Türk kimliği içerikleri :sosyal psikolojik bir yaklaşım


The role of social identity and collective memory in predicting in-group bias and collective action in Turkey‟s alevis
Bükün, Mehmet Fatih; Cingöz Ulu, Banu; Department of Psychology (2014)
The aim of this thesis is to examine the relationship between social identity, collective action participation and in-group bias in the Alevi community in Anatolia. In doing this, the mediatory role of collective memory is also investigated. In examining collective memory, one positive event and one negative event that Alevis had lived through in the past were selected (Namely, the re-opening of Haji Bektash Veli Dervish Lodge in 1964 which was closed in 1925 was chosen as the positive event and Madımak Mas...
Clinical interpretations of emotions, psychological needs, and ways of coping associated with cultural identity: an interpretative phenomenological analysis
Büyükaşık Çolak, Canan; Gençöz, Faruk; Department of Psychology (2017)
This thesis analyzes the experiences associated with cultural identity, emotions and psychological needs elicited from those experiences, and how individuals cope with them among one of the cultural group in Turkey. Qualitative methodology was applied and analyses were done by using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Nine participants were interviewed twice, almost with one week interval. The participants age range changes between 18 and 70. At the end of the analyses seven superordinate themes; name...
Hearing and remembering the voices of women in the Turkish nation building process: Kadinlar Dünyası and Türk Kadın Yolu
Uçak, Deniz; Çıtak Aytürk, Zana Ayşe; Department of International Relations (2018)
This thesis examines the relationship between nationalism and gender with a particular focus on the making of Turkish nationalism and women, based on the analysis of two women’s periodicals: Kadınlar Dünyası and Türk Kadın Yolu. While the former was published in the latest stage of the Ottoman period between 1913 and 1921, coinciding with the emergence and rise of Turkish nationalism, the latter was published after the foundation of the Republic between 1925 and 1927. Accordingly, this thesis tries to under...
Reconstruction of turkish national identity through shifting perceptions of threat
Oğuz, Alaattin; Tokluoğlu, Ayşe Ceylan; Department of Sociology (2022-2)
The nation-state is undergoing a major identity crisis, and Turkey is not exempted from this conventional disarray such that various ethnic groups tend to create mixed and complex loyalty positions before the state's national policy. Many are locating themselves with different ethnic origins depending on the political, economic, and social involvement/interaction with others. According to various regional and ethnic dispersal positions, the inclusion of these groups to form national unity indicates the emer...
Upper elementary mathematics curriculum in Turkey: a critical discourse analysis
Doğan, Oğuzhan; Haser, Çiğdem; Department of Elementary Education (2012)
The purpose of this study was to trace the reflections of critical issues, such as neo-liberalism, cultural differences based on social class, gender stereotyping, and nationalism in the elementary mathematics education in Turkey. Critical discourse analysis was conducted to examine these possible reflections. By researching mathematics education from a critical perspective, this study aimed to contribute constructing a starting point for socially responsible mathematics education. There were four main data...
Citation Formats
N. Taşdemir and B. Öner Özkan, “Türk kimliği içerikleri :sosyal psikolojik bir yaklaşım,” Türk Psikoloji Yazıları, pp. 35–49, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/87416.