The Dynamics of living together and abstaining from conflict: A case study of Nusayri Alawite,Arab cristian and Armenian communities in Hatay

Dogruel, Fulya


Tanış Zaferoğlu, Duygu; Rittersberger, Helga İda; Department of Sociology (2022-2-04)
This Ph.D. dissertation analyses the role of political activists in a local space in terms of creating counter-hegemonic practices based on field research carried in Tuzluçayır in Ankara/Turkey. In this sense, the role of the organic intellectuals in a specific neighborhood as driving forces of a potential counter-hegemony is questioned through operationalizing the Gramscian concepts hegemony, counter-hegemony and organic intellectuals. The main question is what is the role of the organic intellectuals in a...
The Experiences of refugee women: findings from a community-based participatory research
Güler, Elif Tuğçe; Gökalp, Gökçe; Department of Educational Sciences (2019)
This study explored the experiences of refugee women in Turkey by employing a qualitative methodology. The researcher was aimed to understand the experiences of refugee women by collecting data related to their vulnerabilities, resilience, and the role of gender. The semi-structural in-depth interviews combined with anecdotal records conducted with refugee women (n=7, M=23.71) who resettled in a small city in the Black Sea Region of Turkey. The interpretative phenomenological analysis was utilized with the ...
The Role of sociocultural practices in the transformation and re-structuring of streets: a case study of bağdat street in İstanbul
Lotfata, Aynaz; Ataöv Demirkan, Anlı; Tekeli, İlhan; Department of City and Regional Planning (2014)
Urban space, as a sociocultural phenomenon, is (re)constructed as a result of changes in the contextual attributes, from global to local scales. Contemporary urban spaces are involved in inter- disciplinary development and transformation aimed at creating a living, resistant and inclusive place. The large Turkish cities should take advantage of the inter-disciplinary development with the increasing complexity of socio-economic and spatial relations. This study hypothesizes that the sociocultural reality of ...
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Çınar, Süleyman Kürşat (2018-01-01)
This article analyses the state and determinants of women's empowerment in Turkey, based on an extensive and representative survey with more than 100,000 participants. It creates an original index of women's self-perceived empowerment, which incorporates empowerment measures on health, education, income, social life, and personal care and conducts multilevel analysis that integrates effects of individual-level factors with contextual, locality-specific forces. Multilevel analysis confirms the nested nature ...
The relationship between religiosity and crime : a case study on university students in Turkey
Güneş, Tacettin; Mutlu, Kayhan; Department of Sociology (2003)
This is a study on social control functions of religion through analyzing the relationship between religiosity and crime. It aims to examine the relationship between religiosity and crime by examining the ءsocial control functions̕ of religion on formal and informal social control mechanisms that constitute main crime prevention factors of societies. As a set of values, religion has a social control function that constitutes a pressure to make members of a religion behave in accordance with the rules of tha...
Citation Formats
F. Dogruel, “The Dynamics of living together and abstaining from conflict: A case study of Nusayri Alawite,Arab cristian and Armenian communities in Hatay,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.