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    • “Âşık” Şah Senem ve “Âşık” Aslı’nın sesleri ve suskunlukları 

      Uçar, A. (Geleneksel Yayıncılık, 2009)
      “Kerem ile Aslı” ve “Garip ile Şah Senem” hikâyeleri genellikle Âşık Kerem ve Âşık Garip’in biyografileri veya hikâyeleri olarak değerlendirilmiştir. Aslı da Şah Senem de bu hikâyelerde saz çalıp şiir söylemelerine rağmen, ...
    • Conradian quest versus dubious adventure: Graham and Barbara Greene in West Africa 

      Kennedy, V. (Taylor and Francis., 2015)
      Graham Greene's Journey Without Maps (1936) largely conforms to the masculine tradition of imperialist travel writing, where the male protagonist emerges as the (sometimes conflicted) hero of his own narrative. Much of ...
    • A feminist approach to family folklore: "Aganigi Naganigi" 

      Uçar, A. (2006)
      This article is devoted to analysis of gender stereotyping in a TV commercial with a special focus on patriarchal family and family folklore. A recent TV commercial promoting consumption of hazelnuts, namely "Cave Man", ...
    • Gender roles and the education gender gap in Turkey 

      Caner, A.; Guven, C.; Okten, C.; Sakalli, S. O. (Springer, 2016)
      Using nationally representative data on individual subjective views on gender roles, we examine the gender gap in educational achievement in Turkey and show that the cultural bias against the education of girls is a ...