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Ayata, Ayşe (33)
Topal Yılmaz, Aylin (25)
Çınar, Süleyman Kürşat (25)
Yavuz, Nilay (21)
Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal (20)

General Social Sciences. (36)
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1980 - 1989 (39)
1990 - 1999 (95)
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Recent Submissions

Where are they doing politics?: Women’s cooperatives as sites of constellations of power
Akyüz, Selin; Çınar, Süleyman Kürşat (Routledge, 2021)
Being more spatially accessible and offering more channels, the active participation of women in local politics is more likely than in national politics. On the other hand, active political engagement in local politics may...
Turkey and Europe: The Eternal Suspense
Ertuğrul, Kürşad (Walter de Gruyter, Inc., 2021-01-01)
Orta Asya'da Tarihsel Kimlikler ve Çatışma
Köksal, Pınar (Avrasya İncelemeleri Merkezi , 2020-12-01)
How Does Education Affect Political Trust?: An Analysis of Moderating Factors
Ugur-Cinar, Meral; Çınar, Süleyman Kürşat; KÖSE, TEKİN (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2020-11-01)
This article aims to understand the correlates of political trust by delving into the multiple interactive effects of education in democratic states throughout the world. It asks whether education raises political trust by...
Özbekistan’da Başkan Şevket Mirziyoyev Dönemi
Köksal, Pınar (2020-10-01)
Bazı yazarlar Özbekistan’ın bölgedeki ağırlığına vurgu yaparak Orta Asya’nın geleceğinin belirlenmesinde bu ülkenin itici güce sahip olduğunu öne sürmektedir. Bu durum bağımsız Özbekistan’ın ikinci devlet bașkanı Șevket Mi...
Political Trust in Nonconsolidated Democracies: The Turkish Case in Comparative Perspective
Çınar, Süleyman Kürşat; KÖSE, TEKİN (Wiley, 2020-09-01)
Class injuries and popular cinema in Turkey:arabeskcries
Avcı, Özgür (Informa UK Limited, 2020-08-01)
Arabeskis a trademark of popular culture in Turkey. At its foundation lie injuries of class, emotional wounds that society inflicts on people's sense of dignity and freedom. Literature onarabeskhas long underemphasized thi...
Big data maturity models for the public sector: a review of state and organizational level models
OKUYUCU, ARAS; Yavuz, Nilay (Emerald, 2020-07-01)
Purpose Despite several big data maturity models developed for businesses, assessment of big data maturity in the public sector is an under-explored yet important area. Accordingly, the purpose of this study is to identify...
Deindustrialization in cities of the Global South
Schindler, Seth; Gillespie, Tom; Banks, Nicola; Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal; Burte, Himanshu; Kanai, J. Miguel; Sami, Neha (2020-04-01)
Recent research by economists has shown that deindustrialization is more severe in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America than it ever was in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Nevertheless, m...
A global assessment of the relationship between religiosity and financial satisfaction
Kose, Tekin; Çınar, Süleyman Kürşat (Informa UK Limited, 2020-01-01)
This article explores the economics of religion with a specific focus on divergent effects of religiosity on people’s financial satisfaction. There is ever-growing literature on the sociology of religion-life satisfaction ...
Kairapolitics: Spinozian Politics of Time
Atmaca, Mustafa Caglar (2020-01-01)
In this study, Spinoza's philosophy is discussed on an ethical-political ground within the context of the temporality of the passions of fear and hope. In this respect, it has been claimed that fear and hope are, in the Sp...
Women's Empowerment in Turkey and Beyond
Çınar, Süleyman Kürşat (Routledge, London/New York , 2020-01-01)
Women’s Empowerment in Turkey and Beyond offers a methodologically, theoretically, and empirically rich analysis of women’s empowerment in male-dominated societies, juxtaposing the Turkish case in comparative perspective. ...
Hegemony versus homour: an analysis of Turkish polarized politics through press portrayals 1947-1960
Mumcu, Özge; Kaya, Raşit.; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
Humor and laughter represent a leaping barrier in the freedom of speech since humour and laughter consist of the transgression of a rule, while censorship places the limits of what can and cannot be said and consequently w...
Public-private partnerships in the light of the principles of good governance: Pakistan's case
Hashmi, Muhammad Uzair; Üstüner, Mustafa Yılmaz; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
Public-Private Partnerships have gained immense popularity since their inception in the 1980s and have become a preferred procurement tool for the governments. Despite PPPs being widespread, the scholars have divided opini...
Creating democratic citizens: what people understand from democracy and how this understanding influences their political participation
Bülbül, Asya; Çınar, Süleyman Kürşat; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
The aim of this thesis is to examine the influence of different conceptualizations of democracy by ordinary citizens on their political participation. In this thesis, it is argued that an important variable has been neglec...
Drug-related violence in mexico: a case of failed state?
Dursun, Ayşegül; Aytekin, Attila E.; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
This thesis focuses on accelerating drug-related violence in Mexico since the early 2000s which has pushed Mexico into arguments around the concept of “failed state” which does not provide a sufficient basis for explaining...
Measuring deliberation online: a comparative analysis of discussions on eksi sozluk
Yavuz, Mert; Özçoban Üstüner, Fahriye; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
As the crisis of representation deepens in the traditional representative democratic institutions, new forms of democracy such as deliberative democracy become more significant. Deliberative Democracy is a form of democrac...
A political approach to transitional justice: truthseeking mechanisms in south Africa and Guatemala
Kuru, Damla; Çırakman Deveci, Aslı; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
Transitional justice aims to confront violent past, systematic and widespread human rights violations through its unique mechanisms. This thesis initially focuses on the literature developed on transitional justice practic...
Constructing an ıslamic society through novels - creation of collective ıdentity and ıssue of participation in ıslamic literature- .
Sandallı, Boğaç; Çakmur, Barış; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
The efforts of political Islam to adopt itself in the public sphere can be read with a variety of perspectives, each of which clarifies the different dimensions of the subject. The common point of those viewpoints is the p...
Changing notions of volunteering: United Nations volunteering programme
Karakaya, Burcu; Göksel, Asuman; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
This thesis investigates the notion of volunteering and the transformation of it with a special focus on the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme. It argues that volunteering cannot be understood without any reference...
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