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Yeşim Korkut

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Jul 2012
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Nov 2012

...Discussion I]. Turkish Journal of Psychology, 13 , 77–79. Toğrol, B. (1981). Turkiye'de psikolojinin gelisim ve tarihcesi [Development and history of psychology in Turkey] (Vol. 9). İzmir, Turkey: Ege Universitesi Yayinlari. Turkish Psychological Association. (2004a). Code of ethics. Turkish Psychological Bulletin, 10 , 20–35. Turkish Psychological Association. (2004b). Code for ethics procedures. Turkish Psychological Bulletin, 10 , 35–62. Vassaf, G. (1981). Dunden yarina Turkiyede Psikoloji [From yesterday to tomorrow: Psychology in Turkey]. In N. Bilgin...

Islamist Activism in Turkey  

Menderes Çınar

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Jul 2020

...m: The Case of Hakan Yavuz’s Islamic Political Identity in Turkey.” New Perspectives on Turkey 30: 155–168. Çınar, Menderes. 2006. “Turkey’s Transformation under the AKP Rule.” Muslim World 96, no. 3: 469–486. Çınar, Menderes. 2011. “Turkey’s Present Ancien Regime and the JDP.” In Nationalism and Politics in Turkey, edited by Marlies Cassier and Joost Jongerden , 13–27. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. Çınar, Menderes. 2018. “From Moderation to De-Moderation: Democratic Backsliding of the AKP in Turkey.” In The Politics of Islamism: Diverging Visions and Trajectories...

Ruling Ideologies in Modern Turkey  

Kerem Öktem

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Jul 2020

...Caliphate under Turkish leadership. Yet, both major traditions concur on the supremacy of the state, whether in secular or religious variations. They also hold divergent views on what the nation entails: Kemalist definitions span from an inclusive notion of Turkishness based on the Turkish language and culture to a narrower, race-based notion of citizenship. Islamist ideologues locate the Turkish nation in an Islamic space and time, where Muslimness is the key component of membership. But both agree on the supremacy of the Turkish nation as the sole people in Turkey with legitimate...

Citizenship and Protest Behavior in Turkey  

Ayhan Kaya

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Jul 2020

...Holisms: German-Turkish Transmigrants vis-à-vis Nationalist Narratives.” Research and Policy on Turkey 2, no. 1: 118–131. Yalçıntaş, Altug , ed. 2015. Creativity and Humour in Occupy Movements: Intellectual Disobedience in Turkey and Beyond. London: Palgrave. Yıldız, Ahmet. 2001. Ne mutlu Türküm diyebilene: Türk ulusal kimliginin etmo-seküler sınırları (1919 – 1938) ( How Happy to the One Who Can Say I am Turkish: Ethno-Secular Boundaries of Turkish Identity ). Istanbul: İletişim Yayınları. Yılmaz, Volkan. 2017. “Youth Welfare Policy in Turkey in Comparative...

The Politics of Welfare in Turkey  

Erdem Yörük

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Jul 2020

...Development Party’s Populism in Turkey, 2007–2010.” Government and Opposition 47, no. 4: 618–640. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1477–7053.2012.01377.x. Dogan, Mustafa G. 2010. “When Neoliberalism Confronts the Moral Economy of Workers: The Final Spring of Turkish Labor Unions.” European Journal of Turkish Studies. Social Sciences on Contemporary Turkey 1, no. 11 (October). http://journals.openedition.org/ejts/4321. Dorlach, Tim. 2019. “Retrenchment of Social Policy by Other Means: A Comparison of Agricultural and Housing Policy in Turkey.” Journal of Comparative...

Migration Crises in Turkey  

Zeynep Kivilcim

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Feb 2019
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Oct 2018

...and belonging to Turkish culture” and received privileged treatment. The favorable treatment accorded to these individuals is attributed to their ethnic or linguistic links to Turkey. But it has also its ideological reasons in Turkey’s anticommunist policies during the Cold War for sheltering the ones fleeing from “communist persecution” ( Kirişçi 1996 ). Being of Turkish origin and culture always implied and still implies social and legal advantages. Persons of Turkish descent and culture who immigrated to Turkey are authorized to reside in Turkey upon their arrival;...

Secularism in Turkey  

Kenan Sevinc, Ralph W. Hood Jr., and Thomas Coleman

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Feb 2017
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Jan 2017

...Chapter 9 Secularism in Turkey Kenan Sevinc , Ralph W. Hood Jr. , and Thomas J. Coleman III Turkey may be a unique exemplar of issues with respect to secularization. Turkey is the only politically secular country with a Muslim majority population, at approximately 95 percent (European Commission 2005 , 2010; International Social Survey Programme 2008 ), and it is a country without a state religion ( Barro and McCleary 2005 ). At the same time, Turkey is a continuation of the Ottoman Empire, which was a combination of Turkish, Arabic, Persian, and...

Business Groups in Turkey  

Asli M. Colpan

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Aug 2010
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Sep 2010

...a systematic study of the historical evolution of the large‐enterprise economy in Turkey, and its core actor, family‐owned diversified business groups, which have driven the modern Turkish economic development, especially since the Second World War. 17.2 Developmental backgrounds of ‘big business’ in Turkey The large‐enterprise economy in Turkey has developed with two major characteristic players: business groups that grew slowly after the establishment of the Turkish Republic; and the state‐owned enterprises, many of which were founded within the activist...

Truth, Justice, and Commemoration Initiatives in Turkey  

Onur Bakiner

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Jul 2020

...Ozyurek, Esra. 2007. The Politics of Public Memory in Turkey. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Palabiyik, Mustafa Serdar. 2018. “Politicization of Recent Turkish History: (Ab)Use of History as a Political Discourse in Turkey.” Turkish Studies 192: 240–263. Phillips, David L. 2005. Unsilencing the Past: Track Two Diplomacy and Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation. New York: Berghahn Books. Roy, Srirupa. 2006. “Seeing a State: National Commemorations and the Public Sphere in India and Turkey.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 481: 200–232...

Capturing Secularism in Turkey: The Ease of Comparison  

Murat Akan

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Aug 2020

...a non-Christian state [Turkey] such political considerations are not necessarily of primary importance … the conflict is often between the forces of tradition … and the forces of change. (6, my italics) Berkes captures the Turkish experience with the binary opposition of secularism as “separation” in France and secularism as “union” in Turkey. He reasserts back that it is Christianity which “constituted an exception rather than the rule in relations between the state and religion,” (6) not Turkey. The main task for the secularist in Turkey was uniting disparate...

Economic Voting during the AKP Era in Turkey  

S. Erdem Aytaç

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Jul 2020

...“Macroeconomic Determinants of Electoral Support for Incumbents in Turkey, 1950-1995.” New Perspectives on Turkey 17: 75–96. Çarkoğlu, Ali. 2008. “Ideology or Economic Pragmatism? Profiling Turkish Voters in 2007.” Turkish Studies 9, no. 2: 317–344. Çarkoğlu, Ali. 2012a. “Economic Evaluations vs. Ideology: Diagnosing the Sources of Electoral Change in Turkey, 2002–2011.” Electoral Studies 31, no. 3: 513–521. Çarkoğlu, Ali. 2012b. “Voting Behavior in Turkey.” In Handbook of Modern Turkey , edited by M. Heper and S. Sayarı , 160–170. New York: Routledge...

The Evolution of Conventional Political Participation in Turkey  

Ersin Kalaycıoğlu

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Jul 2020

...Publications. Kalaycıoğlu, Ersin. 1997. “Unconventional Political Participation in Turkey and Europe: Comparative Perspectives.” In Italy and Turkey: Further Insights in Comparative Points of View , edited by Facolta di Scienza Politiche dell’Universita di Pavia , 51–70. Pavia: Italy. Kalaycıoğlu, Ersin. 2001. “Turkish Democracy: Patronage versus Governance.” Turkish Studies 2, no. 1: 54–70. Kalaycıoğlu, Ersin. 2002a. “Civil Society in Turkey: Continuity or Change?” In Turkish Transformation: New Century – New Challenges , edited by Brian Beeley , 59–78. ...

Populism in Turkey: Historical and Contemporary Patterns  

Yüksel Taşkın

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Jul 2020

... “Class Content of the September 12 Regime in Turkey.” Sendika.Org, Labornet Turkey , September 19, http://www.sendika.org/english/yazi.php?yazi_no=13255 Buğra, Ayşe , and Osman Savaşkan. 2014. New Capitalism in Turkey: The Relationship between Politics, Religion and Business. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Pub. Çavdar, Ayşe. 2011. Mahremin Göçü. (Interview with Nilüfer Göle.) İstanbul: Hayy Kitap. Çelik, Ayşe B. , and Evren Balta. 2018. Explaining the Micro Dynamics of the Populist Cleavage in the “New Turkey.” Mediterranean Politics DOI: 10.1080/13629395...

Turkey’s Foreign Policy in the Middle East: An Identity Perspective  

Lisel Hintz

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Jul 2020

...most evident in Turkey’s involvement in the Syrian civil war, but its activist foreign policy initiatives resulted in conflict in a number of other arenas. To provide a comprehensive understanding of Turkey’s foreign policy actions and shifts throughout the Middle East, this chapter is organized in subsections focused on sets of bilateral relations, as well as groupings where examining Turkey’s interactions makes sense, such as Turkey–Iraq–KRG (Kurdistan Regional Government) and Turkey–Arab Gulf states. Turkey–Iran Despite the contentious history of Turkey–Iran relations...

US-Turkey Relations since WWII: From Alliance to Transactionalism  

Serhat Güvenç and Soli Özel

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Jul 2020

...central to political struggles in Turkey. The US-Turkey alliance survived crises such as Washington’s secret deal with Moscow to withdraw the Jupiter missiles from Turkey in exchange for the removal of Soviet missiles in Cuba in 1962 ( Bilge-Criss 1997 ) and President Johnson’s strongly worded letter to Turkey on the possible consequences of a military intervention in Cyprus in 1964 ( Bölükbaşı 1993 ). Yet both of these incidents seriously eroded the stock of trust on the part of the Turkish authorities in US reliability. The Turkish elite decided to reduce the country’s...

Turkey and Russia: Historical Patterns and Contemporary Trends in Bilateral Relations  

Evren Balta and Mitat Çelikpala

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Jul 2020

...links with the Soviet Union ( Çelikpala 2019 ). During the 1980s, Turkey’s trade relations with the Soviet Union, especially in energy, gained momentum with the liberalization of the Turkish economy. Soviet prime minister Nikolai Tikhonov visited Turkey in December 1984 and met with Turkish prime minister Turgut Özal. Two agreements signed during the visit established the foundations of energy cooperation between the two countries, as Turkey agreed to buy Soviet natural gas. After 1984, many Turkish private and public companies began to establish trade relations with...

The Political Economy of Environmental Policymaking in Turkey: A Vicious Cycle  

Fikret Adaman, Bengi Akbulut, and Murat Arsel

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Jul 2020

...2010. “Globalization, Development, and Environmental Policies in Turkey.” In Understanding the Process of Institutional Change in Turkey: A Political Economy Approach , edited by Tamer Çetin and Feridun Yılmaz , 319–335. New York: Nova. Adaman, Fikret , and Murat Arsel. 2012. “Political Economy of the Environment in Turkey.” In Handbook of Modern Turkey , edited by Metin Heper and Sabri Sayarı , 317–327. London: Routledge. Adaman, Fikret , and Murat Arsel. 2017. “Climate Policy in Turkey: A Paradoxical Situation?” L’Europe en Formation 380: 26–38....

Gender Politics and the Struggle for Equality in Turkey  

Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat

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Jul 2020

...iage-law-and-child-brides-in-turkey. Human Rights Watch. 2008. We Need a Law for Liberation: Gender, Sexuality, and Human Rights in a Changing Turkey. https://www.hrw.org/sites/default/files/reports/turkey0508webwcover.pdf. İlkkaracan, İpek. 2019. “Economic and Political Gender Gaps and the Rise of Populism: Insights from a Turkish Perspective.” Journal of International Affairs 72, no. 2: 191–208. İlyasoğlu, Aynur. 1998. “Islamist Women in Turkey: Their Identity and Self-Image.” In Deconstructing Images of “the Turkish Woman,” edited by Zehra F....

Party Organizations in Turkey and Their Consequences for Democracy  

Melis G. Laebens

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Jul 2020

...4: 505–527. Ark-Yıldırım, Ceren. 2017. “Political Parties and Grassroots Clientelist Strategies in Urban Turkey: One Neighbourhood at a Time.” South European Society and Politics 22, no. 4: 473–490. Ayan Musil, Pelin. 2011. Authoritarian Party Structures and Democratic Political Setting in Turkey. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Ayan Musil, Pelin. 2018. “Assessing the Level of Party Cartelization in Contemporary Turkey.” In Party Politics in Turkey: A Comparative Perspective , edited by S. Sayarı , P. Ayan Musil , and Ö. Demirkol , 80–97. New York: Routledge...

Syrian Refugees and Turkey: Whose “Crisis”?  

Danièle Bélanger and Cenk Saracoglu

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Feb 2019
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Oct 2018

...respect, Turkey’s refugee policy has not been simply a reaction to an unexpected and particularly large refugee migration across the Turkish borders. Rather, it has been an integral part of its neo-Ottomanist calculations in the Syrian conflict. Turkey’s foreign policy strategy in Syria was, from the outset, embedded in the formation and implementation of its refugee policy. The disorderly incorporation of Syrian refugees in Turkey does not only reflect the limitations of Turkey’s domestic institutional and legal structures but it also marks the crisis of Turkey’s over...

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