The social technical and policy landscape of research data management in environmental sciences in TurkeY



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The ethos of architects towards an analysis of architectural practice in Turkey
Fehim Kennedy, Nilgün; Nalbantoğlu, Hasan Ünal; Department of Sociology (2005)
A certain architectural "ethos" come into being as a result of the specific training which architects receive as producers of space, of their dual status as artists and professionals, of the conditions in which they live and the social status of their profession. This ethos is a product of the architects' collective habitus. The attitudes of architects regarding their position in the building industry, their role in society and their self-image (or its lack of) as artists determine the transformation within...
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The landscape of academic literature in quantum information technologies
Seskir, Zeki Can; Aydınoğlu, Arsev Umur (null, 2019-10-01)
In this study, we investigated the academic literature on quantum technologies (QT) using bibliometric tools. We used a set of 49,823 articles obtained from the Web of Science (WoS) database using a search query constructed through expert opinion. Analysis of this revealed that QT is deeply rooted in physics, and the majority of the articles are published in physics journals. Keyword analysis revealed that the literature could be clustered into three distinct sets, which are (i) quantum communication/...
The political economy of peace processes and the women, peace and security agenda
Erturk, Yakin (Informa UK Limited, 2020-07-01)
This article examines why the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda has been so challenging to implement and argues that the political economy of war and peace, driven by a complex network of power, is a deterrent to sustainable and gender-just peace. However, peace initiatives are not a zero-sum game. They are dialectical, offering possibilities for both regressive and transformative change. Although inclusion of women and gender concerns in current peace processes lags behind expectations, the WPS agenda...
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A. U. Aydınoğlu, “The social technical and policy landscape of research data management in environmental sciences in TurkeY,” 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: