Master Theses

These are theses that were written by Masters students of the Conflict Management and Negotiation Graduate Program. The list is incomplete and is currently being updated.

  • Attachment style and communication in the mediation processs (2008)
    Rivkah Albeck-Solomon under the supervision of Professor Rachel Ben-Ari
  • Conflict Resolution within the Jewish Community in Yemen in the Judicial and Alternative Systems (2008)
    Meytal Cohen-Shema under the supervision of Professor Shaul Regev and Dr. Ephraim Tabory
  • The impact of culture on Jewish Israeli and Arab Israeli mediator's perceptions of conflict and mediation (2008) 
    Naomi Slater under the supervision of Dr. Ephraim Tabory
  • Consensus building as a tool in the social change process in the kibbutz: Factors contributing to the process's success and failure (2007)
    Gur Melamed under the supervision of Dr. Ephraim Tabory
  • Negotiation methodologies in high-tech companies during the crisis era 2001-2004 - Comparative study (2007) 
    Anat Friedman under the supervision of Dr. Roni Mash and Dr. Ephraim Tabory
  • The "Schmagluch" establishment's conflict resolution methods in the Ethiopian Jewish community: Self-perceptions and feelings of Interveners regarding the decision making process (2006)
    Yitbarach Nagat under the supervision of Dr. Michal Alberstein
  • Mediation Skills and the Buddhist Approach Toward Conflict Formation (2006)
    Hila Fortis Tvito under the supervision of Dr. Michal Alberstein
  • Approaches to Power Relations as an Important Element of the Negotiation Process and Outcome (2006)
    Naomi Bitansky under the supervision of Dr. Jonathan Rynhold
  • Approaches to power relations as an important element of negotiation outcomes (2006)
    Naomi Selotky under the supervision of Professor Gerald Steinberg
  • The Mediation Process in Israel - Anatomy of court's verdicts (2005)
    Karni Perlman under the supervision of Dr. Michal Alberstein
  • Family Group Conferencing in Israel: Perceptions and feelings of victims, offenders and their supporters (2004)
    Esthi Avihar under the supervision of Dr. Uri Timor and Dr. Ephraim Tabory
  • Between law and social change, employee and employer relation, in the temporal workers conflict in Israel (2004) 
    Ariel Yaakovi under the supervision of Dr. Michal Alberstein
  • Gender, mediation and professional affiliation in divorce practice in Israel (2004)
    Ronit Malca under the supervision of Dr. Rena Bogosh
  • The Professional Transformation from Advocate to Mediator: The Professional Worldview of Israeli Mediators (2003)
    Ayelet Skolnik under the supervision of Dr. Ephraim Tabory