The emerging tendencies in the making of the working class in Turkey.

Beşeli, Mehmet


The Challenges and aspirations of professional middleclass parenting in Turkey
Toğay, Sevil; Beşpınar Akgüner, Fatma Umut; Department of Sociology (2019)
Drawing on 15 interviews with middle-class parents who occupy professional positions at work-life, this study examines the intersectionality of gender and class in professional middle-class parenting experiences and practices- a family strategy for class reproduction. Gendered segregated networks in parenting are existent and this is why woman and man have similar and different parenting experiences as they differently do parenting in the midst of expectations of the intensive parenting ideology, class posi...
The glass cliff: differences in perceived suitability and leadership ability of men and women for leadership positions in high and poor performing companies
Uyar, Esra; Acar, Feride Pınar; Department of Business Administration (2011)
The purpose of this thesis was to investigate perception of glass cliff in a Turkish sample. Glass cliff refers to a phenomenon whereby women are over-represented in risky leadership positions. Thus, the current study explored the effect of company performance and candidate gender on perceived suitability and on perceived leadership ability of the candidate for the leadership position. The thesis also examined moderating effects of ambivalent sexism (hostile and benevolent sexism) on the relationship betwee...
The effect of educational ideologies on teachers'attitudes towards curriculum change
Yıldırım Yanılmaz, Tuba Nur; Kiraz, Ercan; Department of Educational Sciences (2009)
This study aimed at investigating the effect of educational ideologies on teacher’s perceptions of and attitudes towards curriculum change. The sample consisted of 184 primary and secondary school teachers working in Kulu, Konya. Data were gathered from the participants via two inventories, Educational Ideologies Inventory and Perceptions of and Attitudes towards Curriculum Change Inventory. The first inventory developed by William O’Neill. The second inventory was developed by McAttee & Punch (1979). The r...
The relationships of attachment styles and conflict behaviors among male and female university students
Pancaroğlu, Selin; Sümer, Zeynep; Department of Educational Sciences (2007)
The purpose of the present study is to investigate the relationships of attachment styles and conflict behaviors among male and female university students. Three hundred and twelve university students from various departments and grades of Middle East Technical University in Ankara participated in the study. Turkish version of Experiences in Close Relationships-Revised (ECR-R, Selçuk, Günaydın, Sümer and Uysal, 2005), and Conflict Behaviors Questionnaire (Tezer, 1986) was applied to students to collect data...
Different facets of new middle classness: a case study in the city of Ankara
Karademir, Irmak; Rittersberger Tılıç, Helga İda; Department of Sociology (2009)
The aim of this study is to understand the class character of the new middle class,that is defined as white-collar workers through the bulk of the class literature. To achieve this aim, two sets of research questions, operating both on the objective and subjective levels, have been developed. The first set of questions are; “What are the objective conditions (such as economic capital, cultural capital,gender/age composition and class background) of the people who belong to the new middle class defined as wh...
Citation Formats
M. Beşeli, “The emerging tendencies in the making of the working class in Turkey.,” Middle East Technical University, 1992.