Turkish Experience in the Financing of Mass Housing Projects



Turkish prospective chemistry teachers alternative conceptions about acids and bases
Boz, Yezdan (School Science and Mathematics Association, 2009-01-01)
The purpose of this study was to obtain prospective chemistry teachers' conceptions about acids and bases concepts. Thirty‐eight prospective chemistry teachers were the participants. Data were collected by means of an open‐ended questionnaire and semi‐structured interviews. Analysis of data indicated that most prospective teachers did not have difficulties about macroscopic properties of acids and bases. However, despite chemistry instruction, most of the prospective teachers were found to have problems in ...
Turkish experience in privatization: the privatizations of large-scale state-economic enterprisesin the 2000s
Angın, Merih; Bedirhanoğlu Toker, Pınar; Department of International Relations (2010)
Privatization, which is the most important component of neo-liberal policies since the 1980s, has been legitimized by the neo-liberal doctrine through a purely economic and technical terminology. Contrary to this, this thesis maintains that privatization is a highly political process, shaped by intertwined class- and identity-based interests in different countries. To support this argument, the thesis makes a comparative analysis of the privatizations of large-scale state economic enterprises in Turkey in t...
Turkish Architectural and Civil Engineering Education within the Scope of Sustainable Construction
Topak, Fatih; Tokdemir, Onur Behzat; Pekeriçli, Mehmet Koray; Tanyer, Ali Murat (null; 2018-11-18)
As construction industry is one of the dominant contributors to the world’s total CO2 emissions and it has huge negative impacts on the environment, sustainable construction has become a key aspiration in the field. Through utilizing resource efficiency and ecological design, sustainable construction is considered as the main concept to create and operate a healthy built environment. Although sustainability has been demonstrated as a timeless objective for continuous development i...
Turkish Education System: Overview and Challenges
Seferoğlu, Gölge (null; 2018-09-18)
Turkish Pre Service Teachers Beliefs About the Importance of Teaching Chemistry
Kondakçı, Esen; Boz, Yezdan (2007-10-01)
The purpose of this study was to describe Turkish pre-service chemistry teachers’ beliefs about the importance of teaching chemistry in high schools. For this purpose, 45 pre-service chemistry teachers were administered a questionnaire involving open-ended questions which asked what the importance of teaching chemistry is, and why we teach chemistry in high schools. Based on the written responses, 12 pre-service teachers were chosen to be interviewed to obtain more elaborated information about their beliefs...
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M. T. Birgönül, “Turkish Experience in the Financing of Mass Housing Projects,” 1994, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/75062.