Changing Educational Paradigms: New Methods, Directions, and Policies

Gülçiçek, Turan
Erden, Feyza


Changing Istanbul City Region Dynamics: Re-regulations to Challenge the Consequences of Uneven Development and Inequality
Eraydın, Ayda (2011-01-01)
In this paper, it is claimed that the dynamics that enabled the emergence of city regions as new places of globalization brought about significant changes and restructuring in these areas in the early years of neo-liberal policies. Subsequently, from the 1990s onwards a new neo-liberalist agenda, in reply to the problems of the early period of globalization, defined new relations and new dynamics for city regions. The aim of this paper, with the help of earlier Istanbul case studies, is to discuss the chang...
Changing Higher Education Challenges for Curriculum and Instruction
Aksu, Meral (2015-10-24)
Changing concepts and practices of citizenship: experiences and perceptions of second-generation Turkish-Germans
Kartal, Filiz; Yalman, Osman Galip; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2004)
The purpose of this thesis is to explore the challenges of immigration on the modern concept of citizenship by interpreting the perceptions of individuals. It tries to reveal the ways in which citizenship practices and conceptualizations of second-generationTurkish-Germans support and/or diverge from the theoretical approaches that attempt to explicate the immigration/citizenship problem. Second-generation Turkish-Germans̕ experiences and perceptions of citizenship are investigated with respect to three asp...
Changing notions of volunteering: United Nations volunteering programme
Karakaya, Burcu; Göksel, Asuman; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
This thesis investigates the notion of volunteering and the transformation of it with a special focus on the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme. It argues that volunteering cannot be understood without any reference to the economic and political context that surrounds it. With an integrative approach, firstly different forms of social actions similar to volunteering in different courses of time and countries are examined. Following this, the concept of volunteering in the current literature is discus...
Changing principles of international water law in Central Asia: Addressing the crisis, from customary practice to virtual water footprints
Arynova, Aigul; Kahveci Özgür, Hayriye; Sustainable Environment and Energy Systems (2019-6)
Laws regulating transboundary water allocation in Central Asia discriminate water interests of upperstream states and contribute to the excessive water use by downstream states. The present research studies water conflict in Central Asia emphasizing the changing impacts of international water law and its cardinal principle, the equitable and reasonable utilization (ERU). A review of the main water regime which had developed in Central Asia including agreements signed following the USSR’s collapse is conduct...
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T. Gülçiçek and F. Erden, “Changing Educational Paradigms: New Methods, Directions, and Policies,” 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: