Analysis of a tied-back wall: a case study.

Ergin, İpek


Analysis of the narrative constructed around products : a case study on tupperware products
Karademir Arun, Banu; Işık Tüneri, Figen; Department of Industrial Design (2007)
This study primarily aims to examine the ways in which the social and cultural meanings are utilized to construct a narrative around a product. Thus, a narrative analysis is employed by conducting a case study on Tupperware products, mainly due to the recognition that a comprehensive narrative, which is elaborated by social and cultural meanings, is constructed around Tupperware products because of the unique retailing technique.
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Analysis of water distribution networks using information systems.
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Analysis of science curriculum and textbooks in terms of sustainable development goals: a case study
Tatlılıoğlu, Eda; Teksöz, Gaye; Department of Mathematics and Science Education (2019)
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) will provide individuals to gain the perspectives of value, ethics, foreseen and long-term decision making on our future. Necessary knowledge and behavior related to Sustainable Development (SD) can be acquired with the help of education. Curriculum, on the other hand, can help students gain competences related to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as well as guide them to achieve the goals of SD. Accordingly, equipping individuals of the future citizens with co...
Analysis of the role of the european union as a foreign and security policy actor in the post-9/11 era : The Middle East peace process
Kaya, Taylan Özgür; Kahraman, Sevilay; Department of International Relations (2010)
The purpose of the thesis is to analyze the role of the EU as a foreign and security policy actor in the post-9/11 international security environment. The thesis investigates the congruity between the role that the EU aspires to play as a foreign and security actor (role conception) and its actual foreign and security policy actions and decisions (role performance) in a specific case of the Middle East Peace Process (MEPP) in the post-9/11 era. The role conceptions of the EU are identified by analyzing the ...
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İ. Ergin, “ Analysis of a tied-back wall: a case study.,” Middle East Technical University, 1993.