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Threatened Hence Justified: Jewish Israelis’ Use of Competitive Victimhood to Justify Violence Against Palestinians (2020)
Journal Article

We theorized that competitive victimhood – the tendency to see one’s ingroup as having suffered more than the outgroup as a result of a prolong conflict– may function strategically as a psychological mechanism to justify violent actions against the o... Read More about Threatened Hence Justified: Jewish Israelis’ Use of Competitive Victimhood to Justify Violence Against Palestinians.

Death, dying and maintaining hope: ethical tensions and responsibilities for end of life care in the prison setting (2018)
Book Chapter

This chapter focuses on the need for one vital yet oft-ignored aspect of end of-life care: that of hope. End-of-life care for prisoners is therefore delivered in a highly strict and rigid environment offering far from ideal end-of-life care condition... Read More about Death, dying and maintaining hope: ethical tensions and responsibilities for end of life care in the prison setting.