Clientelist relations in urban sphere: A Turkish case

Şahin, Savaş Zafer


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Participant centred learning in management education: the case for learning in Turkey
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Current research into participant centred learning (PCL) has identified that management education is often criticized for being "repositories of multiple frameworks that are not tightly integrated and are aging rapidly" (Mahoney & McGahan, 2007, p. 86). Others have voiced concerns with regard to the lack of effectiveness of strategic management education (Jarzabkowski & Kaplan, 2015; Porter & McKibbin, 1988; Mintzberg & Gosling, 2002). This has led to increasingly frequent calls for more relevant and practi...
Religiosity, self-monitoring and political participation : a research on university students
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Citation Formats
S. Z. Şahin, “Clientelist relations in urban sphere: A Turkish case,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.