Thinking Critically about (In)Security in the Middle East



Thinking gender, nature and power: a hope for standpoint ecofeminism
Çetinkaya, Tuğçe; Ecevi, Mehmet C.,; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2019)
Ecofeminism focuses on the relation between the domination on women and natureandprovides widened critique of domination by including the analysis of anthropocentrismin feminism, which is nurtured by the analysis of sexism, capitalism, racism, ethnicityand heterosexism; therefore, it presents an imagination of freedom aimed at including nonhuman entities.It is clear that women‘s association with nature has been used as animportant means of establishing superior...
Thinking the future of membranes: Perspectives for advanced and new membrane materials and manufacturing processes
Nunes, Suzana P.; Çulfaz Emecen, Pınar Zeynep; Ramon, Guy Z.; Visser, Tymen; Koops, Geert Henk; Jin, Wanqin; Ulbricht, Mathias (Elsevier BV, 2020-03-15)
The state-of-the-art of membrane technology is characterized by a number of mature applications such as sterile filtration, hemodialysis, water purification and gas separation, as well as many more niche applications of successful membrane-based separation and processing of fluid mixtures. The membrane industry is currently employing a portfolio of established materials, mostly standard polymers or inorganic materials (not originally developed for membranes), and easily scalable manufacturing processes such...
Thinking Strategic and Acting Pragmatic The European Refugee Crisis and Turkey EU Relations
Kale Lack, Başak (null; 2016-04-30)
The relations between Turkey-EU have never been easy due to the challenges on both sides of the negotiations table that have complicated the accession process. Since the opening of accession negotiations in 2005, the EU has lost much of its leverage with Turkey as the EU itself has been forced to deal with numerous challenges including: constitutional referendums, Eurozone crises and the integration of newly joined members while defining its global role. With the lack of EU’s enthusiasm and also dramatic ch...
Reflecting on Change at an EFL Institution: Teachers’ Negotiations of a Systemic Change Initiative
Karaman, Abdullah Cendel (2018-08-22)
Reflecting on Change at an EFL Institution: Teachers’ Negotiations of a Systemic Change Initiative
İpek, Ömer Faruk; Karaman, Abdullah Cendel (2018-08-22)
In language education settings across the globe, issues ranging from sociocultural challenges to pedagogical innovations (e.g. the need for innovation in preparing teachers) continue to be key areas of consideration in educational research (Bense, 2016). In this paper, we explore how teachers of English as a foreign language (EFL) at a higher education setting in Western Turkey negotiate a systemic change initiative. Grounded in the systemic change concept and taking ‘resistance’ to change as a com...
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