Milliyetçiliğin Politik Psikolojisi

İslambay, Demet
Cingöz Ulu, Banu


Caught between Nationalism and Socialism: The Kazak Alash Orda Movement in Continuity
Gürbüz, Yunus Emre; Ergut, Ferdan; Department of History (2007)
This dissertation aims to discuss the incorporation of the “nationalist” Kazak intellectuals of Alash Orda to the Soviet Socialist Republics and their role in the establishment of the Kazak ASSR. In the course of events they acted first together with Russian liberal democrats, then they sought to establish a national government and fought against the Bolsheviks, but after 1920 they chose to stay in the USSR and join the modernization process of their homeland alongside the Bolsheviks. In the mainstream acad...
Nationalism and the ‘inter-national’: a critical survey of internalist thinking within theories of nationalism
Özeniş, Çağdaş; Yalvaç, Faruk; Department of International Relations (2015)
This thesis aims to critically survey the role of the “international” in theories of nationalism. It will be argued that even though a great majority of theories of nationalism have emphasized the causality between international factors and social dynamics, these two domains still remain as analytically distinct categories within their theoretical frameworks. This in turn serves the reproduction of the internalist thinking which prevails within social sciences, through the dichotomization of internal (socio...
"Valley of wolves" as a nationalist text
Çelebi, Mehmet Celil; Erdoğan, Necmi; Department of Media and Cultural Studies (2006)
This thesis is an attempt to analyze the discourse of “Valley of Wolves”, a television serial which gained a significant popularity in recent years. To understand the serial’s discourse I have first analyzed the general aspects of the narrative and approached to it as a televisual text. Concerning the political discourse two arguments, both connected to nationalism, is provided. First one concerns the psychology of the serial. Psychological mechanisms that the serial make use of is similar to Adorno’s insig...
Bireycilik ve zaman duyarliliği çeşitliliğinin grup içi çatişmaya etkileri
Mete, İpek; Acar, Feride Pınar (2015-04-01)
Nationalism and territoriality: the conception of homeland in the communities of Turkish origin in Bulgaria and the Netherlands
Şenses, Ahu; Çıtak Aytürk, Zana Ayşe; Department of International Relations (2014)
Territoriality has been a long neglected issue in international relations and nationalism studies. This thesis aims to draw attention to the significance of territorial relations in defining modes of human political organization and identity formation and to help establish linkages between international studies and the disciplines of geography and anthropology that problematize territoriality. It questions how territoriality can be conceptualized within the framework of particularly migrant and minority gro...
Citation Formats
D. İslambay and B. Cingöz Ulu, Milliyetçiliğin Politik Psikolojisi. 2016, p. 320.