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The Representation of Conservatory Masculinity Through TV Serials: Sen Anlat Karadeniz
YILDIZ, Süreyya; İbrahimhakkıoğlu, Fulden; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2022-1)
This thesis examines the concept of conservatory masculinity and its reproduction and representation through television, which is one of the ideological state apparatuses. One of the main aims of the thesis is to present that since the JDP came to power in 2002, it has adopted conservative democracy, and the connection with masculinity has come to the light in the last periods. Another aim of the thesis is to draw attention to how the relationship between conservatism and masculinity is adopted and emphasiz...
Conscious architecture : the influence of hermetic philosophy on the theory and practice of arciıtecture during the renaissance period
Alwattar, Dunya; Peker, Ali Uzay; Department of History of Architecture (2021-12-28)
During the Renaissance, a theory of Architecture recognized building as a sacred act, and the built environment itself as a sacred domain. This theory was the product of a philosophically oriented mindset, tainted with a passion for an ancient tradition based in Egypt, a passion that was triggered by long-term exposure to Oriental Esotericism. The link between Theological Philosophy and Architecture was perhaps most emphasized during the 15th and 16th centuries, manifestations of which can be traced in the ...
Resistance and heterotopia: an analysis of space in Jeanette Winterson’s the passion and Orhan Pamuk’s the museum of innocence
Anşin, Berfin; Korkut Naykı, Nil; Department of English Literature (2019)
This thesis aims to compare Jeanette Winterson’s The Passion and Orhan Pamuk’s The Museum of Innocence basing its argument on the assumption that the spaces employed in both novels carry heterotopic qualities and that the oppressive mechanisms of power are confronted through these spaces. Both novels dwell on the transformative power of passionate love on individuals and how the protagonists employ the spaces in the novels to challenge the power mechanisms surrounding them and how they create other possibil...
How trait mindfulness is related to job performance and job satisfaction: self-regulation as a potential mediator
Çatalsakal, Sıla; Sümer, Hayriye Canan; Department of Psychology (2016)
The aim of the current study was to investigate whether trait mindfulness is related to job performance (i.e., task performance, OCB, CWB) and job satisfaction. Self-regulation was expected to emerge as a mediating mechanism through which mindfulness affects performance variables. Participants consisted of working adults (N = 213) who filled out a questionnaire package including measures of mindfulness, self-regulation, task performance, OCB, CWB, and job satisfaction. The supervisors (N = 39) of the employ...
The Moderating role of sensory-processing sensitivity in the relationship between spousal caregiving, perceived social support and marital quality
Şengül İnal, Gülbin; Sümer, Nebi; Department of Psychology (2014)
This thesis aims to examine the moderating role of sensory-processing sensitivity (SPS) in the relationship between caregiving, perceived social support and marital quality. Specifically, in two studies the role of SPS was tested by comparing the three trait-environment interaction approaches, namely (1) diathesis-stress model, (2) differential susceptibility hypothesis, and (3) vantage sensitivity model, using the Actor-Partner Interdependence Model (APIM). It was expected that if SPS has a moderating effe...
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N. Erdoğan, Sancılı dil, hadım edilen kendilik ve aşınan karakter: beyaz yakalı işsizliğine dair notlar. 2017, p. 115.