Women, Islamism and politics in Turkey: A critical perspective



Women and the iconography of fear: Islamization in post-Islamist Turkey
Saktanber, Ayşe Nur (University of Chicago Press, 2006-09-01)
Women in Turkey: Caught between Tradition and Modernity
Beşpınar Akgüner, Fatma Umut (Routledge, 2011-01-01)
Women and ideology: Representations of women in religious and secular Turkish media
Hortacsu, N; Erturk, EM (Wiley, 2003-10-01)
The present research examined representations of women in Turkish religious and secular daily newspapers. Based on social identity theory, it was predicted that religious and secular newspapers would differ with respect to evaluative references to mother/homemaker, career woman, and vamp subtypes. Secular and religious newspapers were examined every other day for a month. Analyses reveal that secular newspapers included higher proportions of positive references to the career woman and vamp subtypes than did...
Women and socialism in Turkey: Case of Progressive Women's Organisation(ilerici Kadınlar Dernegi)
Akal, Emel; Ecevit, Yıldız; Department of Sociology (1996)
Women, Migration and Asylum in Turkey Developing Gender-Sensitivity in Migration Research, Policy and Practice
Coşkun, Emel; Kaşka, Selmin; Williams, Lucy (Palgrave Macmillan, London , 2020-01-01)
DescriptionThis book examines the migration of women as gendered subjects to and from Turkey, using feminist research practices to explore a range of diverse experiences of migrant women as refugees, asylum seekers, undocumented or documented migrants. The collection includes contributions from researchers, practitioners, and migrants themselves to present a nuanced analysis that challenges binary divisions between ‘forced’ and ‘voluntary’ migrants and highlights the political and social agency of refugee a...
Citation Formats
A. N. Saktanber, “Women, Islamism and politics in Turkey: A critical perspective,” MIDDLE EAST POLICY, pp. 170–173, 1997, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/54000.