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Refugee Perceptions of International Intervention in the Syrian Civil War

Started: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Estimated Completion: 
Wednesday, August 20, 2014

This project studies the Syrian civil war from the vantage point of the refugees displaced by the fighting.

This project studies the Syrian civil war from the vantage point of the refugees displaced by the fighting

First, public opinion surveys conducted among Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon about international and domestic aspects of the war will shed light on refugee perceptions of the war's international dimension, including foreign efforts to support either the Syrian government or the rebels, intelligence-gathering, and conflict mediation. Second, the research seeks to examine refugee preferences over post-war outcomes, including governing institutions, minority rights, and transitional justice. The project will use survey experiments and unobtrusive measurement techniques designed to accommodate sensitive topics on surveys.

 

 
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PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS

Assistant Professor of Political ScienceAssistant Professor of International and Public AffairsUniversity Affiliate

ACADEMIC UNIT

School:
School of the Arts, International & Public Affairs
Department:
Political Science Department
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