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Title: Political solutions among Palestinian university students: different models and conceptions
Authors: Nemer, Fathi 
Keywords: Palestine question - Settlement projects;Palestine question - Settlement projects - 1991-;Israel-Arab peace negotiations;One-state solution;Two-state solution;College students - Political activity - Palestine;College students - Public opinion - Palestine
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Third World Quarterly
Abstract: Once a baseline resolution to the question of Palestine, the two-state solution has become contested after decades of failed negotiation and renewed support for a one-state solution. This study measures Palestinian university students’ understandings of these different solutions through a representative survey. Results indicate that despite being unconvinced by it, the majority of respondents prefer a two-state solution, although their conception of its specificities differs to that of the Palestinian Authority. Most respondents held unclear ideas of the meaning of the one-state solution. Finally, a model based on analysis of this data explains the reasons and circumstances behind students’ preferences.
DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2020.1788932
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