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Wednesday, April 3, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis by Raneem Abu Ain in the Strategic Planning and Fundraising Program

Researcher Raneem Mahmoud Abu Ain, a student in the Master’s Program in Strategic Planning and Fundraising has defended her thesis titled "The Importance of Business Ethics and Corporate Social Reasonability for Company Growth: Evidence from Palestinian Listed Firms".

This study aimed to determine the impact of work ethics and social responsibility on growth in Palestinian banks. This study used the descriptive analytical method by distributing 370 questionnaires to employees in Palestinian banks.

Wednesday, April 3, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis by Hamdi Abu Helow in the Cyber Security Program

Researcher Hamdi Yasser Abu Helow, a student in the Master’s Program in Cyber Security, has defended his thesis titled “Detection and Prediction of Ransomware Based on Network Behavior Using Machine Learning”.

The use of the Internet has become a daily thing that a person can easily practice through several means, such as desktop and laptop computers, mobile phones, as well as many home devices. This widespread use has led to a significant increase in various electronic attacks, perhaps the most famous and dangerous of which are ransomware viruses. The danger of these viruses lies in the targets they seek to attack, as they are not limited to ordinary people, but rather they attack hospitals, private and government institutions, companies, educational institutions, and many other targets.

Wednesday, April 3, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis by Fayrouz Maslamani in the Educational Psychology Program

Researcher Fayrouz Ahmad Maslamani, a student in the master’s program in educational psychology, has defended her thesis titled “Tendency to Fun and its Relationship to Addiction to Social Networking Sites and the Extent of its Impact on Academic Achievement among a Sample of University Students in the Northern West Bank.”

The study aimed to identify the tendency to fun and its relationship to addiction to social networking sites and the extent of its impact on academic achievement among a sample of university students in the northern West Bank. The researcher followed the descriptive, correlational approach and applied it to a sample of (300) male and female students from universities in the northern West Bank, distributed among the Arab American University, An-Najah National University, and Palestine Technical University – Karoorie.

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