holds 3 different masters (LL.M and two M.A.’s), her research interests are very varied and include Identity and Social Identity Theories, Conflict Management Policies and Mechanisms, German Israeli Relations, Israeli Politics, Arab Israeli Peace Process and Internet based Research Methodologies.
Ms. Hadar’s PhD looks into the effects of different violent conflict outcomes on individuals and societies, from both a psycho-sociological (sense of community and belonging, national pride and social identification patterns) and Political Science (group polarisation, recurrence of conflicts) points of view.
The guest lecture was conducted as part of Erasmus+ Teaching Mobility co-financed by the EU.
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