Online complaints from a cross-cultural perspective: The case of Aegean and Turkish Airlines

Vladimirou, Dimitra
Hatipoğlu, Çiler


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Vladimirou, Dimitra; Hatipoğlu, Çiler (2020-11-04)
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In the recent past, people were used to consult health care professionals or textbooks in order to find answer to health related questions. Now, the availability of medical information through electronic resources has changed people‘s information-seeking behaviors and, as a result, electronic information resources have become very popular and frequently used for health related searches. This study examines the online health information-seeking behaviors of middle aged and older people from Middle East Techn...
Online Hostility at the Nexus of Migration and Gender: Exploring the Gendered Hate Discourse Towards Syrian Refugee Women in Turkey
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As the boundaries of the nation-states have become more blurred than ever, public discourses and perceptions around refugee populations are now positioned at the core of today’s political landscape and simultaneously of a growing academic interest. Such discourses predominantly index an anti-refugee and anti-immigration stance (Krzyżanowski, 2020). This stance is mostly manifested through aggressive, offensive and discriminatory language use directed at refugees in overt or covert ways. The affordances of o...
Pulat, Metin; Barutçu Yıldırım, Kadriye Funda; Department of Educational Sciences (2022-9-21)
This study examined clients' and psychological counselors' experiences, views, and suggestions regarding online counseling. Participants were approached through criterion sampling method. Those who experienced at least eight sessions via videoconferencing tools were included. Participants consisted of two separate groups: Ten clients (seven female, two male, and one non-binary) and ten psychological counselors (five female, four male, and one queer). Data were analyzed with interpretative phenomenological a...
Internet plagiarism in higher education: tendencies, triggering factors and reasons among teacher candidates
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While plagiarism has been a growing problem in higher education for a long time, the use of the Internet has made this increasing problem more unmanageable. In many countries, this problem has become a matter of discussion, and higher education institutions feel obliged to review their policies on academic dishonesty. As part of these efforts, the study aims to examine the tendencies of teacher candidates to plagiarise using the Internet, factors affecting their tendencies and the reasons for plagiarism. In...
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D. Vladimirou and Ç. Hatipoğlu, “Online complaints from a cross-cultural perspective: The case of Aegean and Turkish Airlines,” presented at the IPrA 2021: 17th International Pragmatics Conference: The Pragmatics of Inclusion, Zürich, İsviçre, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: