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Uncovering the relationship between student engagement and organizational culture in a public university in Turkey
Borhan, Ersan.; Emil, Serap; Department of Educational Administration and Planning Education (2020)
Student engagement has become a seminal phenomenon in recent higher education studies since it is associated with both desirable student outcomes and the quality of higher education policies and practices. It is defined as...
Routes and communications in late Roman and Byzantine Anatolia (ca. 4th-9th centuries a.d.)
Kaya, Tülin; Özgenel, Lale; Department of Settlement Archaeology. (2020)
This study presents a framework to evaluate the impacts of administrative/political and economic structures of the late Roman and Byzantine period on the use of routes and status of cities in Asia Minor. The studies that l...
Analysis of alternative rock scene through feminist standpoint
Bostancı Kutlu, Elif Cere; Ecevit, Fatma Yıldız; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2020)
Music, as a social field, is affected by the patriarchal practices which are relevant in society. As an outcome of these practices: the knowledge regarding women’s experiences is being transmitted either insufficiently or ...
The construction of masculinity at school from the perspective of high school male students
Kırıkışla, Esra; Engin Demir, Cennet; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2020)
This study aims to investigate the construction of high school boys’ masculinities in school setting and to reveal what side the school takes and how it positions itself in the process of fictionalizing masculinities. The ...
Understanding how kurdish women are transferring agricultural knowledge about local seeds to the next generations from ecofeminist perspective: a case study of doski cucumber
Güngör Tekbaş, Rubar; Gündüz Hoşgör, Ayşe.; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2020)
Rural women play an important role in preserving local seeds and transmitting them to the next generation. In order to understand how the seeds are transmitted by women, this thesis focuses on the seed of a cucumber, which...
Is it possible to construct a feminist judgmental process: the women’s court of Sarajevo
Kuranel, Pınar; Bahçecik, Şerif Onur; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2019)
In this study, research is going to be conducted on the possibility of constructing a feminist judgmental process by examining a real-life example: The Women's Court of Sarajevo. Liberal law systems and judgmental processe...
An Analysis of the effects of urban migration on intergenerational gender roles of alevi women in the case of Dışlık village
Şimşek, Deniz; Zırh, Besim Can; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2019)
The aim of this study is to examine the changes caused by urban migration on the intergenerational gender roles of Alevi women with a focus on their marriage, care-giving, participation in the labour force and educational ...
Construction of woman hood through fıtrat, the case of female preachers in Turkey
Ergin, Betül; Saktanber, Ayşe Nur; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2020)
This thesis aims to analyze how womanhood has been constructed with the concept of fıtrat through the professional activities of female preachers who work at Diyanet İşleri Başkanlığı. The main objective of the study is to...
The dark triad and counterproductive work behaviors: organizational culture as a moderator
Gülerdi, Melis; Toker, Yonca; The Department of Psychology (2020)
Taking the frequency and cost of the counterproductive work behaviors (CWBs) into account, it is crucial for recruiters and leaders in the workplace to understand the mechanisms and factors that facilitate the emergence of...