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SECURITY GAP AND PARADIGM SHIFT ON THE AXIS OF TURKEYS TRANSFORMING SYRIA POLICY
Özatıcı, Kadir Cenk; Bağcı, Hüseyin; Kale Lack, Başak; Department of International Relations (2023-1-25)
This thesis analyzes the mutually interacting relationship between Turkey’s changing Syria policy, border security deficiencies and the comprehensive security challenges of Turkey between 2011 and 2019. From the very begin...
FORM AND MEANING OF THE NEOLITHIC ROUND STRUCTURES IN THE NEAR EAST AND EUROPE
Çelik, Sümeyye; Peker, Ali Uzay; Department of History of Architecture (2023-1-20)
Working on similar evidence, architectural history and archaeology are two fields that have much in common. This thesis analyses Near Eastern and European Neolithic round structures to explore further this commonality. Avo...
LEGAL PLURALISM IN THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON REFUGEE PROTECTION: THE CASE OF LESVOS
Dalkiran, Muge; Kale, Başak; Department of Area Studies (2023-1-17)
As a complex legal regime, asylum regime is consisted of multiple level laws, norms, regulations, institutions, and actors. This complexity leads to multifaceted interactions among different actors and situations where leg...
EDUCATION AND SOCIO-SPATIAL CLOSURE: TWO CASES OF POPULAR PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN ANKARA
Gürtunca, Aslı; Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal; Department of Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments (2023-1-9)
The study, focusing on school as a locus of social exclusion, questions the persistence of inequalities in education, more specifically public school differentiation regarding educational quality and prestige. Contrary to ...
PERCEPTIONS OF TURKEY AND FRANCE IN WEST AFRICA: THE CASES OF MALIAN AND SENEGALESE STUDENTS IN TURKEY
Dalar, Zekeriyya; Bağcı, Hüseyin; Department of International Relations (2023-1-9)
This study aims to disclose perceptions of Turkey and France in West Africa within the framework of soft power and public diplomacy. Furthermore, the study questions Turkey’s and France’s prospects on the continent in the ...
ALTERNATIVES FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION'S NATURAL GAS DEPENDENCY ON RUSSIA
Kalafat, Kaan; Torun, Zerrin; Department of European Studies (2023-1-06)
Even after the withdrawal of the United Kingdom, the European Union -as a single market- is still among the biggest economies in the world. However, retaining and expanding this economy is a big hurdle to tackle due to the...
A THEORETICAL APPROACH TO THE ECONOMY IN THE TRANSITION FROM THE LATE BRONZE AGE TO THE IRON AGE IN CENTRAL ANATOLIA
Karakoç, Şakir; Erciyas, Deniz Burcu; Department of Settlement Archaeology (2023-1-04)
This thesis is an attempt to understand the economic structure in Central Anatolia from the Late Bronze Age to the Iron Age. For this purpose, seven settlements located in Central Anatolia were selected. Gordion, Kerkenes,...
THE RISE OF CHINA: THE TAIWAN QUESTION, THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE AND OFFENSIVE STRUCTURAL REALISM
Kızılaslan, Kaan Talha; Tayfur, Mehmet Fatih; Department of International Relations (2023-1-3)
Offensive structural realists try to predict and interpret the actions of states in the anarchical international system based on the characteristics of this system. According to them, a rising great power will start to beh...
AN EVALUATION OF SPACE SYNTAX METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONTEXT: CASE OF MILETUS
Uluçay, Onur Alp; Erciyas, Deniz Burcu; Department of Settlement Archaeology (2023-1-02)
The Miletus street network has been subject to studies since the initial excavations that took place in the late 19th century. In light of recent geophysical research since the 90s, the street network has been defined more...
The Relationship between Student Engagement and Satisfaction in Higher Education
Çalışkan, Zehra; Kondakçı, Yaşar; Department of Educational Sciences (2023-1-2)
Student engagement is vital for achievement in higher education, and it is a direct way to academic success, cumulative learning, and constructive behavior in the long term. However, there is limited empirical research tha...
