in MOSAIC: T-Kit on Euro-Mediterranean Youth Work


In-group out-group homogeneity heterogeneity perceptions and discrimination: An application of linguistic category model to doctor-patient relationship
Ergin Usubütün, Seda; Hortaçsu, Nuran; Department of Psychology (1996)
In-class social problem solving abilities of classroom teachers: a self-determination theory based study
Ulaş Marbouti, Jale; Aksu, Meral; Department of Educational Sciences (2015)
The purpose of the current study was to investigate how well perceived teacher autonomy, teacher self-efficacy, and vocational social support predict in-class social problem solving ability of classroom teachers. In order for this investigation, a structural model was constructed based on Self-Determination Theory (SDT) and tested throughout the study. Data were collected via In-Class Social Problem Solving Inventory Scale (ICSPSI), Teacher Autonomy Scale-Turkish Teachers (TAST), Vocational Social Support S...
In-service EFL teacher’s research experiences in an online professional learning community: a qualitative multiple case study
Karakaya Yıldırım, Nuriy; Savaş, Perihan; Department of English Language Teaching (2019)
The aim of this dissertation was “to investigate the effects of conducting teacher research on in- service English teachers’ views of themselves as researchers, their teacher roles and their professional development as well as to find out how participating in an online professional learning community affect in- service English teacher’s research engagement practices”. The professional learning community in question was designed for the purpose of this study. Necessary materials and tasks were presented on a...
In-between preservation and economics: establishing common ground between socio-cultural and economic values for the sustainability of urban heritage places in Turkey
Özçakır, Özgün; Bilgin Altınöz, Ayşe Güliz; Mignosa, Anna; Conservation of Cultural Heritage in Department of Architecture (2018)
Conservation of cultural heritage is a ‘value’ based practice. The scholars in the fields of conservation and cultural economics have been aware of the co-existence of different values including economic as well as socio-cultural ones. Both the preservationist and economist approaches emphasize the subjectivity of ‘values’ that change according to time, context and the interests of different agents when intervention decisions about heritage places are at stake. The heritage places located at the center of c...
In Search for a Common Ground: An Empirical Derived Model of the Formation of Common Ground among Voluntary Exchange Relation
Ataöv Demirkan, Anlı (2013-12-01)
Knowledge generation is one of the main forces in collaboration, because people connect to each other in such a process under the spell of the collective knowledge constructed through conversation. The process of collective knowledge construction itself becomes a conversational process. We argue that such a process transforms underorganized exchange relations into organized group action when a common ground is built upon a shared meaning. To illustrate this, we present two cases of collaborative processes: ...
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A. Göksel, in MOSAIC: T-Kit on Euro-Mediterranean Youth Work. 2010.