Domestic Politics and Perceptions of Turkey-EU Relations

Akşit, Sait
Şenyuva, Özgehan


Domestic Social Policy Change due to the Pressures of European Integration: Equality between Women and Men at Work and Women’s Employment Policies in Turkey
Göksel, Asuman (Routledge, 2011-11-01)
This chapter analyses how European integration in one of its most consistent policy spheres has affected the dynamics and outcome of social policy change in Turkey, in the policy fields of equality between women and men at work and women's employment. It argues that the impact of the European integration process on Turkey has been very much mediated by and flowed through the actions of domestic societal actors for the selected policy issues. The chapter employs the Europeanization conceptual framework, whic...
Domestic Conflicts over European Integration: The Case of Turkey
Köksal, Pınar (Peter Lang, 2006-01-01)
Regional internationalization of Turkish higher education: Turkey's higher education policies towards Kosovo, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina
Köksal, Servet; Kondakçı, Yaşar; Department of Educational Sciences (2014)
This study aimed to investigate the scope of the educational relations between Turkey and the three Balkan countries, Kosovo, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, to identify the expectations of these countries from Turkey and the rationales behind Turkey's practices realized towards these countries in a comparative perspective. In this regard, cross-border higher educational activities of Turkey were investigated under the concept of internationalization. The study was designed as a general qualitative st...
Domestic Violence The Current Situation in Turkey Developmental Effects and Implications for Policy
Memişoğlu Sanlı, Aybegüm (2015-07-10)
Systemic-structural approaches, world-system analysis and the study of foreign policy
Tayfur, M.Fatih (Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi (Ankara, Turkey), 2000-12-1)
This article aims to review and compare the systemic-structural approaches to international relations, and their impact on the study of foreign policy. Yet, the specific objective of this essay is to discuss, ‘The Modern World-System Approach’ which has been, mostly, less well understood or misunderstood, or misinterpreted by the students of international relations and foreign policy analysis. In the era of ‘globalisation’, re-visiting the systemic-structural approaches, and especially ‘the modern world-sys...
Citation Formats
S. Akşit and Ö. Şenyuva, Domestic Politics and Perceptions of Turkey-EU Relations. 2016, p. 72.