The Agency Question: Animal as the Subject/Object/Abject in Hollywood



The possibility and limit of liberal middle power policies: the case of Turkish foreign policy toward the Middle East during the AKP period
Imai, Kohei; Altunışık, Meliha; Department of International Relations (2011)
The main aim of this dissertation is to understand the change of Turkish state identity related to foreign policy behaviors after the collapse of the Cold War structure. The research question of this dissertation is why and how Turkey has constructed middle power identity, which is based on liberal foreign policies. This dissertation examines two main purposes. First purpose is to analyze AKP’s liberalism based middle power policies from 2005 to 2010 toward the Middle East. In this dissertation, the liberal...
The role of the global media in world politics : a case of Iraq War of 2003
Aşkın, Berrin; Bağcı, Hüseyin; Department of International Relations (2006)
This thesis analyzes the role of the global media in world politics. The global media as a major source of information performs many functions in world politics. Due to the technological innovations both the global media and world politics has extended their scope and content. It is the aim of this thesis to explore to what extent the global media and world politics changes and to what extent the global media affect world politics. Moreover, this thesis aims to analyze the actors that play a significant rol...
The Direct and indirect effects of perfectionism and body related perceptions on dispositional flow in exercise setting
Erkmen, Gaye; Kirazcı, Saadettin; Aşçı, F. Hülya; Department of Physical Education and Sports (2015)
The purpose of the present study was to test a model explaining exercise participants’ dispositional flow with perfectionism (self-oriented and socially-prescribed perfectionism) and body related perceptions (perceived body fat, perceived appearance and social appearance anxiety) in the exercise setting. The sample of the study consisted of 446 exercise participants (216 female, Mage = 26.85, SD = 6.60; 230 male, Mage = 24.40, SD = 5.93) exercising regulary more than six months. Multidimensional Perfectioni...
The Conception of laicite of the Republican People’s Party between 2002 and 2010
Uygur Doğan, Ayşegül; Ayata, Ayşe; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2013)
This thesis analyzes the conception of laicite of the Republican People’s Party between 2002 and 2010 with reference to Republican People’s Party’s approach to veiling, imams/Đmam Hatip Liseleri, Quran Courses, Diyanet Đsleri Baskanlığı and Alevis as well as the party programmes and regulations. To give the contours of its notion of laicite, the thesis dwells on the public and private conceptualization of the Republican People’s Party. The thesis criticizes the Republican People’s Party which reads laicite ...
An Era of Non-Strategic Alliance: Turco-American Relations, 1927-1939
Memioğlu, Yasemin; Gürsel, Bahar; Department of Latin and North American Studies (2021-4)
Upon the rejection of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce signed between Turkey and the United States in Lausanne in 1923 by the U.S. Senate in 1927, President Calvin Coolidge initiated diplomatic relations between the two countries in 1927 through the exchange of notes. This thesis examines the Turkish - American relations between 1927 and 1939, and questions whether the U.S. Presidents Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt had a significant influence in the bilateral relations. It al...
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B. Ağın, “The Agency Question: Animal as the Subject/Object/Abject in Hollywood,” presented at the V. Biennial Conference of EASLCE (2012), Tenerife, İspanya, 2012, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: