Mistreatment at Work: An Investigation of Its Etic and Emic Aspects in Turkish Context

Acar, Feride Pınar
Toker, Yonca
Sümer, Hayriye Canan
Ok, Afife Başak
Göcü-Köse, Aslı
Çavdar, Dilara
Düzgün, Meltem
Karanfil, Derya


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Vural, Erkan; Zeyrek Bozşahin, Deniz; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2008)
The purpose of this study is to investigate disfluency and gesture in the second language under specific conditions such as familiarity vs. non-familiarity, concrete topic type vs. abstract topic type and speaking with native speaker vs. speaker with non-native speaker. The sample of this study was sixteen students from the Department of Basic English in Middle East Technical University (DBE), three instructors from DBE and one instructor from Modern Language Department in Middle East Technical University. ...
Acculturation and subjective well-being: the case of Turkish ethnic youth in Germany
Koydemir, Selda (2013-06-01)
Using a sample of youth with a Turkish background living in Germany, the study aimed to identify their cultural identifications and acculturation attitudes, and test the effects of cultural identifications together with background variables on cognitive and affective aspects of subjective well-being. Measures of identification with the Turkish and German cultures, Turkish identity, German identity, dual identity, life satisfaction, and positive and negative affect were used. The most favored acculturation s...
Acculturation and suicidal ideation among Turkish migrants in the Netherlands
Eylem, Ozlem; Dalğar, İlker; Ince, Burcin Unlu; Tok, Firdevs; van Straten, Annemieke; de Wit, Leonore; Kerkhof, Ad. J. F. M.; Bhui, Kamaldeep (2019-05-01)
More suicidal ideation and higher rates of attempted suicide are found in Turkish people when compared with the general population in Europe. Acculturation processes and related distress may explain an elevated risk of suicide. The current study investigates the association between acculturation and suicidal ideation among Turkish migrants in the Netherlands. The mediating effect of hopelessness and moderating effect of secure attachment are also examined. A total of 185 Turkish migrants living in the Nethe...
Religiosity, self-monitoring and political participation : a research on university students
Altunsu Sönmez, Özlem; Şen, Mustafa; Department of Sociology (2013)
First of all, this study deals with the religiosity in terms of intrinsic and extrinsic religiosity; and investigates whether there is a relationship between the self-monitoring and these types. The important point here is that non-religious individuals were studied under this scope, as well. Another building block of the study is the relationship between religiosity and political participation forms. Just as religiosity, political participation was reviewed from a multi-dimensional point of view and conven...
Immoral objects: a psychogeography of gentrification in Ulus
Taşdizen, Burak; Kaygan, Harun (null; 2015-05-15)
Once the political and economic center of a thriving, young Republic, Ulus neighbourhood in Ankara continues to host elements of both the city’s republican and religious traditions. The district, first surrounded by slums and then neglected after Kızılay became the capital’s new economic center, has been left to low income groups. Today, the distinctive and multi-layered character of Ulus is being targeted and condemned for having overshadowed the spirituality and morality of Hacibayram, a significant relig...
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F. P. Acar et al., “Mistreatment at Work: An Investigation of Its Etic and Emic Aspects in Turkish Context,” presented at the IACCP, Nevada, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri, 2022, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/98285.