Graduate School of Social Sciences, Thesis

Browse
Search within this collection:

Filters

Entity Type
Thesis (6398)

Has File(s)
Yes (6069)
No (329)

Author
Aslan, Murat (4)
Oğuz, Eser Deniz (3)
Özdemir, Fatih (3)
Acar, Sibel (2)
Adal, Elif Ece (2)

Subject
Social Sciences and Humanities (478)
Psychology M.S. thesis (367)
General Social Sciences. (253)
English language (139)
Psychology Phd thesis (124)

Date Issued
1960 - 1979 (32)
1980 - 1999 (1173)
2000 - 2019 (4479)
2020 - 2022 (712)

Item Type
Master Thesis (5001)
Ph.D. Thesis (1394)
Thesis (3)

Recent Submissions

HISTORY EDUCATION AND FORMATION OF LARGE GROUP IDENTITIES: PORTRAYAL OF TURKISH AND EUROPEAN IDENTITIES IN TURKISH HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY TEXTBOOKS
Kılıç, Tuğçe; Torun, Zerrin; Department of International Relations (2022-9-30)
Social identity theory explains how identities form, how intergroup relations work and why out-group bias and in-group favoritism are observed. History is also pointed out as an indispensable ingredient of identity formati...
Everyday Nationalism in Turkey: Construction of Turkishness in Nevşehir
Ravanoğlu Yılmaz, Sezen; Çırakman Deveci, Aslı; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2022-9-28)
This thesis aims to understand in a period in which Islamist and ethnic nationalism become a dominant paradigm in Turkish politics, in a small- sized nationalist and conservative central Anatolian city, Nevşehir. Right-win...
THE TRANSFORMATION OF TURKISH AGRICULTURAL POLICIES BY THE EFFECTS OF REFORMS DRIVEN BY INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL DYNAMICS AFTER 1980
DEDE, İLKNUR; Okyayuz, Mehmet; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2022-9-27)
In this thesis building an integrated policy view on the peasant question and the necessities of the structural transformation of development, a multidimensional policy analysis is carried out on Turkish agricultural polic...
EXPLORING THE EXPERIENCES OF MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS COMBINING WORK AND SCHOOL: A CRITICAL ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY
BAKIRCI, BURAKCAN; ENGİN, CENNET; Department of Curriculum and Instruction (2022-9-27)
The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore experiences of the students working on the farm in and the role of school in their lives from the perspectives of students, parents, and teachers. A middle school was ch...
MODELING ELECTRICITY MARKETS BY INTEGRATING RENEWABLE ENERGY
PAKYARDIM, YUSUF KENAN; Gaygısız Lajunen, Esma; Department of Economics (2022-9-27)
Sustainability concerns arising from anthropogenic climate change necessitated fundamental changes in the electricity sector. As set out in the 2015 Paris Agreement, the key element to deal with the threat posed by climate...
The Gezi Protests: Between Carnivalesque and Prefiguration
Salman, Sinan; Ertuğrul, Kürşad; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2022-9-26)
This study analyzes the protest forms and practices of social movements built on the practice of occupying public spaces between 2011 and 2013 in the backdrop of the snowballing protest wave that began in 2008. It first tr...
HOW PRINTERIES IN ANKARA MAKE SENSE OF THE RISKS BROUGHT BY COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A CASE STUDY OF RISK SENSEMAKING
Üçpınar, Yiğit Dağlar; Topal, Çağrı; Department of Business Administration (2022-9-25)
The main objective of this study is to investigate how printeries in Ankara understand the new risks brought by pandemic and how they make sense of them. In this study, we used data collected from 20 top managers or owners...
The Evolution of National Identity and Nationalism in Azerbaijan (1900-2018)
Guliyeva, Narmin; Ergun Özbolat, Ayça; Department of Sociology (2022-9-22)
The de- and re-construction of national identity have been accelerated in Azerbaijan since the fall of the Soviet Union thanks to which Azerbaijan emerged as an independent nation-state. Azerbaijanism has been promulgated ...
Hip-Hop in the Neoliberal Era: Turkish Rap Music Community in Turkey
Demirel, Sinem; Çakmur, Barış; Department of Media and Cultural Studies (2022-9-22)
Hip-hop, which spread from the American ghettos to the whole world and entered our daily lives, aroused an echo in Turkey with its popularity in Germany. The main emphasis of this study is on hip-hop's subjects, the hip-ho...
ONLINE COUNSELING: WHAT DO CLIENTS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELORS EXPERIENCE AND THINK?
Pulat, Metin; Barutçu Yıldırım, Kadriye Funda; Department of Educational Sciences (2022-9-21)
This study examined clients' and psychological counselors' experiences, views, and suggestions regarding online counseling. Participants were approached through criterion sampling method. Those who experienced at least eig...
Investigating Preschoolers' Self-Care Behaviors: Teacher and Parent Reports
Altaş, Elif Naz; Demircan, Hasibe Özlen; Department of Early Childhood Education (2022-9-21)
The purpose of the study was to investigate and compare teachers’ and parents’ beliefs about children’s self-care behaviors considering child (age, gender, having sibling), parent (socioeconomic status) and teacher-related...
Forms Of Capital And Education: The Case Of Janitors’ Families In Büyükçekmece, Istanbul
Çoğal, Cennet Funda; Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2022-9-20)
This thesis examines the janitor's family's motivation to attend higher education even though their economic capital has remained the same. Since it is known that the transformation of economic capital accumulation cannot ...
DAIMONION OF DASEIN: A DISCUSSION ON HEIDEGGER’S GODS AND A POSSIBLE RELATION BETWEEN GODS AND ANGST (ANXIETY)
Bayazit, Yıldırım; Karademir, Aret; Department of Philosophy (2022-9-20)
“Only a god can save us,” says Heidegger. On the other hand, “by existence, Heidegger meant the search for God,” says Hans-Georg Gadamer. However, Heidegger’s book, Being and Time, is devoted to the inquiry of existence bu...
Linking Feminist Representations with Identity Presentations on Twitter
Demir, Şule; Cingöz Ulu, Banu; Department of Psychology (2022-9-20)
The feminist movement maintains its importance at a time when femicides never decreased, and violence against women is still one of the important items on the agenda. Considering the benefits that gender equality will prov...
Representations of Environmental Literacy: A content analysis of picture storybooks for 48-72-month-old children
Özgül, Tuba; Olgan, Refika; Department of Elementary Education (2022-9-20)
This study aimed to investigate the representations of Environmental Literacy components, including environmental knowledge, affective dispositions toward the environment, environmentally responsible behaviors, and environ...
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS TOWARDS THE USE OF ICT INTEGRATION IN TEACHER EDUCATION AND DIGITAL GAME-BASED LEARNING
Gündoğdu, Nezaket Sema; Akkuş-Çakır, Nur; Department of Curriculum and Instruction (2022-9-19)
The purpose of this study was to explain the relationship between pre-service teachers’ perception of ICT strategies used in teacher education programs to prepare pre-service teachers for technology integration and the p...
THE DYNAMICS BEHIND REFUGEE AND ASYLUM POLICY MAKING IN TURKEY: MASS REFUGEE MOVEMENTS FROM BULGARIA AND IRAQ
Bozer, Gizem; Kale Lack, Başak; Department of International Relations (2022-9-19)
The study aims to analyse the factors that affected Motherland Party’s policy responses to the mass refugee flows that originated in Bulgaria and Iraq between 1988 and 1991. The research closely examines the parallels and ...
THE MAKING OF EUROPEAN HEGEMONIC ORDER: HEGEMONIC STRUGGLES THROUGH FOOTBALL
IRGALI, CAN; ŞENYUVA, ÖZGEHAN; Department of International Relations (2022-9-14)
This thesis investigates the hegemonic struggles in European football. This study aims to unfold how the global popularity of sport, specifically football have been utilized by various actors both with in/out the global fi...
TERTIARY LEVEL ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTORS’ EXPERIENCES OF ONLINE EDUCATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THEIR SUGGESTIONS FOR IN-SERVICE AND PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS
Kıyan, Şebnem; Savaş, Perihan; Department of English Language Teaching (2022-9-14)
This study aimed to investigate English language instructors’ experiences and suggestions on online education due to COVID-19 pandemic in their educational setting. Forty-seven English language instructors at an English-me...
DOES THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OF IMMIGRANTS CHANGE THE IMPORTANCE OF NATIONAL IDENTITY MARKERS IN TÜRKİYE?
Özakay, Özgün; Cingöz Ulu, Banu; Department of Psychology (2022-9-12)
The present study aimed to investigate whether the individuals changed their criteria of being Turkish and whether their prejudice was changed when they encountered immigrants from different backgrounds. Participants read ...
Citation Formats