Culture in organizations: The case for a multi national company

Yağmurlu, Aslı


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Architecture is a culturally fueled, creative, and interdisciplinary profession. It operates in the conception, coordination, and critical assessment of the built environment while requiring the refinement of an architectural common sense, through an acumen that is most pragmatically tuned for the delivery of all services involved. The ongoing virtualization in a globalized consumer society allows for the conception, urge, and realization to propagate previously incomprehensible forms and methods, and a ten...
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Recent studies have juxtaposed hedonic forms of media entertainment motivations (seeking for pleasure and fun) with eudaimonic forms (seeking for insights into the human condition). As most of this research was confined to the Western world so far, this contribution explores the impact of culture on hedonic and eudaimonic media entertainment motivations. Culture is conceptualized on both macro- and micro levels of analysis. On the macro level of countries, the study draws of Hofstede's concept of individual...
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This paper builds on the designation of cultural actors' actions as a decisive factor in the emergence of urban patterns of art-driven social co-presences in Istanbul. It contributes to the creative city debate from the perspective of community development by incorporating the contemporary arts into urban social space making efforts. Methodologically, the locations of art organizations in the contemporary arts scene of Istanbul are approached as an urban pattern of art driven social co-presences that result...
Cultural diplomacy as a foreign policy tool of turkey: the case of Turksoy
Ezer, Salim; Köksal, Pınar; Department of Eurasian Studies (2019)
This thesis analyzes the International Organization of Turkic Culture (Uluslararası Türk Kültürü Teşkilatı, TURKSOY) as a significant cultural diplomacy organization established in 1993 upon the signing of its founding agreement by the Ministers of Culture of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Turkey in the post-Soviet era in order to foster relations among these Turkic countries. The main research question of this study is how effective TURKSOY is as an institution of cultural...
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A. Yağmurlu, “Culture in organizations: The case for a multi national company,” Middle East Technical University, 1997.