News Release 11-184 - Video
Short interview with Mansoor Moaddel describing his research on popular sentiments in the Mid East.
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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.
Credit: National Science Foundation