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Society and State in Post-Blockade Qatar: Lessons for the Arab Gulf Region
( Taylor and Francis , 2020 , Article)
This article examines key questions of citizen-state, citizen-citizen, and citizen-expatriate relations in the Arab Gulf states through the lens of the 2017 Qatar blockade. It utilizes original public opinion survey data ...
Public Spending Priorities in Qatar
( SESRI , 2017 , Report)
Together with previous survey findings, SESRI’s study of fiscal priorities among Qataris demonstrates the importance to citizens of healthcare and education, and to a lesser extent other sectors such as social security ...
Mobile Disruptions in the Middle East: Lessons from Qatar and the Arabian Gulf Region in Mobile Media Content Innovation
( Routledge , 2018 , Book)
Mobile Disruptions in the Middle East identifies trends in mobile media use in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates and, more broadly, explores their impact on the nature of digital journalism. Mobility has long been an ...
Crisis, State Legitimacy, and Political Participation in a Non-Democracy: How Qatar Withstood the 2017 Blockade
( Middle East Institute , 2019 , Article)
This article uses rare, nationally representative survey data collected before and after the blockade of Qatar that began in June 2017 to assess its impact on citizens’ orientations toward the Gulf Cooperation Council, ...
Civic life and democratic citizenship in Qatar: Findings from the First Qatar World Values Survey
( Brill Academic , 2013 , Article)
The present study examines the Arab nation that has remained least affected by the regional upheaval that has gripped much of the Middle East and North Africa since the beginning of 2011: the Gulf state of Qatar. Using ...
Attitudes towards Female Labor Force Participation in Qatar
( Social and Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) , 2020 , Report)
This brief summarizes the results of a national survey of public attitudes toward female labor force participation (FLFP) – women working outside the home – in Qatar. The data come from a representative telephone poll ...