Sociological analysis of the attitudes toward rape in Turkish society ... and Islamic repercussions in the political context: The AK Party case

Turkman, S


Structural Validity of Turkish Versions of the Gender Role Conflict Scale and Male Role Norms Scale
Lease, Suzanne H.; Ciftci, Ayse; Demir, Ayhan Gürbüz; Boyraz, Gueler (American Psychological Association (APA), 2009-10-01)
Masculinity ideologies are expected to vary by culture, yet the scales frequently used to measure masculinity and the related construct of gender role conflict were developed and normed in the United States and have not been validated for use in Middle Eastern cultures. This set of two studies examined the construct equivalence of translated and adapted versions of the Gender Role Conflict Scale (GRCS) and the Male Role Norms Scale (MRNS) with Turkish individuals. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was used...
Bidirectional nature of work family conflict : the antecedents and outcomes of work to family conflict and family to work conflict
Üzümcüoğlu, Yeşim; Bilgiç, Reyhan; Department of Psychology (2013)
The aim of the present study was to investigate the bidirectional nature of work family conflict: work to family conflict (WFC) and family to work conflict (FWC). Antecedents and outcomes of both directions were examined. Antecedents of WFC were categorized as work stressors which included role demands, injustice and autonomy whereas outcomes of work to family conflict included job satisfaction, affective commitment and turnover intention. Family stressors included family role demands and communication prob...
University students' attitudes toward mental patients in a developing country
Eker, Deniz (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 1988-12)
A previous study showed that Turkish and American clinicians and first and fourth year Turkish psychology students were similar to each other in terms of their attitudes toward mental patients. In the present study, first year psychology, science, and medical students were compared to see whether psychology students had more favorable attitudes towards mental patients. In addition, the relationship between the medical students' degree of preference for psychiatry and their attitudes was examined. Analysis o...
Effective Gender Equality in Research and the Academia (EGERA)
Acar, Ayşe Feride(2017-12-31)
EGERA brings together eight research and higher education institutions in seven EU member states (Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain) + Turkey, bound by a same commitment to the dual objective of achieving gender equality in research, and strengthening the gender dimension in research. Made up of five universities covering an ample array of disciplines, from social sciences to STEM, a research centre on climate change belonging to the Czech Academy of Science, ...
Series: The research agenda for general practice/family medicine and primary health care in Europe. Part 6: Reaction on commentaries - how to continue with the Research Agenda?
Van Royen, Paul; Beyer, Martin; Chevallier, Patrick; Eilat-Tsanani, Sophia; Lionis, Christos; Peremans, Lieve; Petek, Davorina; Rurik, Imre; Soler, Jean Karl; Stoffers, Henri Ejh; Topsever, Pinar; Ungan, Mehmet; Hummers-Pradier, Eva (Informa UK Limited, 2011-03-01)
The Research Agenda should be used as a key reference point to which new research should relate its usefulness and added value. Primary care evolves towards more interdisciplinary care, and research should focus more on the core competency of person-centred team care. There is an urgent need to develop clear definitions and appropriate research instruments for this domain. It will be a particular challenge to study comprehensive approaches in primary-care patients with multi-morbidity. The Research Agenda a...
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S. Turkman, “Sociological analysis of the attitudes toward rape in Turkish society ... and Islamic repercussions in the political context: The AK Party case,” 2005, vol. 7, p. 0, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: