(September 2013) /24-7 Press Release
General Aviation Security Magazine San Antonio, TX
Professor Alan Kirschenbaum and coauthor Dr. Carmit Rapaport examine the relationship
between how passengers act in the security queue and the cost of security
in “Reducing Airport Security Costs: The Passenger Behavior Factor.”
Aviation Security International (April 2014)
Personal View Expressed by Prof. Alan (Avi) Kirschenbaum
member of the editorial board of this magazine
Canadian Hazards and Emeregncy Newsletter(2014)
“The Future ECC: Will it Work?”
Kirschenbaum, Alan & Carmit Rapaport
Organizations Under Siege: Innovative Adaptive Behaviors in Work Organizations in H.-N.L. Teodorescu et al. (eds.),
Improving Disaster Resilience and Mitigation – IT Means and Tools, NATO Science for Peace and Security
Series C: Environmental Security, Springer Sciencec Business Media, Dordrecht
Kirschenbaum Alan (Avi) 2014.
The Ethnographic Approach and Security: The Case of Airports, Ch 24; in Martin Gill (ed)
The Handbook of Security 2nd edition. Palgrave Macmillan.
Kane, J.C., Rapaport, C. Zalta, A. K., Canetti, D. Hobfoll, S.E., & Hall B. J.(2014)
“Regular drinking may strengthen the beneficial influence of social support on depression:
Findings from a representative Israeli sample during a period of war and terrorism”.
Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence 140:175-182.
Canetti, D. Waismel-Manor, Y., Cohen N., & Rapaport C. (2013)
“What Does National Resilience mean in Democracy? Evidence from the US and Israel”.
Armed Forces and Society (doi: 10.1177/0095327X12466828)
Canetti, D., Rapaport, C., Wayne, C., Hall, B., Hobfoll, S. (2013).
“An Exposure Effect? Evidence from a Rigorous Study on the Psycho-political Outcomes of Terrorism in The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears.
Samuel Justin Sinclair and Daniel Antonius, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
Canetti, D., Hall, B., Rapaport, C., Wayne, C., Hobfoll, S (2013).
“Exposure to terrorism and Political extremism: a stress-based process”.
European Psychologist.18(4):263 (doi: 10.1027/1016-9040/a000158)
March 18, 2013
Study: Charter Passengers Responsible for Majority of Extra Security Costs in Airports
Passengers of charter flights are responsible for the majority of extra costs arising from delays in airport security checks, according to scientific research conducted by airport security consulting company,