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  • الجـمعيات والـتبرعـات الـخيريـة 

    أبوسن, سناء; البوعينين, فهد ( Social & Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) , 2020 , Other)
    أجــرى معھــد الــبحوث الاجــتماعــیة والاقــتصادیــة الــمسحیة بجامعة قطر فى الــعام ۲۰۱۹ مسح لتقییم أداء الجــمعیات الــخیریــة والمؤسسات الغیر الـربـحیة عن طریق استطلاع رأي المواطنین القطریـین والمقیمین بغرض معرفة تقیمھم ...
  • Socio-economic and Environmental Aspects of Fish Consumption in Qatar 

    Abusin, Sana; Al-Emadi, Noor; أبوسن, سناء; العمادي, نور ( Social & Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) , 2020 , Report)
    After the blockade in 2017, Qatar has undergone an important development of shifting from full dependency on food imports to self-sufficiency in perishable foods. Qatar has launched a food security strategy 2018-2023; ...
  • Parental Involvement in Education: Findings and implications from Qatar Education Survey 2018 

    Abdelkader, Nada; Al Thani, Maryam F.; عبدالقادر, ندى; ال ثاني, مريم فهد ( Social & Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) , 2020 , Report)
    The Qatar National Development Strategy (2011-2016 & 2018-2022) stresses the importance of parental participation in the education of children. In line with the recommendations outlined in the NDS, the current policy brief ...
  • Fish processing, quality and safety in the state of Qatar 

    Abusin, Sana; Al-Emadi, Noor; أبوسن, سناء ( Social & Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) , 2020 , Report)
    The second National Development Strategy (NDS) of the State of Qatar 2018–2022 aims to achieve 90% self sufficiency in fish production by 2023 and balance food production with conservation of natural resources by promoting ...
  • Qatar World Cup 2022: Awareness of the event and its impact on destination and country character perceptions in the US tourism market 

    Kaplanidou, Kyriaki; Al-Emadi, Ahmed; Triantafyllidis, Stavros; Sagas, Michael; Diop, Abdoulaye ( Cognizant Communication Corporation , 2016 , Article)
    This study examined how awareness levels of hosting the 2022 World Cup in Qatar changed perceptions of Qatar's destination image, country character, and neighboring destinations' images. Data were collected through Amazon ...
  • Attitudes towards Female Labor Force Participation in Qatar 

    Lari, Noora; Gengler, Justin; Al Thani, Maryam F.; لاري, نورة; جنغلر, جاستن; ال ثاني, مريم فهد... more authors ( 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 ...
  • Language and Nature in Southern and Eastern Arabia 

    Al-Ghanim, Kaltham; Watson, Janet C.E. (2020 , Article)
    This paper examines the relationship between language and nature in southern and eastern Arabia. The work is the result of a two-year interdisciplinary network between the University of Leeds and Qatar University, with ...
  • Why do we need to integrate the Indigenous culture to achieve Holistic Sustainability? 

    Al-Ghanim, Kaltham ( Corpus publishers , 2020 , Article Review)
    This paper proposes a vision of the re-discovery of Arabian Gulf communities’ culture and a revival of local knowledge in a bid to support, promote, and move towards a more sustainable future for the region. Information ...
  • Measuring Citizens Satisfaction of E-Government and Transparency in the State of Qatar 

    Al-Kubisi, Ali Selham (2020 , Article)
    E-Government has become a global phenomenon. Governments, both in developed and developing world, are making significant investments in order to gain more efficient, open and interactive government. In this study, the ...
  • Consanguinity and psychiatric disorders: Qatar case study 

    Ibrahim, Mohamed Abdelalaim; Al-Ghanim, Kaltham Ali; Eltohami, Ali Ahmed; Eltohami, Ali Ahmed ( MedCrave , 2020 , Report)
    Objective: The objective of this study was to examine the pattern of marriage and tradition among Qatari psychiatric patients attending an outpatient psychiatry clinic in Doha, Qatar. The study also investigates the ...
  • The relationship between sleep duration and health status in Qatar’s population 

    Khaled, Salma M. ( Elsevier , 2020 , Article)
    Knowledge of sleep duration correlates is limited to developed countries with a lack of studies in the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR). Qatar is a rapidly developing country in the EMR with three distinct population ...
  • Consanguineous marriage in the Arab societies 

    Al-Ghanim, Kaltham Ali ( MedCrave , 2020 , Article Review)
    Endogamous and consanguineous marriage is estimated to comprise 20% of all marriages in the contemporary world. In Arabia, however, it is estimated to characterize approximately half of all marriages. Overall, this is ...
  • Determinants of fish consumption in the state of Qatar: Post blockade 

    Abusin, Sana; Al-Emadi, Noor; Elmaghraby, Engi ( Academic Journal , 2020 , Article)
    This study used a count data model to analyse the factors that affect fish consumption in Qatar after the blockade; aiming for effective evaluation, formulation and implementation, of policies for the fishery sector. To ...
  • Conducting research on the world's changing mediascape: Principles and practices 

    Pavlik, John V.; Dennis, Everette E.; Mersey, Rachel Davis; Gengler, Justin ( Cogitatio Press , 2019 , Article)
    As digital technology sweeps across the globe, bringing far-reaching changes to the media environment and beyond, international research on the nature and impact of these changes is essential. This commentary situates media ...
  • Choice and expenditure: A double hurdle model of private tutoring in Qatar 

    Mandikiana, Brian W. ( Elsevier , 2021 , Article)
    Deciding whether to use private tutoring services is now a common choice many households are facing globally. This paper presents new evidence for Qatar's case to shed light on the demand for private tutoring. The household ...
  • Associations between weight loss difficulty, disordered eating behaviors and poor weight loss outcomes in Arab female university students 

    Nasrallah, Catherine; Kimmel, Linda; Khaled, Salma M. ( Elsevier , 2020 , Article)
    Little is known about the impact of eating behaviors on weight management efforts among college students in non-Western settings. This study aimed to explore the relationship between eating behaviors, weight loss outcomes, ...
  • Society and State in Post-Blockade Qatar: Lessons for the Arab Gulf Region 

    Gengler, Justin ( 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 ...
  • Social capital and sense of neighbourhood belonging among Qatari nationals 

    Diop, Abdoulaye; Al Ansari, Mohammad Hassan; Al Ali Mustafa, Semsia; Kien, Le ( Taylor and Francis , 2020 , Article)
    This study examines citizens’ sense of neighbourhood belonging in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, focusing on the State of Qatar. While much research about this issue has been conducted in developed countries, ...
  • Sectarianism from the Top Down or Bottom Up? Explaining the Middle East’s Unlikely De-sectarianization after the Arab Spring 

    Gengler, Justin ( Taylor and Francis , 2020 , Article)
    Sectarian politics has retreated across the Middle East in the years after the Arab Spring, even as conflict between the region’s two main sectarian actors—Iran and Saudi Arabia—has intensified. This essay explores this ...
  • Towards sustainable food production systems in Qatar: Assessment of the viability of aquaponics 

    Abusin, Sana A.A.; Mandikiana, Brian W. ( Elsevier , 2020 , Article Review)
    Biophysical environments, socio-economic, and political shocks that hamper food production and affect access to food are a treat towards a country's capacity to achieve and maintain food security. Over the past couple of ...

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