Mapping Özal's new right hegemonic project

Akdoğan, A. Argun


Theoretical aporia of Islamic liberalism: the case of lockean liberalism
Canbegi, Halil İbrahim; Okyayuz, Mehmet; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2019)
Even though the historical background of discussions on “Islamic liberalism” dates back to colonisation of Muslim-majority countries between 19th and 20th centuries, these debates have become much more visible both in academia and media in the post-Arab spring period. In this period, proponents of “Islamic liberalism” have predominantly taken Lockean liberalism as a model and they have even equated former with the latter. This thesis thereby critically evaluates the theoretical and conceptual framework of “...
Comparison of different spatial resolution images for polygon-based crop mapping
Özdarıcı, Aslı; Türker, Mustafa; Department of Geodetic and Geographical Information Technologies (2005)
Polygon-based classification applied on the unitemporal SPOT4 XS, SPOT5 XS, IKONOS XS, QuickBird XS and QuickBird Pansharpaned (PS) images is described. The study site is an agricultural area located near Karacabey, Turkey covering an area of about 95 km2. The objective was to assess the effect of the spatial resolution on the polygon-based classification of agricultural crops. Both the post-polygon and pre-polygon classifications were carried out. In the post-polygon classification, first, the images were ...
Ecevit's conception of nationalism: a unique position or a syncretic vision?
Konuralp, Emrah; Ayata, Ayşe; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2009)
This thesis is the analysis of Bülent Ecevit’s conception of nationalism. It also involves a review of contemporary theories of nationalism and academic works on nationalism in Turkey. The thesis is organised as analysis of Ecevit’s nationalism within time intervals in order to elaborate on the consistency of his conception nationalism along his long political life. The major source for analysis is Ecevit’s speeches in the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, his books, articles and declarations. In this sens...
Transformed landscapes and a transnational identity of class: Narratives on (post-)industrial landscapes in Europe
Meier, Lars; Aytekin, Erden Attila (SAGE Publications, 2019-01-01)
Based on 222 qualitative interviews conducted through a large ethnographic research project on transformed industrial landscapes in six countries, the main argument of the article is threefold. First, landscapes and narratives about past and present landscapes are relevant to the identity of class; second, the transformation of industrial landscapes is most emphatically expressed by nostalgia; third, the narratives are a transnationally constitutive element of class identity. The narratives of workers about...
Challenging Geographical Disadvantages and Social Exclusion: A Case Study of Gendered Rural Transformation in Mountain Villages in the Western Black Sea Region of Turkey
Him, Miki Suzuki; Hoşgör, Hatice Ayşe (Wiley, 2019-07-01)
This article discusses the gender-specific effect of the changing economic structure of mountain villages in Turkey. Rural women, who are conventionally unpaid family workers, have begun entering into off-farm work due to declining household incomes in recent years. The implications of this for gender relations are found to be contradictory in much recent research. In this study, we employed the concepts of the hybridity of rural communities and the multiplicity of social exclusion in a globalising countrys...
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A. A. Akdoğan, “Mapping Özal’s new right hegemonic project ,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2001.