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Press Release 11-184 - Video
Short interview with Mansoor Moaddel describing his research on popular sentiments in the Mid East.

Mansoor Moaddel, Professor of Sociology at Eastern Michigan University and Research Affiliate of the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan, is a world-renowned expert on public sentiments in the Middle East. In this short interview, he describes his research to understand how populations in the Middle East responded not only to 9/11, but also to U.S. involvement in Iraq and the broader cultural shifts underway in the region. You can read more about the views of Egyptians and Moroccans to 9/11 in this paper. For more on Moaddel's research, see his full interview with NSF.

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