Sivan Hirsch-Hoefler
Sivan Hirsch-Hoefler
the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya
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The challenges of conceptualizing terrorism
L Weinberg, A Pedahzur, S Hirsch-Hoefler
Terrorism and Policical Violence 16 (4), 777-794, 2004
Conflict will harden your heart: Exposure to violence, psychological distress, and peace barriers in Israel and Palestine
S Hirsch-Hoefler, D Canetti, C Rapaport, SE Hobfoll
British Journal of Political Science 46 (4), 845-859, 2016
The central role of group‐based hatred as an emotional antecedent of political intolerance: Evidence from Israel
E Halperin, D Canetti‐Nisim, S Hirsch‐Hoefler
Political Psychology 30 (1), 93-123, 2009
Explaining normative versus nonnormative action: The role of implicit theories
E Shuman, S Cohen‐Chen, S Hirsch‐Hoefler, E Halperin
Political Psychology 37 (6), 835-852, 2016
Authoritarianism, perceived threat and exclusionism on the eve of the Disengagement: Evidence from Gaza
D Canetti, E Halperin, SE Hobfoll, O Shapira, S Hirsch-Hoefler
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 33 (6), 463-474, 2009
“Ecoterrorism”: Terrorist threat or political ploy?
S Hirsch-Hoefler, C Mudde
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 37 (7), 586-603, 2014
Two of a kind? Voting motivations for populist radical right and religious fundamentalist parties
S Hirsch-Hoefler, D Canetti, A Pedahzur
Electoral Studies 29 (4), 678-690, 2010
‘Pinkwashing’the radical‐right: Gender and the mainstreaming of radical‐right policies and actions
L Ben‐Shitrit, J Elad‐Strenger, S Hirsch‐Hoefler
European Journal of Political Research 61 (1), 86-110, 2022
Radicalizing religion? Religious identity and settlers' behavior
S Hirsch-Hoefler, D Canetti, E Eiran
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 39 (6), 500-518, 2016
Structure of political opportunities and threats, and movement-countermovement interaction in segmented composite regimes
EY Alimi, S Hirsch-Hoefler
Comparative Politics 44 (3), 331-349, 2012
Emotional antecedents of political intolerance: The central role of group-based hatred
E Halperin, D Canetti-Nisim, S Hirsch-Hoefler
Political Psychology 30 (1), 93-123, 2009
The Israeli settler movement: Assessing and explaining social movement success
S Hirsch-Hoefler, C Mudde
Cambridge University Press, 2020
Right‐Wing Movements
S Hirsch‐Hoefler, C Mudde
The Wiley‐Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, 2013
Burden sharing: Income, inequality and willingness to fight
CJ Anderson, A Getmansky, S Hirsch-Hoefler
British journal of political science 50 (1), 363-379, 2020
Psychological barriers to a peaceful resolution: Longitudinal evidence from the Middle East and Northern Ireland
D Canetti, S Hirsch-Hoefler, C Rapaport, RD Lowe, OT Muldoon
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 41 (8), 660-676, 2018
Gender differences in support for direct and indirect political aggression in the context of protracted conflict
L Ben Shitrit, J Elad-Strenger, S Hirsch-Hoefler
Journal of Peace Research 54 (6), 733-747, 2017
The social aspect of national security: The impact of terror on Israeli society
G Ben-Dor, E Halperin, S Hirsch-Hoefler, D Canetti-Nisim
Unpublished manuscript, 245-66, 2005
Unequal sacrifice: Income inequality and willingness to fight wars
CJ Anderson, S Hirsch-Hoefler
APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper, 2010
Status symmetry effect: The association of exposure and PTS in Israel-Palestine and Northern Ireland
S Hirsch-Hoefler, DR Vashdi, RD Lowe, O Muldoon, SE Hobfoll, D Canetti
Terrorism and political violence 33 (4), 788-805, 2021
Reactions to imposed political change: A prospective experimental investigation of Jewish settlers’ resistance to state contraction.
S Hirsch-Hoefler, DT Kahn, G Hirschberger
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 25 (1), 13, 2019
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