Surrounded by Insecurity: The Roots of Turkish May 31th Movement



Surrounded by Insecurity the roots of the Turkish 31st May movement
Cihanger, Duygu; Büyükcivelek, Ahmet Burak (2015-12-18)
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Since the late 1990s, following the state’s process of de-politicization and exclusion, educated Islamist women in the urban centers of Turkey have been active in raising Muslim women’s identity consciousness and generating solidarity with those affected by the headscarf ban. In the women’s organizations analyzed in this article, Islamist women are carving out a niche to challenge both secularist and Islamist patriarchal practices and discourse. This article contends that organized Islamist women have becom...
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Lacan is an influential figure of 20th Century thought. Being a psychoanalyst, a linguist and at the same time a philosopher, in his theory he combines all three of these disciplines. Even in his later works, he tried to combine his theory with mathematical formalization. His theory influenced three important political thinkers: Laclau, Žižek and Badiou. The purpose of this dissertation is mainly to examine Lacan’s thought and its impasses which could be found especially in the political applications of his...
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Citation Formats
D. Cihanger Medeıros Rıbeıro and A. B. Büyükcivelek, Surrounded by Insecurity: The Roots of Turkish May 31th Movement. 2015.