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Postgraduate Studies

Wednesday, July 3, 2024

Researcher Manal Khaled Saleh, a student in the Master’s program in Innovation in Education at the Department of Educational Sciences at the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the Arab American University, has defended her thesis titled “An Educational Program Based on the Use of the Narrative Method to Develop the Value System of Kindergarten Pupils”.

In her study, the researcher addressed the effectiveness of an educational program based on the use of the narrative method to develop the value system of kindergarten pupils in Babos Kindergarten - Qabatiya Directorate of Education.

Wednesday, July 3, 2024

Researcher Enas Omar Masqala, a student in the Master’s program in Computer Scienc at the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the Arab American University, has defended her thesis titled “Towards Integrating Natural Language Processing Techniques and External Semantic Sources to Build an Opinion Analysis System.”

The thesis addressed recent developments in Natural Language Processing (NLP) technologies that have led to enhanced capabilities for processing, analyzing, and understanding sentiments expressed in user-generated reviews across various products and services, explaining that this growing interest in sentiment analysis has stimulated significant research efforts.

Wednesday, July 3, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis by Moataz Hamoudeh in the Criminal Science Program

Researcher Moataz Idris Hamoudeh, a student in the Master’s program in Criminal Science at the Department of Legal Sciences at the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the Arab American University, has defended his thesis titled “Digital Evidence and its Role in Criminal Proof in Light of International Conventions and Palestinian Legislations”.

This thesis addresses the field of digital evidence and its role in criminal proof in light of international conventions and Palestinian legislations. The research problem lies in the fact that, despite the accelerating shift from traditional society to digital society and the expansion of cybercrimes, the Palestinian legislator was content to consider digital evidence as a proof, and did not address the aspects of regulatory and procedural measures related to digital evidence in the criminal field, and what is related to it in the civil and commercial field.

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