Gender and Citizenship in Turkey at the Crossroads of Patriarchal State, Women and Transnational Pressures

Aslan Akman, Canan
Tütüncü, Fatma


Gender, Sexuality and Architectural History, Proceedings, Spaces/Times/Peoples: International Ph.D. Research Symposium
Özkaya, Ayşe Belgin; Güner, Havva Gizem (ODTÜ Basım İşliği, 2020-12-01)
Gender, Education and Child Labor in Turkey
Dayıoğlu Tayfur, Meltem (International Labour Organization (ILO), 2004-01-01)
Gender, Education And Child Labour In Turkey, Yakın Ertürk, Meltem Dayıoğlu tarafından kaleme alınmıştır. Kitap 2004 yılında International Labour Office tarafından [Ceneve] yayınlanmıştır. Gender, Education And Child Labour In Turkey adlı eser İngilizce dilindedir.
Gender Politics Under Authoritarian Populism in Turkey: From the Equal Rights Agenda to an Anti-Gender Strategy
Aslan Akman, Canan (2020-12-15)
GENDER POLITICS UNDER AUTHORITARIAN POPULISM IN TURKEY: FROM THE EQUAL RIGHTS AGENDA TO AN ANTI-GENDER STRATEGY?This paper has the objective of analyzing thegenderedtransformationof the conservative populist government of the JDP (Justice and Development Party) in Turkeywhich has politicized gender equality issues through specific mobilization strategies over the past decade.At the time of its electoral rise in Turkish politics back in 2002, the JDP projected a ‘conservative democratic identity’ and impleme...
Gender roles and community formation in Kurdish migrant women
Akbay, Hivda; Kalaycıoğlu, Hediye Sibel; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2003)
The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of the intersecting dynamics of gender and ethnic identities for Kurdish migrant women in Turkey. For this aim it attempts to investigate Kurdish migrant women's everyday lives in their private and public domains, which include in-family, out-family social and economic relations. It is expected that Kurdish women's gender and ethnic identities will intersect in these domains and will be effective in creating a specific ethnic community identity. For this re...
Gender politics and education in the Gülen Movement
Göktürk Ağın, Duygun (2021-11-01)
In Turkey, women’s involvement in the Gülen Movement (known to its adherents as Hizmet (Service)), a global religious movement, contributes to extending the gendered forms of conservative-modern discourses within the practices of everyday life by introducing a new form of Islamic activism. This chapter traces the gender and pedagogical discourses of the Gülen Movement, based on ethnographic analysis of data collected in one of the Movement’s high schools in a conservative, provincial city in western Turkey....
Citation Formats
C. Aslan Akman and F. Tütüncü, Gender and Citizenship in Turkey at the Crossroads of Patriarchal State, Women and Transnational Pressures. 2011.