Bulgaristan’xxda Türk Vakıfları



Europeanization of minority rights in Bulgaria : Turks of bulgaria as a case study
Vatansever Kutlay, Muzaffer; Tayfur, Mehmet Fatih; Department of International Relations (2013)
This thesis aims to find an answer to the following question: What are the shifts and continuities of Bulgaria’s minority policy over the last two decades and what is the impact of the EU, thereby Europeanization, in the process, if any? To answer to this question, three sub-periods (1989-1999, 1999-2007 and 2007-2012) are to be investigated separately to reveal the role of the EU in the process. In this context, this study develops a historical perspective on Bulgaria’s treatment of Turkish minority as a c...
Linguistic rights of the Turkish minority in Bulgaria
Haksöz, Cengiz; Aydıngün, Ayşegül; Department of Sociology (2007)
This thesis analyses linguistic policies in Bulgaria, during the Ottoman, monarchical, communist and post-communist periods and its effects on the Turkish minority in Bulgaria. The linguistic policies in Bulgaria did not follow consistent policies; on the contrary, it followed different policies in different periods. The aim of this thesis is to analyse how the Turkish minority experiences and perceives linguistic rights in the post-communist period, such as study of and in Turkish language, Turkish minorit...
Muslim minorities of Bulgaria and Georgia: A comparative study of Pomaks and Ajarians
Kahraman, Alter; Aydıngün, Ayşegül; Applied Ethics (2020-10)
This thesis analyses the transformation of identities of two religious minorities, Pomaks and Ajarians, located on the opposite sides of the Black Sea region, in Bulgaria and Georgia respectively. Both minorities embraced Islam under the Ottoman rule and encountered difficulties with the growth of ethno-religious nationalism in their respective countries’ national ideologies in the post-Ottoman era. The thesis reviews the literature on ethnic and religious nationalism, for the relation between religion and ...
Minority policies in Bulgaria: countinuity and change
Tahir, Tahir; Türkeş, Mustafa; Department of International Relations (2003)
This thesis analyzes Bulgaria̕s minority policy followed by various governments during the Principality, the Kingdom, Peoples Republic and post-Communist Bulgaria. General discussion and assessment of minority rights standards within major international organizations is followed by analysis of minorities̕ status and treatment in Bulgaria since 1878. The thesis seeks answers to what have been the main features of minority policies in modern Bulgarian history, what has constituted its continuity and change.
The Mystery of return to Bulgaria: analyzing self-identity construction of Bulgarian Turkish immigrant women through their everyday life experiences on the two sides of the border
Kılıçlı, Gizem; Zırh, Besim Can; Department of Social Anthropology (2017)
This research is based on the fieldwork that was conducted in Kardzhali district, Bulgaria with nineteen Bulgarian Turkish immigrant women, who emigrated from Bulgaria to Turkey and, then, returned to Bulgaria in various times. The aim of this study is to analyze the effects of Bulgarian Turkish immigrant women’s experiences on the two sides of the border that spread three different periods on their decision of return to Bulgaria, and on their self-identity construction. The importance of this research lies...
Citation Formats
Ö. Turan, “Bulgaristan’xxda Türk Vakıfları,” 2002, vol. 1, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/82649.