DSpace Repository

The Notre Dame University-Louaize Institutional Repository, known as DSpace, is a digital archive of the university's intellectual output accessible to others worldwide over the Internet. The institutional Repository contains a collection of research and publications written by academic authors, students, staff, alumni and research groups that have sufficient quality to be collected and preserved by the Library but which are not controlled by commercial publishers.

Notre Dame University members are eligible to engage in self-archiving of their digitally-born materials within the institutional repository. For self-archiving please review the Guidelines, Thesis Submission and the Submission Guidelines pages.

OR, you can email the publications you would like to add to: specialcollections@ndu.edu.lb

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  • Ayoubi, Amali Yassine (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2014)
    The remarkable success of comparative advertising especially in Lebanon has sparked considerable discussions over the relative qualities and risks. Comparative advertising in the Middle East, European Union and United States has shown application of the rules and regulations of the governments through respecting the law of the community via its influence on consumer purchasing behavior which goes along with hypothesis one. This study has explored the position of the Lebanese market regarding comparative advertising through taking the opinions of some legal experts and practitioners in the field. ...
  • Doumit, Pamela Badawi (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2013)
    It was Obama's 2008 brilliant campaign that shed light on the meaning and importance of a consistent political marketing campaign. It proved to have significant effects on people's voting behavior and it inspired many individuals including the author of this study who accordingly sought out answers on one main question: How can Lebanese political entities use the political marketing lessons developed from Obama's 2008 campaign and apply them in the Lebanese Context? The author conducted several interviews and examined various literatures to collect the necessary data and then interpreted them ...
  • Jabbour, Marie Noel (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2022-12)
    As cities are growing today, various problems are appearing and created by this growth; and Beirut is no exception. The main outcome of this is investments in land for construction, which leads to lack of open spaces and especially green spaces. Beirut is suffering from the over crowdedness of people and buildings and most importantly the lack of green spaces. On the other hand, rooftops are usually large empty spaces that resemble mostly to the empty lots before the construction of their respective buildings, so they are an urban layer that can make up for the lack of open spaces in the city, ...
  • Chammas, Romy (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2017)
    Background -- Eating disorders (EDs) and related risk factors have become an area of interest for researchers, and a challenge to manage for health care practitioners. EDs were considered mainly as western culture disorders; however recent studies showed a comparable raise of EDs in the Middle Eastern countries. Objective -- The purpose of this study was to estimate the proportion of Notre Dame University students (NDU) who are at risk of developing EDs, and examine the association of ED’s risk with socio-demographic, lifestyle, dietary factors and dietary patterns Methods -- This was a ...
  • Azzi, Dany; El Hajj, Maya (Axiom Academic Publishers, 2023)
    Considering the recent paradigm shift in education brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, educational institutions have shifted to optimizing the use of technology for distance teaching and learning. This shift has propelled educational institutions worldwide to experiment with innovative teaching and learning methods—a de facto measure employed to ensure educational continuation previously disrupted by pandemic-related closures. Lebanon is not an atypical case; in addition to the pandemic, closures have been inflicted on the education sector by the events of October 17, 2019, and the ...

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