Gender and occupational segregation in public organizations:A case study in Turkey

Sallan, Songül


Gender and sexual identity construction in early childhood education: the case of a private kindergarten in Ankara
Şalgam, Didem; Bodirsky, Katharina; Department of Sociology (2014)
This thesis investigates gender and sexual identity construction in early childhood education in Turkey. The aim of the thesis is to understand how heteronormativity operates in childcare institutions and how children are socialized into social roles of gender and sexuality in early childhood education. This thesis also seeks to understand how children internalize and resist to/challenge gender and sexuality norms that are being imposed on them. The thesis is based on two and a half months of ethnographic f...
Gender Inequality in Higher Education in Turkey A comparative Analyses of Education and Engineering Faculties
Çevik, Aylin; Hoşgör, Hatice Ayşe (2015-08-28)
Gender and personality differences in cognitive tasks: a performance and human mental workload study
Batun, Betül; Çilingir, Canan; Çakır, Murat Perit; Department of Industrial Engineering (2015)
The increasing complexity of today’s systems creates more demand on individuals during their daily tasks and mental workload becomes more important during a cognitive process. In this study, our aim is to investigate whether individual differences, cognitive task types and task difficulty have a significant impact on mental workload and how those elements affect mental workload if they do. N-back, maze and information sampling task (IST) are used as cognitive tasks. Mental workload is assessed by monitoring...
Gender segregation in Turkish manufacturing industry: 1985-1998
Kasnakoğlu, Zehra; Dikbayır, Gülfer (Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi (Ankara, Turkey), 2002)
This study attempts to quantify and analyze the magnitude of gender segregation in Turkey. Measures of gender segregation by economic activity are obtained for all sectors of the economy for the 1985-1998 period. The results suggest that there is gender segregation by economic activity within the aggregate economy. The manufacturing sector and its sub-sectors —in particular, the three sectors that comprise the highest shares in women’s employment within the industry, namely a) food, beverages and tobacco, b...
Gender differences in a career development: A case study in banking sector.
Özsoy, Zeynep; Ayata, Ayşe; Department of Sociology (1993)
Citation Formats
S. Sallan, “Gender and occupational segregation in public organizations:A case study in Turkey,” Middle East Technical University, 1991.