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Ariely, G. & E. Davidov. (2011). Assessment of measurement equivalence in cross-national surveys: A neglected issue in political science studies. European Political Science 104(2): 271-286.
Ariely, G. (2011). Constitutional patriotism, liberal nationalism, and membership in the nation: An empirical assessment. Acta Politica 46: 294-319.
Ariely, G. (2011). Exploring citizenship spheres of inclusion/exclusion: Rights as ‘potential for power’, Patterns of Prejudice 45(3): 241-258.
Ariely, G. (2011). Why people (dis)like the public service: Citizen perception of the public service and the NPM doctrine. Politics & Policy 39(6): 997-1019.
Ariely, G. (2011). Spheres of citizenship: The role of distinct perceived threats in legitimizing allocation of political, welfare, and cultural rights in Israel. International Journal of Intercultural Relations 35(2): 213-25.
Ariely, G. & E. Davidov. (2011). Can we rate public support for democracy in a comparable way? Cross-national equivalence of democratic attitudes in the World Values Survey. Social Indicators Research 104(2): 271-286.
Ariely, G. (2012). Globalization and the decline of national identity: An exploration across sixty-three countries. Nations and Nationalism 18(3): 461-482.
Ariely, G. (2012). Globalization, immigration and national identity: How the level of globalization affects the relations between nationalism/constructive patriotism and attitudes toward immigrants. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 15(4): 539-557.
Ariely, G. (2012). Do those who identify with their nation always dislike immigrants? An examination of citizenship policy effects. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 18(2): 242-261.
Ariely, G. (2013). Public administration and citizen satisfaction with democracy: Cross-national evidence. International Review of Administrative Sciences 79(4): 747-766.
Ariely, G. )2013). Nationhood across Europe: The civic-ethnic framework and the distinction between Western and Eastern Europe. Perspectives on European Politics and Society 14(1): 123-143.
Tsfati, Y. & G. Ariely. (2014). Individual and contextual correlates of trust in media across 44 countries. Communication Research 41(6):759-781.
Ariely, G. (2014). Does diversity erode social cohesion? Conceptual and methodological issues. Political Studies 62(3): 573-595.
Ariely, G. & E. Davidov. (2014). Democracy measures, cross-national comparisons. In Alex C. Michalos (Ed), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. pp 1543-1546.
Ariely, G. (2015). Trusting the press and political trust: a conditional relationship. International Journal of Elections Public Opinion and Parties. 25(3): 351-367.
Ariely, G. (2015). Democracy-assessment in cross-national surveys: A critical examination of how people evaluate their regime. Social Indicators Research. 121(3):621-635.
Ariely, G. (2015). Does commercialized political coverage undermine political trust? Evidence across European countries. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 59(3):438-455.
Ariely, G. (2016). Does national identification always lead to chauvinism? A cross-national analysis of contextual explanations. Globalizations 13(4): 377-395.
Ariely G. (2017). Why does patriotism prevail? Contextual explanations of patriotism across countries. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 24: 351–377.
Ariely G., & Uslaner, E. (2017). Corruption, fairness, and inequality. International Political Science Review, 38(3): 349–362.
Ariely, G. (2017). Remembrance Day influence on national sentiments and hostility towards out-groups: Evidence from a panel study in Israel. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 40(14): 2596–2614.
Ariely, G. (2017). Global identification, xenophobia, and globalization: A cross-national exploration. International Journal of Psychology, 52(1): 87–96.
Ariely, G. (2018). Globalization and global identification: A comparative multilevel analysis. National Identities, 20(2):125–141.
Ariely G. (2018). Evaluations of patriotism across countries, groups, and policy domains. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44(3): 462–481.
Ariely, G. (2018). The burden of history(?): Remembering the Holocaust and attitudes toward asylum seekers in Israel. International Journal of Conflict and Violence, 12: 1–14
Ariely, G. (2019). The nexus between globalization and ethnic identity: A view from below. Ethnicities, 19(5): 763–783.
Ariely, G. (2019). National days, national identity and collective memory: Exploring the impact of the Holocaust Day in Israel. Political Psychology, 40(6): 1391–1406.
Ariely, G. (2019). How people view patriotism: The evidences from cross-national surveys. In M. Sardoč (Ed.), Handbook of Patriotism (pp. 1–18). Springer.
Ariely, G. (2020). Collective memory and attitudes toward asylum seekers: Evidence from Israel. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 47(5):1084-1102
Ariely, G. (2020). Measuring dimensions of national identity across countries: Theoretical and methodological reflections. National Identities, 22(3): 265–282.
Ariely, G. (2020). Historical analogies under dispute: Reactions of Israeli Jews to analogies between the Holocaust and the plight of African asylum seekers in Israel. Memory Studies. Online first
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Ariely, G. (2021). Israel’s Regime Untangled: Between Democracy and Apartheid. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press