The Invisible Crisis Unveiling the urban crisis and its containment strategies



The Place of Women’s Filmmaking in an Interdisciplinary Architecture Curriculum
Pinar, Ekin (2021-04-16)
The Mystery of return to Bulgaria: analyzing self-identity construction of Bulgarian Turkish immigrant women through their everyday life experiences on the two sides of the border
Kılıçlı, Gizem; Zırh, Besim Can; Department of Social Anthropology (2017)
This research is based on the fieldwork that was conducted in Kardzhali district, Bulgaria with nineteen Bulgarian Turkish immigrant women, who emigrated from Bulgaria to Turkey and, then, returned to Bulgaria in various times. The aim of this study is to analyze the effects of Bulgarian Turkish immigrant women’s experiences on the two sides of the border that spread three different periods on their decision of return to Bulgaria, and on their self-identity construction. The importance of this research lies...
The 'politics of intimate' at the intersection of neo-liberalism and neo-conservatism in contemporary Turkey
Acar, Feride; Altunok, Gülbanu (2013-11-01)
This paper aims to review the 'politics of the intimate' in the Turkish context. By looking at regulations and policy debates in the areas of sexuality, reproduction and family and partnership in the 2000s, it critically analyzes the scope and content of state policies, as well as the policy debates in these areas, from a gender and gender equality perspective. This analysis further emphasizes the interaction between neo-liberalism and neo-conservatism, two political rationalities that have come to play imp...
The Uyghur Diaspora in Cyberspace: Identity and Homeland Cause
Kuşçu Bonnenfant, Işık (2014-03-01)
Since the 1950s, the Uyghur diaspora communities have engaged in a wide array of activities to transnationalize the case of Uyghurs in the homeland. Uyghur diaspora have traditionally organized around associations and worked towards transnationalizing the homeland cause through conferences, press releases, printed materials such as books and journals as well as booklets and pamphlets. For the last decade or so though, Uyghur diaspora groups are benefiting from a new means of communication, the Internet. By ...
The Neoliberal Discourse on Corruption as a Means of Consent Building: reflections from post-crisis Turkey
Bedirhanoğlu Toker, Pınar (2007-01-01)
This article draws attention to the ideological role that the neoliberal discourse on corruption has fulfilled in the promotion of the second generation reforms in Southern countries since the 1997 East Asian financial crisis. This discourse is ahistoric insofar as it fails to recognise corruption as a problem of modernity; biased insofar as it associates corruption with Southern countries' historical and cultural specificities only; contradictory in terms of its counter-productive anti-corruption strategie...
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M. K. Bayırbağ, “The Invisible Crisis Unveiling the urban crisis and its containment strategies,” 2013, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: