İsmet İnönü’ye Hitaben Yazılıp Kitaplaşmış Açık Mektuplar



Çelik, Birten (null; 2018-10-25)
Contending approaches to security in ısrael: 1948-2000
Başer, Zeynep; Tür Küçükkaya, Özlem; Department of International Relations (2008)
This thesis provides an analysis of Israel’s security conceptions, discourses and practices, in the context of the Arab–Israeli conflict in general and the Israeli–Palestinian conflict in particular, between 1948 and 2000. The purpose of the study is, to explore those processes through which particular definitions and practices of security have been produced and changed, against the background of the domestic debates and competing worldviews among key political actors; and to highlight the overall impact of...
Identity formation process of young generation educated Palestinians in Israel in the 1990s
Ercan, Suna; Tılıç, Helga Rittersberger; Department of Sociology (2004)
The main purpose of the present study is to explore the tendencies regarding identity definition of young generation educated Arabs who are Israeli citizens. The internal and external dynamics in the 1990s are investigated in relation to their impact on the identity formation of young generation educated Arabs in Israel. The aspirations and demands of the case study group on the civic and national grounds are analyzed. The research topic is focused on the changing attitudes of the Arab community in Israel b...
Israeli foreign policy towards syrian uprising: a defensive realist perspective
Eskiduman, Özgecan; Tür Küçükkaya, Özlem; Department of Middle East Studies (2019)
In this study, Israeli foreign policy response towards Syrian Uprising is examined within the context of defensive realist approach. This study aims to underline the changing context of defensive realist foreign policy, although the nature remained as defensive since the old experiences of both Lebanon interventions prevent Israel to adopt revisionist foreign policy. In this sense, although Israel adopted revisionist policies towards the region from time to time, they could not adopt this type of foreign po...
An Exploratory study on default mode network's time course analysis
Akın, Burak; Gökçay, Didem; Department of Biomedical Engineering (2012)
At resting state, some parts of the human brain is more active than the other areas. Furthermore, the resting state activity in these areas exhibit a sudden decrease when the same areas are recruited in a task. Default mode network (DMN) is one of the resting state networks in the human brain, revealed through functional magnetic resonance (fMR) data acquisition while the subject is in an idle state. The aim of this study is to examine time-course properties of resting state default-mode network by using in...
Citation Formats
B. Çelik, İsmet İnönü’ye Hitaben Yazılıp Kitaplaşmış Açık Mektuplar. 2019, p. 69.