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Third-Country Participation to the European Union's CSDP: Turkey's CSDP Journey through Operations and Missions
Ergün, Şeyda Nur; Torun, Zerrin; Department of European Studies (2022-10)
The European Union has been moving towards strategic autonomy for years, and this effort has recently been more obvious. The EU's most visible actions in "global actorness" are arguably crisis management missions/operation...
THE JOINT EFFECT OF WORD FREQUENCY AND OUTPUT INTERFERENCE IN RECOGNITION MEMORY: TEST OF A MODEL PREDICTION
Dedetaş, Hatice; Kılıç Özhan, Aslı; Department of Psychology (2022-5-10)
Output interference (OI) is defined as a decline in memory performance throughout the test. Different models have separate explanations for OI. For item noise models, OI results from encoding during the test. When items ar...
Cryptocurrency trading and addiction: a psychoanalytic study
Yurtkuran, Ahmet Tarık; Gençöz, Faruk; Maraş, Ayşen; Department of Psychology (2022-5)
The purpose of this research is to investigate how adults make sense of their subjective cryptocurrency trading experiences and to examine the relationship of these experiences with addiction. In this study, qualitative re...
THE MEDIATING ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENT IN THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PARENTAL ACCEPTANCE-REJECTION AND INTIMATE PARTNER ACCEPTANCE-REJECTION AMONG MARRIED COUPLES
Külahçıoğlu, Elçin; Department of Educational Sciences (2022-5)
Based on the Interpersonal Acceptance-Rejection Theory, the current study aimed to test a model that explores the mediating role of psychological adjustment on remembered parental acceptance-rejection and perceived intim...
Preschool Teachers' Beliefs and Self-Reported Practices Regarding Questioning as a Teaching Method: Questioning Cycle and Question Types
İnönü, Gamze Nur; Demircan, Hasibe Özlen; Department of Early Childhood Education (2022-5)
The present study investigated preschool teachers’ beliefs and self-reported practices regarding questioning as a teaching method and its two strategies: questioning cycle components (planning questions, asking questions, ...
The impact of individual differences on executives’ use of intuitive decision-making style: the moderating role of Covid-19 anxiety syndrome
Erdoğan, Melisa Pırıl; Acar, Feride Pınar; Department of Business Administration (2022-5)
This study has two purposes: (1) to investigate direct relationships between individual differences namely age, gender, education level, psychological capital, risk propensity, affective orientation and executives’ use of ...
WHY DOES TURKEY PRIORITIZES ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS (ASEAN) COOPERATION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA RELATIONS?
Abanozoğlu, Merve Naz; Bağcı, Hüseyin; Department of International Relations (2022-5)
The thesis' main aim is to focus on the relations between Turkey and Southeast Asia region in the historical sense. The thesis gives importance to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which was established o...
Early Childhood Teachers' Beliefs and Self-reported Practices about Circle Time
Mumcuoğlu, Ayşenur; Demircan, Hasibe Özlen; Department of Early Childhood Education (2022-5)
The aim of the study is to investigate in service early childhood teachers’ beliefs and self-reported practices about circle time. In this study, explanatory sequential mixed method design which comprises quantitative part...
CREATING COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT IN HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING: AN ANALYSIS OF TURKEY
Nuhoğlu, Gökçe; Aydınoğlu, Arsev Umur; Department of Science and Technology Policy Studies (2022-5)
The use of High-Performance Computing (HPC) has become vital not only in computer science but also in many scientific areas ranging from Covid-19 studies to space sciences. Thus, although HPC is at the heart of many small ...
PROTECTION OF UNACCOMPANIED AND SEPARATED MIGRANT CHILDREN UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW
Kara, Habibe; Torun, Zerrin; Department of International Relations (2022-5)
The number of children migrating alone or becoming unaccompanied or separated during and after their perilous journey has dramatically increased in recent years. Several reasons such as the desire to access to better livin...
A Mobile Teacher Professional Development Course on Digital Game-Enhanced Language Learning
Başoğlu, Emrah Baki; Akkuş Çakır, Nur; Department of Curriculum and Instruction (2022-4-21)
The purpose of this design and development research study was to develop a mobile teacher professional development (mTPD) course on Digital Game-Enhanced Language Learning (DGELL) and to evaluate this course by investigati...
HOUSING AS A LOCUS OF CAPITAL ACCUMULATION AND HEGEMONY: TOWARDS A METHODOLOGICAL AND THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL AND LOCAL LEVEL DYNAMICS IN TURKEY
Poyraz, Ufuk; Şengül, Hüseyin Tarık; Department of Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments (2022-4-13)
There is a tendency to focus on micro or macro levels in the current housing literature. On the one hand, victimisation experiences and coping strategies of individuals or local housing markets’ dynamics are prioritised, t...
Academic dishonesty among undergraduate students: Predicting the role of academic moral disengagement and academic motivation in academic dishonesty
Köfünyeli, Kerime; Çapa Aydın, Yeşim; Department of Educational Sciences (2022-4-7)
The purpose of the study was to develop a thorough understanding of academic dishonesty in undergraduate students. Data were collected from 442 undergraduate students from a state university in Ankara with Academic Motivat...
Construction of narrative worlds in mimetic and anti-mimetic fiction: A critical reading of Possible Worlds Theory
Doğan Aslantatar, Sadenur; Öztabak Avcı, Elif; Department of English Literature (2022-4)
This study explores the construction of narrative worlds in mimetic and anti-mimetic fiction through a critical reading of Possible Worlds Theory. A canonical example of mimetic fiction, Charles Dickens’ David Copperfield ...
Devrim ve Savaş: Osmanlı Geçiş Döneminin Uluslararası Bağlantıları
Göçer Akder, Derya (2022-04-01)
Beginning of the 20th century witnessed revolutions and wars. As the region faces such episodes again, assessing the influence of global politics on domestic context remains crucial. Inspired the International Historical S...
Challenging the Liberal Establishment and Consolidating the Authoritarian Regime: Comparing Populism(s) in Contemporary Western Europe and Russia
Çelov, İgor; Deveci, Cem; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2022-3-25)
The concept of populism has become particularly salient in the academic debates of recent years. Yet, there are few cross-regional studies of the populist phenomena. Comparisons of populism across qualitatively different p...
A CLARIFICATORY DEFENSE OF ELIMINATIVE MATERIALISM
Tümkaya, Serdal; David, Grünberg; Department of Philosophy (2022-3-18)
This dissertation aims to clarify the true meaning, scope, and target of eliminative materialism (EM). Though its name suggests that the position tells us to empty the content of mind, the real lesson of EM is that folk ps...
EFL INSTRUCTORS' EMOTIONS AND EMOTIONAL LABOR STRATEGIES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN TURKEY
Kemaloğlu, Nazlınur; Gündüz, Müge; Department of English Language Teaching (2022-3-17)
This explanatory sequential mixed methods study investigated beginning and experienced English language instructors’ emotions that they demonstrated, emotional labor strategies they used during interaction with their stude...
THE EFFECT OF CRITERION SHIFTS ON FAMILIARITY AND RECOLLECTION IN RECOGNITION MEMORY
Erbaş, Zeynep; Kılıç Özhan, Aslı; Department of Psychology (2022-3-17)
Familiarity and recollection refer to memory processes that are engaged during recognition judgments. A task that is widely used to operationalize these processes is the remember-know task. In this thesis, it was aimed to ...
LIMITS TO THE CREATIVE CLASS: CREATIVE CITY AND DEPROFESSIONALISATION OF YOUNG ARCHITECTS IN TURKEY
Toprak, İsmail Ömer; Şengül, Hüseyin Tarık; Department of Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments (2022-3-14)
The contradictory location of intellectual labor today brings before us a picture in which they are being dragged into two contradictory directions. On the one hand qualified/educated labor widely experiences some form of ...
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