About the context of climate change education for sustainability: In the words of university students



Looking at Kazakhstan’s Higher Education Landscape: From Transition to Transformation Between 1920 and 2015
Ahn, Elise S.; Dixon, John; Chekmareva, Larissa (PALGRAVE, HOUNDMILLS, BASINGSTOKE RG21 6XS, ENGLAND, 2018)
Since independence in 1991, the Kazakhstani government has been aggressively pursuing higher education reform. This has led to the passing of a number of education-related laws and the adaptation of different policies and practices in order to facilitate the government’s initial priority of transitioning to a market economy and more recently, to achieve its goal of becoming one of the world’s top 30 economies by the year 2050. This chapter provides an overview of Kazakhstan’s Soviet higher education legacy ...
Understanding perceptions regarding the aesthetics of urban public space: Tunalı Hilmi Street, Ankara
Pehlivanoğlu, Yonca; Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge; Department of City and Regional Planning (2011)
Urban aesthetics has been the concern of many academic researches, and there have been now more than hundred definitions of urban aesthetics. It is crucial to understand that aesthetics is more than just about the form and physical qualities of a place. Likewise, urban aesthetics is not only the concerns of academics, but also the concern of urbanites of cities and daily users of urban space. It is therefore important to understand what daily users of cities understand from the concept of urban aesthetics a...
Analysis of the role of the european union as a foreign and security policy actor in the post-9/11 era : The Middle East peace process
Kaya, Taylan Özgür; Kahraman, Sevilay; Department of International Relations (2010)
The purpose of the thesis is to analyze the role of the EU as a foreign and security policy actor in the post-9/11 international security environment. The thesis investigates the congruity between the role that the EU aspires to play as a foreign and security actor (role conception) and its actual foreign and security policy actions and decisions (role performance) in a specific case of the Middle East Peace Process (MEPP) in the post-9/11 era. The role conceptions of the EU are identified by analyzing the ...
On the concept of "field" in architectural theory and practice
Kuzlu, Emre; Aközer, Emel; Department of Architecture (2004)
This study aims at explaining the significance of the أfieldؤ concept in contemporary architecture and urbanism, in reference to the technical definitions of the term in different disciplines. In this context, it investigates the concepts of أfieldؤ in physics, psychology, art theory and criticism. It highlights the reinterpretation of the أfieldؤ concept in physics by eminent Gestalt psychologists, and its consequences for architecture and urbanism. Starting from the definitions of the concept of أfieldؤ b...
On multivariate longitudinal binary data models and thiir applications in forecasting
Asar, Özgür; İlk Dağ, Özlem; Department of Statistics (2012)
Longitudinal data arise when subjects are followed over time. This type of data is typically dependent, due to including repeated observations and this type of dependence is termed as within-subject dependence. Often the scientific interest is on multiple longitudinal measurements which introduce two additional types of associations, between-response and cross-response temporal dependencies. Only the statistical methods which take these association structures might yield reliable and valid statistical infer...
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G. Teksöz, “About the context of climate change education for sustainability: In the words of university students,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://keynote.conference-services.net/programme.asp?conferenceID=5233action=prog_listsession=39539.