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    Culture, collectivism-individualism and college student plagiarism.Jonathan Kasler, Leehu Zysberg & Raya Gal - 2021 - Ethics and Behavior 31 (7):488-497.
    ABSTRACT We tested a model in which individualist and collectivist orientations mediate the association between cultural background and students’ self-reported plagiarism. A sample of 430 Jewish and non-Jewish undergraduates at a college in northern Israel completed a questionnaire to assess individualist and collectivist orientation and demographics, and answered a question regarding whether they had committed plagiarism during their studies. The results partly supported the model; individualism, but not collectivism, mediated the association between cultural background and admitting plagiarism. The model and (...)
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    The People Demand Social Justice: The Social Protest in Israel as an Agoral Gathering.Leehu Zysberg - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (2):31-45.
    The summer of 2011 has seen the first mass-scale social protest in Israel in its 70 years of existence. This social wave that shook the country, showed unique characteristics a-typical of most social and political uprisings, that go largely unexplained by social theories of social change and crowd psychology. In this article I am analyzing published reports of the social protest of 2011, and draw the analogy with the concept of ‘Agoral Gathering’ that may account for these events and support (...)
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    Bridging the chasm between two worlds: identifying perceived challenges in a sample of graduate educational-leadership students.Leehu Zysberg - 2013 - Educational Studies 39 (3):1-10.