Life under occupation: citizenship and other factors influencing the well-being of university students living in the West Bank

@article{Asi2016LifeUO,
  title={Life under occupation: citizenship and other factors influencing the well-being of university students living in the West Bank},
  author={Yara M Asi and Lynn Unruh and Xinliang Liu},
  journal={Medicine, Conflict and Survival},
  year={2016},
  volume={32},
  pages={112 - 137}
}
  • Yara M Asi, Lynn Unruh, Xinliang Liu
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Medicine, Conflict and Survival
  • Abstract There is substantial evidence that individuals affected by conflict suffer poor physical and mental outcomes, particularly in indicators of well-being. This study assesses the health-related quality of life (HRQoL), perceived stress and insecurity of Palestinian young adults in the West Bank. We surveyed 398 university students from Nablus (mean age = 20.1) using the SF-36 to measure HRQoL, the PSS-4 to assess stress and a context-specific insecurity instrument. A third of participants… CONTINUE READING

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