Women in computer programming occupations in Turkey: How they reconcile their work with their family?

Boğaziçin Journal


Women in Higher Education in Turkey: What Has Changed in 100 Years?
Çevik, Aylin; Hoşgör, Hatice Ayşe (2020-04-01)
In Turkey, women acquired the right to obtain higher education in 1914. Women’s demand for higher education, the increased number of high schools and the needs of teacher-training schools for girls led to an increase in the number of women in higher education over time. After the nation-building process in 1923, new universities were opened across the country and the number of women in higher education has increased from 22 (0.73%) (in 1914) to 3 675 986 (47.5%) (in 2018-2019). Within this framework, this p...
Women in engineering education in Turkey: Understanding the gendered distribution
Zengin-Arslan, B (2002-01-01)
The average percentage of female students in engineering departments in Turkey of 25% in 1998, allows its to argue that women are capable of representing themselves in this field to some extent. However, a detailed examination reveals that the distribution of female students in engineering departments is not even: they are more greatly represented in some departments than others. It can be argued therefore that women in Turkey have a reasonable opportunity of being represented in the field of engineering, w...
Women's paid and unpaid work in tourism: a case of Nevşehir-Avanos-Ürgüp triangle in the Cappadocia Region
Elmas, Şermin; Ecevit, Fatma Yıldız; Department of Sociology (2002)
Women’s changing experiences with patriarchy during rural transformation of Turkey: a case study in a central anatolian town Avanos
Gönüllü Atakan, Ayşe; Hoşgör, Hatice Ayşe; Department of Sociology (2014)
This thesis is a qualitative study on women’s changing patriarchal experiences after 1980s during rural transformation process of a central Anatolian district –Avanos- from a feminist perspective. The main argument of this research that patriarchy and capitalism are the main sources of women’s oppression today, and a change in one affects the other closely. According to the findings of the research, the organization, control and intensity of both productive and reproductive labour of women determine the pat...
Women and Occupational Sex Segregation In Turkish Labor Market, 2004-2010
Gülen, Gülşah; Erdil, Erkan; Department of Economics (2012)
The effects of occupational sex segregation on wage differentials and poverty, and the factors behind the differentiation on occupational choices are analyzed in various studies. There are also recent studies analyzing Turkish case. However, there are limited attempts combining both segregation and occupational decision in Turkish labor market. This thesis wants to fill this gap and as well as contribute the literature of Turkish labor market and OSS, with analyzing the most current data of Household Labor ...
Citation Formats
A. C. Tokluoğlu, H. A. Hoşgör, and F. Y. Ecevit, “Women in computer programming occupations in Turkey: How they reconcile their work with their family?,” Boğaziçin Journal, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 35–55, 2002, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/93577.