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Linguistic authenciticy and butlerian performativity of suicide in selected plays of the 1990s
Ronaghzadeh, Samindokht; Alpakın Martınez Caro, Dürrin; Department of English Literature (2021-6-04)
The theme of suicide carries an intense force of performance and persuasion and can be studied regarded as being both free from the text and dependent on the text. Being both imprisoned by and liberated from ...
ESSAYS ON CAPITAL STRUCTURE IN TURKEY
Kalkan, Sarp; Oran, Adil; Department of Business Administration (2021-4-29)
This dissertation attempts to find answers to three research questions related to Turkish firms’ capital structure. Employing a relatively more comprehensive data set, possible factors that characterize capital structures ...
Man to Man: Understanding Hegemonic Masculinity in Turkey through Homosocial Interactions
Yunusoğlu, Enver; Ecevit, Fatma Yıldız; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2021-4-27)
The aim of the current study is to understand hegemonic masculinity in Turkey by examining homosocial interactions between men. In order to better capture how male-male interactions contribute to hegemonic masculinity, I a...
THE RELEVANCE OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION'S HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH
Çelik, Çigdem; Alpan, Başak Zeynep; Department of European Studies (2021-4-15)
This thesis intends to understand whether the European Union (EU)’s economic integration has had an effect on the development of its human rights approach by exploring the relationship between economic integration and huma...
QUALITATIVE EXAMINATION OF PATERNAL AND MATERNAL PARENTING CONTROL IN EARLY AND MIDDLE CHILDHOOD AMONG TURKISH PARENTS
Tümer, Bahar; Şahin Acar, Başak; Sümer, Nebi; Department of Psychology (2021-4-12)
Parental Psychological Control (PPC) is generally associated with adverse developmental outcomes in childhood and adolescence in Western cultures. However recent theories and studies suggest that these effects might differ...
Turkey’s fluctuating relations with iran, 2002-2019: the regionalist perspective
Savaş Yalçınkaya, Zehra Funda; Altunışık, Meliha; Department of International Relations (2021-4-8)
This thesis examines Turkey’s fluctuatingforeign policy attitudes toward Iran between 2002-2019based on the regionalist perspective. While there was a significant improvement in Turkey’s relations with Iran ...
The Impacts of Economic Sanctions on Iranian Women
Toprak, Emine Gözde; Tür Küçükkaya, Özlem; Department of Middle East Studies (2021-4-8)
This thesis aims to analyse the impact of unilateral and multilateral economic sanctions towards Iran upon the economic, political and social lives of Iranian women. It will refle...
Designing, implementing, and evaluatİng a professİonal learning community for group exercise instructors
Mehrtash, Shabnam; İnce, Mustafa Levent; Department of Physical Education and Sports (2021-4-07)
This study aimed to develop, implement, and evaluate a Professional Learning Community (PLC) intervention for the Group Exercise Instructors (GEIs) working in a university setting "Sport for Health" program. To this end, i...
Examining the role of early adversity and temperament incognitive development and hair cortisol levels of infants
Ertekin, Zeynep; Kazak Berument, Sibel; Department of Psychology (2021-4-06)
Although early adversity, including being reared in institutional care or a low socioeconomic environment, influences children’s development negatively, not all children are affected at the same level. This thesis aims to ...
HOW VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE PERCEIVE THEIR DISABILITY: LOSS OR LACK? AN INTERPRETATIVE PHENOMENOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
Okur, Özlem; Gençöz, Tülin; Department of Psychology (2021-4-5)
Disability has been defined as an interaction between individual with impairments, social and environmental barriers that prevents their inclusion into social life. Impairment of social life can be create a lack for disabl...
A study on developing tertiary level efl learners’ intercultural sensitivity
Taşkın, Ayşe; Gürbüz, Nurdan; Department of English Language Teaching (2021-4-04)
In this era, cultural exchanges are an unavoidable part of communication and thus, intercultural sensitivity (IS) is a prerequisite to enhance communication among people from different cultures.Considering tha...
Backchannels in spoken Turkish
Aytaç Demirçivi, Kadriye; Işık Güler, Hale; Department of English Language Teaching (2021-4-01)
This study aims to identify all the non-lexical and lexical backchannels and different functions carried out by these backchannels in the Spoken Turkish Corpus. It also aims to investigate differences in the use of backcha...
STATEHOOD STRUGGLE WITHIN the CONTEXT of a PROTRACTED CONFLICT; POLITICAL ECONOMY of the TURKISH CYPRIOT CASE
Öner Tangör, Neyyire Nilgün; Yalman, Galip; Department of Area Studies (2021-4)
The Cyprus Problem was predominantly studied as a protracted conflict of clashing nationalisms and the TRNC-Turkey relation was depicted as a “dependency relation” that developed between a core and a periphery. This thesis...
An Era of Non-Strategic Alliance: Turco-American Relations, 1927-1939
Memioğlu, Yasemin; Gürsel, Bahar; Department of Latin and North American Studies (2021-4)
Upon the rejection of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce signed between Turkey and the United States in Lausanne in 1923 by the U.S. Senate in 1927, President Calvin Coolidge initiated diplomatic relations between the two co...
THE MAKING OF INDUSTRIAL SUBJECTS IN SPACES OF WORK, LIVING AND COLLECTIVITY: ESKİŞEHİR 1923-1980
Tülce Uman, Ayten Hüma; Turan Özkaya, Belgin; İmamoğlu, Bilge; Department of History of Architecture (2021-4)
State-based industry in Eskişehir was introduced by state-owned factories in the second quarter of the twentieth century. Accordingly, three large-scale industries, the railway factory, the sugar factory, and the Sümerbank...
Investigating the quality of teacher reflection and the nature of changes in the quality of teacher reflection through critical incidents analysis
Yılmaz, Elanur; Akar, Hanife; Department of Educational Sciences (2021-3-31)
This embedded mixed methods research is an investigation to explore the current status of teachers’ reflections and the role of the guided reflective practices through critical incidents analysis in the development of teac...
Fiscal decentralization in metropolitan municipalities: the Turkish case
Aksuoğlu, Okan; Şengül, Hüseyin Tarık; Applied Ethics (2021-3-21)
After 1980, so-called neoliberal transformation has prevailed in numerous countries all around the World including Turkey. Neoliberal policies did not only redesign the economic structure of the countries by displacing wel...
A Narrative inquiry into early career English language teacher identities
Taşdemir, Hanife; Seferoğlu, Gölge; Department of English Language Teaching (2021-3-19)
This narrative inquiry aims to investigate the professional identities of early career English language teachers in the Turkish state school context. It explores the ways language teacher identities are constructed through...
The social construction of childhood in the Ottoman society: a socio-legal analysis of childcare in early eighteenth-century Üsküdar
Dal, Eyüp Ensar; Tülüveli, Güçlü; Department of History (2021-3-18)
This thesis examines the concept of childhood in terms of childcare in Ottoman Üsküdar in the early eighteenth century. By using Üsküdar Sharia court records, it is aimed to conduct a socio-legal analysis of childcare as c...
"New wave" migration from Turkey: Identity, nationhood, and senses of belonging through the case of Turkish mothers in Berlin
AKSOY, YAĞMUR; ÇIRAKMAN, ASLI; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2021-3-12)
The thesis examines how the formulations of identity, nationhood, and belonging are shaped for the Turkish mothers in Berlin related to how they perceive Turkey and are affected by its socio-political context. It highlight...
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