Öznel Refah ve Nesnel Refah



Mapping subjective urban imagery: montage of movement-image and time-image –the case of Kızılay
Balkanay, Ezgi; Sargın, Güven Arif; Department of Architecture (2014)
Mobility in modern society creates a simulative perception of the self and its environment. Such perceptions create subjective urban images of individuals from various socio-cultural backgrounds in their everyday life. While this mobility can be viewed as an invisible dimension when utilizing conventional methods that can only represent one frozen moment of space, urban imagery has political potentials of fluidity related to “time” and “movement”. Since subjective urban images are constructed through the di...
A Model towards subjective well-being: the roles of dispositional and state hope, cognitive flexibility, and coping strategies
Muyan Yılık, Mine; Demir, Ayhan Gürbüz; Department of Educational Sciences (2017)
The aim of the current study was to test a model that consisted of dispositional hope, cognitive flexibility, state hope, and coping strategies (avoidance, problem-focused coping, and seeking social support) on subjective well-being of university students. The sample of the study included 1222 undergraduate students (601 females and 621 males) from a public university in Ankara, Turkey. In order to collect data, Dispositional Hope Scale, Cognitive Flexibility Inventory, State Hope Scale, Coping with Stress ...
Self-forgiveness, self-compassion, subjective vitality, and orientation to happiness as predictors of subjective well-being
Dolunay Cuğ, Fevziye; Tezer, Esin; Department of Educational Sciences (2015)
The aim of the current study is to test the role of self-forgiveness, self-compassion, subjective vitality and orientation to happiness in predicting subjective well-being among university students. The sample was composed of 820 university students attending five faculties in a university in Turkey. The data were collected by administering Heartland Forgiveness Scale, Self-Compassion Scale, Subjective Vitality Scale, Orientation to Happiness Scale, Positive and Negative Affect Scale, and Life Satisfaction ...
Thinking without the subject: Nietzsche‘s critique of Cartesian and Kantian subjectivity
İlbaşı, Kıvılcım; Çırakman, Elif; Department of Philosophy (2015)
In this M.A. thesis, I investigate Nietzsche‘s critique of subjectivity with regard to the subject-thought relationship as has been conceptualised in modern philosophy. Firstly, I attempt to elucidate the constitution of the subject and the modern image of thinking by focusing on the ideas of two major figures of modernity, namely, Descartes and Kant. Then, I problematize the concept of the subject with respect to Nietzsche‘s genealogical critique, and try to show that the subjectivist interpretation of the...
Mismatches in subject verb agreement: the processing perspective
Özay, Ayşe Gül; Gracanın Yüksek, Martına; Department of English Language Teaching (2020-10)
This study investigates the processing of mismatches in subject-verb agreement in Turkish by L1 speakers. Two online experiments were conducted in which agreement mismatches in Turkish were tested with two kinds of subjects: numeral quantifiers and comitative constructions, which did not cause ungrammaticality in the sentence. Both experiments were self-paced reading tasks on the Ibex Farm platform. Experiment I tested which subject-verb agreement pattern was easier to process in items with numeral qu...
Citation Formats
E. Gaygısız Lajunen, “Öznel Refah ve Nesnel Refah,” İKTİSAT VE TOPLUM, pp. 84–88, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/82366.