Traditional firm history and the possibility of alternative histories



Extreme Value Theory on Valuation of Actuarial Risk
Yıldırım Külekci, Bükre; Kestel, Sevtap Ayşe; Karabey, Uğur (2018-10-07)
Critical discourse analysis of gender policy in Turkish education: evidence from policy documents and print media
Küçükakın Mercan, Pınar; Engin Demir, Cennet; Department of Educational Sciences (2017)
The purpose of the study was threefold: (1) to examine policy discourses on gender policy in education in the last decade in Turkey, (2) to examine media discourses on gender policy in education in the last decade in Turkey, and (3) to examine teachers’ views of gender policy in education in the last decade in Turkey. The study utilized critical discourse analysis as a research tool to investigate the discursive implications of gender equality/inequality in education embedded in language and information of ...
Critical Values of Calibrations and MinimalSubmanifolds
Ünal, İbrahim (2015-01-05)
On a calibrated manifold M with differential p-form ϕ as the calibration, calibrated submanifolds i.e. ϕ-submanifolds are globally volume minimizing in their homology classes. Thus, they are a very good source of minimal submanifolds. These are the submanifolds corresponding to the global maximum value of the calibration ϕ when considered as a function on Grassmannian bundle of oriented p-planes of M. In this talk, I will explain that submanifolds corresponding to any non-zero critical value of a calibratio...
Critical reasoning for social justice: moral encounters with the paradoxes of intercultural education
Tochon, Francois V.; Karaman, Abdullah Cendel (2009-07-01)
The concepts and goals that are relied on in intercultural development programs have not been clearly situated in the social contexts of education. ‘Steps’ and ‘strategies’ are applied with varied interpretations to different subject areas. In preparing individuals for encounters with cultural otherness, these approaches often fall short. This article investigates the paradoxical terms of intercultural development and re‐conceptualizes intercultural reasoning within moral and critical dimensions of educatio...
Alternative Subject Positions and Subject-Object Relations in Keats's Poetry
Günday , Merve; Birlik, Nurten; Department of English Literature (2022-12)
This dissertation claims that Keats’s poetry is a reaction against the discourse of modernity which traumatized the human subject by creating a divide between human and nature, subject and object. It argues that by transcending this divide and acknowledging the agency of both subject and object, his poetry makes an ideological statement and offers a new site of existence or relationality to the readers. This site also implies a response to the accusations that the Romantics were not interested in the realit...
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