British Culture In The Eyes Of Future English Language Teachers In Turkey



British migrants in the Turkish countryside: Lifestyle migration, loss of social status and finding ‘true life’ in difference
Ertuğrul, Gökçen (Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi (Ankara, Turkey), 2016-8)
This paper discusses the results of a case study carried out on a particular group of British migrants settled in the Turkish countryside. This migration is part of a larger international migration flow conceptualised as lifestyle migration. The fieldwork shows that at least for this group of migrants, migration was motivated by the feeling of lost social status. By suggesting that an analysis which privileges the nexus of individualism and consumption is inadequate, this paper concentrates on this par...
British policy and the development of Palestinian Nationalism, 1917 – 1948
Çalık, Nur Betül; Boztemur, Recep; Department of Middle East Studies (2011)
This thesis analyzes the emergence and development process of Palestinian nationalism. The role of the notable families within the development of Palestinian nationalism that led Palestinian Arab society during the British Mandate will be discussed in detail. The thesis is going to examine whether Palestinian nationalism is a genuine ideology or it is developed as a counter nationalism against both Jewish immigration and settlements activities and British Mandate. It will also be analyzed Mandate policies w...
British archaeological travellers in nineteenth century Anatolia Anatolia 'without' Turks
Boyar, Ebru (The Skilliter Centre for Ottoman Studies and Istituto per l'Oriente, C.A. Nallino, 2002-1-01)
İngiliz Peyzaj Anlayışına Bir Bakış
Evyapan, Gönül A. (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 1988)
Garden art, of formal lines from its beginnings, reached a stage when during the reign of the high renaissance and baroque styles, its products were known as "architectural gardens". Formal style having been explored to the full, informal style was then turned to. In this style of gardening, England took the lead. Gardens were now so enlarged that, their design came to be known as "landscape gardening". Informal - romantic picturesque - poetic gardens were the negation of the architectural gardens, once so ...
Çelik, Birten (null; 2014-11-01)
Citation Formats
Ç. Hatipoğlu, British Culture In The Eyes Of Future English Language Teachers In Turkey. 2012, p. 144.