From Euro scepticism to Turkey scepticism changing political attitudes on the European Union in Turkey



From ”Forced to Leave” to ”Forced to Stay”: Syrian ”Refugees” in Turkey
Rittersberger, Helga İda (2017-10-01)
From magmatic arc to post-collisional back-arc setting in the Tauride-Anatolide Platform (TAP): Overview of the Cadomian basement rocks in Turkey
Gürsu, Semih; Goncuoglu, M. Cemal; Köksal, Serhat; Möller, Andreas (null; 2017-10-25)
A new geodynamic model is proposed to clarify the genesis of the Late Neoproterozoic - Early Cambrian meta-magmatic rocks cropped out in S Turkey. Cadomian basement rocks observed in peri-Gondwanan Turkey crop out in different Alpine tectonic terranes: Strandja, Istanbul Zonguldak Terrane (IZT), Tauride-Anatolide Platform (TAP) and South Anatolian Autochthone Belt (SAAB). Ediacaran magmatic arc and late to post-collisional igneous rocks in Turkey are mainly composed of meta-igneous rocks with a wide range o...
From unequal negotiation to forced consent workers different strategies in two settings
Kalaycıoğlu, Hediye Sibel; Beşpınar Akgüner, Fatma Umut; Topal, Çağatay (European Sociological Association (ESA); 2011-09-12)
This study examines processes of establishing work men) talities, the conflict between different work mentalities, different negotiation and consent mechanisms developed by workers and employers in two different production units of the same textile factory in two different cities. This study is based on the interviews conducted with employers, managers and workers in İstanbul and Çorum (an economically undeveloped small si...
From tekel to gezi resistance in turkey: possibilities for a combined rights movement
Topal Yılmaz, Aylin (SAGE, 2018-01-01)
From “Isn’t It Raw?” to Everyday Food: Authenticating Japanese Food in Perth, Australia
Fukutomi, Satomi (2022-02-01)
With a focus on the role of social media, this article examines the ways in which Japanese food is authenticated and popularized as everyday food in Perth, Australia. Preceding the 2000s, Japanese food was scarcely available in Perth; the city with a small Japanese population was relatively far from Japan. In the 2010s, Japanese food, once mainly known as raw fish (sushi, sashimi) and high-end food, has transformed into everyday food, available at eateries, grocery stores, and farmers markets. I argue that ...
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A. Ayata, “From Euro scepticism to Turkey scepticism changing political attitudes on the European Union in Turkey,” Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans Online, pp. 205–222, 2003, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: