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Development of an ultra wide band (UWB) array antenna
Ceylan, Hasan Akın; Aydın Çivi, Hatice Özlem; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2022-4)
Demand for ultrawideband antenna arrays in telecommunications, space and airborne platforms, RADAR applications and MIMO systems, etc. is rising consistantly. A modern approach to develop an ultrawideband array is to utilize the mutual coupling between array elements. Even though individual elements are of narrowband characteristic in isolated form, they gain ultrawideband performance in array configuration under strong mutual coupling. In this work, an ultrawideband tightly coupled dipole array antenna is ...
DEVELOPMENT OF ATTITUDES TOWARD MATERNAL GATEKEEPING SCALE AND ITS ASSOCIATIONS WITH AMBIVALENT SEXISM IN TURKEY
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Maternal gatekeeping is a recent notion in the literature in which women limit or inhibit fathers' involvement with their children. Current measures in this field do not focus on a single operational definition of maternal gatekeeping, and their failure to provide equal weight to both sides of a parent’s voice leads to inconsistencies in maternal gatekeeping understanding. Therefore, the main aim of this dissertation is to develop and test a new measure that encompasses both fathers’ and mothers’ viewpoints...
An Interpretative Phenomenological Research on the mothering experiences of migrant women from Turkey in the UK
Barış Şahbudak, Sevde; Hatipoğlu Sümer, Zeynep; Department of Educational Sciences (2022-5)
The study aimed to gain an in-depth understanding of Turkish-speaking migrant women’s mothering experiences in the United Kingdom and explore how sociocultural factors influence their mothering experiences by exploring the comparison of their mothering experiences in Turkey and the United Kingdom. Through purposive sampling, the study was conducted with 8 migrant mothers all of whom have a child or children between the ages of 1-12, who had an opportunity to experience their mothering experiences both in th...
REPRESENTATIONS OF FAMILIAL TRANSGRESSIONS AND MORAL INJURY IN THE NOVELS OF DANIEL DEFOE
SERHATTI, Fahime; Sönmez, Margaret Jeanne M.; Department of English Literature (2022-5)
Daniel Defoe's novels have long been studied as eighteenth-century novels of religious morality. These novels have frequently been seen as stories of sins, exploring the courses taken by the narrator-protagonists to repent and find physical and spiritual deliverance after being punished. Unlike these studies, this dissertation uses a recent theoretical framework in literary trauma studies to look at seven of Defoe's novels as first-person retrospective narrations of transgressions regarding familial obligat...
Effect of meteorology and transport on particle concentrations and size distribution in Eastern Mediterranean atmosphere
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This study aims to examine the relationship between particle sizes and processes in the atmosphere and the effect of dust transport on particle size distribution. Number (0.2 μm to 32 μm) and mass (PM1, PM2.5, and PM10) concentrations were collected at rural (Mediterranean coast - Marmaris) and suburban (Central Anatolia - Ankara) stations between April 1, 2017, and October 31, 2018. The coarse particles were more dominant in the Ankara while the Marmaris contained relatively smaller-sized particles. The lo...
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