The representation of Third world: Discourse of development and feminism

Özuğurlu, Aynur


The politicization of gender: from identity politics to post-identity
Kale, Nülüfer; Ecevit, Mehmet Cihan; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2011)
The aim of this thesis study is to understand the significance of today’s feminist politics in Turkey for post-identity politics. When it is considered that identity politics is being widely practiced today, whereas there is still much vagueness regarding the ways of doing post-identity politics, in order to achieve the aim of this study it becomes necessary to make a critique of identity politics and to reveal post-identitarian tendencies through this critique of identity-based political mobilization. In t...
The representation of gender in political discourses a critical discourse analysis of government public addresses in Turkey
Işık Güler, Hale (null; 2014-08-22)
The Transformation of architectural narrative from literature to cinema: differences, continuities and limits of representation in different media
Hacıömeroğlu, Türkan Nihan; Güzer, Celal Abdi; Department of Architecture (2015)
The prosperity of an architectural design cannot be evaluated only by its physical functionality, but requires the consideration of its fictional and representative power. The latter feature of architecture is an essential component of design both as an input and as an outcome. In fact, this feature is the main reason that architecture is an inseparable part of any fiction, that is related with people let it be a story, a movie, a commercial or a political discourse, etc. Besides being a sole part, architec...
The Intersection of class and gender: an analysis on family performances through coming-out practices of lesbian, gay, bisexual individuals
Uzun, Damla Umut; Beşpınar Akgüner, Fatma Umut; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2019)
Problematizing the taken-for-granted definitions and roles standardizing and normalizing the heteronormative nuclear family, from the critical perspective of Queer Theory, this study considers family as a whole of practices performed by and intimacy felt among the members included rather than a given and concrete entity. In order to reflect the idea of unstable, transforming and fluid characteristic of the family notion, this research focuses on both the biological and chosen family relations of non-trans l...
The Image of the Turks in European Anglophone Intellectual Discourse
Çırakman Deveci, Aslı (Hollitzer Verlag, 2021-02-01)
In the following, a number of European travelogues from the Ottoman Empire of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries are discussed and compared with de- scriptions of Turkish society and politics that relied on the secondary knowledge that was often harvested from such travelogues, but was interpreted differently by their authors. The aim is to convey the political and social relevance of the Otto- man Empire to European intellectuals of the period.1 The Turks were obviously interesting, as the sheer amoun...
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A. Özuğurlu, “The representation of Third world: Discourse of development and feminism,” Middle East Technical University, 1996.