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School of Law
BSc In Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany. Worked at Interpol headquarters in Lyon, France. MPhil in Criminological Research 2010/11, University of Cambridge PhD in Criminology (Oct 2019)
- Research interests
The effect of parenting factors on conduct problems among second generation refugee adolescents in Zurich: A longitudinal study.
Access to data set offered by Professor Manuel Eisner at Cambridge University, who is an informal advisor. Research funded by the ESRC.
Research interests: Refugees, honour crimes, violence against women, violence against children
- Teaching activities
GTA for Analysing Crime Data
- Professional activities
- Was awarded the Said Foundation scholarship for the MPhil studies.
- Schuster, I., Gul, P., Eisner, M., & Ghuneim, L. (2020). Attitudes toward wife beating among female and male adolescents in Jordan. Journal of interpersonal violence.
- Eisner, M. & Ghuneim, L. (2013). Honor Killing Attitudes amongst Adolescents in Amman, Jordan. Aggressive Behavior, 39(5), 405-417. http://doi.org/10.1002/ab.21485
- Ghanem, E., Fritzsche, S., Al-Balushi, M., Hashem,J., Ghuneim, L., Thomer, L., Kalbacher, H., van Endert, P., Wiertz, E., Tampé, R., & Springer, S. (2010). The transporter associated with antigen processing (TAP) is active in a post-ER compartment. Journal of Cell Science, 123 (24), 4271-9. http://doi.org/10.1242/jcs.060632.
- (Document published for Law enforcement employees): Interpol DNA Unit. INTERPOL Global DNA Profiling Survey 2008.