European National Identities. Elements, Transitions, Conflicts



"Prospective-Turks" or "Pseudo-Citizens:" Kurds in Turkey
Yegen, Mesut (2009-09-01)
This article explores the public images and citizenship status of Turkish-citizen Kurds in Turkey Kurds in Turkey mostly have been seen as prospective-Turks and accordingly have been subject to the assimilationist practices of citizenship throughout the Republican period. However; recent signs suggest that this image and status of the Kurds are not as secure as they once were. Kurds are now perceived by many as pseudo-citizens. A historical reading of citizenship practices it? Turkey indicates that this cha...
Foreign investment in producer services - The Turkish experience in the post-1980 period
Tokatli, N; Erkip, F (1998-02-01)
Since 1980, Turkey has been changing its growth strategy from protectionist import substitution to one more market-oriented and outward looking. As the restructuring has unfolded, the domestic market has opened up to foreigners. This paper discusses the increasing involvement in the economy of producer service firms with foreign capital. We describe 278 such firms: when they entered the Turkish market, their countries of origin (mostly European Community countries), industry groups and ownership structure. ...
European integration as colonial discourse
Polat, Necati (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2011-07-01)
A not infrequent musing on the growing European integration is that the process may signal a historic discontinuity with the logic and functioning of the modern state, forming an alternative to the Westphalian order. This article takes issue with this notion, holding that, more accurately, the interaction in Europe between the currents of post-national integration and the nation-state may have reduced the integrated Europe to a mere parody of the nation-state. In articulating this argument, the article draw...
Democracy in modern Iran: Islam, culture and political change
Özçetin, Burak (2011-09-01)
Cosmopolitanism and nationalism in a globalized world
Yegenoglu, M (Informa UK Limited, 2005-01-01)
The disenfranchised subaltern groups of the South disappear from the current Anglo-American cultural studies discourse on globalization as their conditions are made synonymous with the diasporas in the First World centres. However, if we do not take the metropolitan situation as the sole important site of transnationality, but turn our attention to the lives of subaltern groups in the South we will gather a different picture of globalization. The essay discusses the various ways in which cosmopolitanism is ...
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Z. Torun, “European National Identities. Elements, Transitions, Conflicts,” EUROPE-ASIA STUDIES, pp. 1504–1506, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: