Rural transformation at the urban fringe: a case study in Ankara metropolitan area

Bilgen, Hürriyet


Dinçer, Saadet Gökçe; Şen, Mustafa; Department of Sociology (2022-12-23)
Turkey, in the second half of the 20th century, live a big population movement from rural to urban. In this study, it is analyzed the representation of Social Realist Cinema Movement’s approach to migration from rural to urban by using the discourse analysis method. The mainly New-Classical Theory: Push and Pull Theory is chosen to understand some sociological concepts represented in the selected films. The concepts identify the representations of the domestic migration from 1964 to 1986 in the social reali...
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The primary aim of this study is to explore the connection between rural - urban migration and unemployment in Turkey and examine whether this internal migration has an effect on increasing the unemployment rates. By using Two Stage Least Squares (2SLS) panel data techniques and fully identifying these very concepts: migration from rural areas to urban areas, unemployment and internal migrations effects on the unemployment, an attention will be taken to the (negative) impact of internal migration on unemplo...
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Al asali, M. Wesam ; Shahin, Iyas (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2016-10-12)
This paper investigates the positive role traditional architecture can play during reconstruction, particularly in rural Syria, and highlights the effective impact cultural and social participation have on the process. In addition to exploring the possibilities offered by traditional architecture and its implementation within the strategic vision of reconstruction, this research also takes into account the authenticity of rural society and the diversity of urban identity in Syria. This article consists of ...
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The concept of “rural” and definition of “rural area” had been controversial since they appear on the literature. Even though rural has been assumed as the opposite of the urban for a long period of time, these two terms are not the opposite but the complementary terms. Therefore, rural development is not an effort to transfer rural areas into urban. Moreover, rural area definition has been evolved by governments, international organizations, and academicians throughout the time. Consequently, development o...
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H. Bilgen, “Rural transformation at the urban fringe: a case study in Ankara metropolitan area,” Middle East Technical University, 1986.