Disability and Discrimination: Microaggression Experiences of People with Disabilities in Turkey

Canel Çınarbaş, Deniz
Albayrak Kaymak, Deniz


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Disability and Otherization: Readings on Cinema in the Light of UD Principles
Uyaroglu, Ilkay Dinc; Bala, Havva Alkan (Iconarp International Journal of Architecture and Planning, 2018-8-31)
Cinema and architecture are universal with their inclusiveness in the mental process. The mental process is often generated by the sense of sight in modern times. In this sense, cinema, as a visual art, has started to take an active role in the intellectual, conceptual and creative actions of modern man. With the cinema, the realities of the virtual world have become more convincing than the dreams of the real world. It involves person-environment relationships which might not be ours but "look like ours". ...
Disability and Coping with Discrimination
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Disability salience as an indicator of loss anxiety: an alternative explanation for the fundamental fear of human beings
Atabey, Cemile Müjde; Öner Özkan, Bengi; Department of Psychology (2011)
The aim of the present research was to investigate the issue of loss anxiety within the framework of disability and terror management theory. A questionnaire package was administered to 217 participants twice to examine the effects of mortality salience and disability salience. Besides mortality salience, paralysis salience was found to be effective. Highly conservative participants were becoming more conservative in the paralysis salience and mortality salience conditions. Content analysis was also conduct...
Disadvantaged women's satisfaction with mass housing projects that are developed in the context of squatter housing regeneration the case of Ankara Turkey
Severcan, Yücel Can; Barlas, Mehmet Adnan (2016-07-08)
Since the endorsement of the “cities without slums” action plan at the UN Millennium Summit in September 2000, the pace of slum demolition increased starkly in many parts of the developing world. Ankara is one of these cities with a declining squatter housing population. Keles (1993) states that, in the year 1990, approximately 58% of the city’s population (1.74 of 3 million residents) was living in an informal or squatter housing, known as gecekondu (a Turkish expression for houses erected illegally in one...
Citation Formats
D. Canel Çınarbaş, D. Albayrak Kaymak, and Z. H. SART, Disability and Discrimination: Microaggression Experiences of People with Disabilities in Turkey. 2022.