Global Governance of Policies Regarding NEETs and the Case of Turkey
Ertürk, Senem; Aybars, Ayşe İdil; Department of Social Policy (2023-1)
Young people who are neither in education, employment or training (NEET) has emerged as a social policy problem in the last ten years around the world. Having emerged in the Great Britain by the end of 1990s and been adop...
TRANSFORMATION OF THE IMMIGRATION POLICIES IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE TEMPORARY PROTECTION STATUS IN TURKEY AND COLOMBIA
Aynagöz, İrem; Topal Yılmaz, Aylin; Department of Latin and North American Studies (2023-1)
Since the early 2010s, the world has been experiencing significant immigration movements with serious consequences. As the countries most affected by these movements, Colombia and Turkey faced the urgency of designing and ...
Political truth, epistemological challenges of populism and post-truth
Kerem, Özcan; Grıffıth, James Edmond Carr; Department of Philosophy (2023-1)
This thesis explores the place of truth in our contemporary public discourse and the epistemological challenges it faces. It takes a look at the perceived distortion of factual reality in the form of increased lies and unt...
FACTORS THAT ARE ASSOCIATED WITH WILLINGNESS TO BE VACCINATED AND THE PERCEIVED EFFECTIVENESS OF VACCINES FROM ABROAD AND LOCAL VACCINES
Bilgen, Emine; Öner-Özkan, Bengi; Department of Psychology (2023-1)
The aim of this study is to examine the factors that predict people's vaccination decisions and the perceived effectiveness of vaccines developed and produced abroad and vaccines developed and produced in Turkey. 67.6% of ...
The association between parenting practices and peer rejection, moderated by sensory processing sensitivity of the child
Anaçali, Elif; Kazak Berument, Sibel; Department of Psychology (2023-1)
The current study aims to investigate the relationships between parenting dimensions (acceptance, behavioral and psychological control) and peer rejection of children and adolescents from 5th to 11th grade (Nfemale = 1741,...
Peasantry and rural resistance in the 21st century Turkey: the case of Çiftçi-Sen
Medeiros Ribeiro, José Duarte; Hoşgör, Hatice Ayşe; Department of Sociology (2023-1)
In Turkey, the neoliberal transformation of agriculture which started in the 1980s has been catalyzed since the beginning of the 21st century by the governing party extractivist ideology of a commodified countryside. While...
THE ROLE OF SCHOLARSHIPS IN PUBLIC DIPLOMACY ACTIVITIES: EXAMPLES OF FULBRIGHT AND CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS
Sevinç, Özgenur; Torun, Zerrin; Department of International Relations (2023-1)
States rest on public diplomacy efforts to showcase their assets, create positive image in the eyes of foreign publics and gain support for their domestic or foreign policies. Public diplomacy efforts include transmitting ...
THE EFFECTS OF EXTROVERTED AND INTROVERTED PERSONALITY TRAITS ON THE LOCKDOWN EXPERIENCE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Alkan, Defne; Öner Özkan, Bengi; Department of Psychology (2023-1)
The purpose of this research is to understand more closely the effect of an individual's extroversion and introversion personality traits on their experiences during the quarantine and social isolation period experienced d...
Effect of imagined contact on relationship between ideological attitudes, perceived threat, and prejudice towards Syrians: dual process model perspective
Gül Aksoy, Büşra; Cingöz Ulu, Banu; Department of Psychology (2023-1)
Turkey has hosted millions of Syrians since 2011. Millions of Syrians came to the country in a short time. Hosts in Turkey were not prepared to face with this mass influx. Therefore, hosts generally reflect negative attitu...
THE IMPACTS OF THE SECOND WAR OF NAGORNO-KARABAKH CONFLICT (2020) ON THE IDENTITY CONSCIOUSNESS OF IRANIAN AZERBAIJANIS
Farrokhpour, Aida; Kuşçu Bonnenfant, Işık; Department of International Relations (2022-12-30)
I aim to analyze the recent war of Nagorno-Karabakh in this thesis by taking ethnic identity and violence into account as a loop where the existence of one, can affect or precisely awaken the other. The conflict of Nagorno...
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