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    • 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", ...
    • Fethullah Gülen’s understanding of women’s rights in Islam: a critical reappraisal 

      Fougner, T. (Routledge, 2017)
      This article examines the gender views of Islamist preacher Fethullah Gülen, a citizen of Turkey who has not only risen to global prominence since the early-2000s, but also gained a reputation for having ‘progressive’ views ...
    • Industrialization 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      The process of industrialization, which began in the United States during the early nineteenth century, had an enormous impact on American constructions of masculinity. It complicated preindustrial notions of manhood based ...
    • Islamist women in the post-1980s modern Turkey: ambivalent resistence 

      Tatlı, Ahu (Bilkent University, 2001)
      This thesis analyzes the situation of Islamist women in the post-1980’s Turkey. Islamist women who have participated in the Islamist movement of the post-1980’s, have become the objects of the struggle between the Islamist ...
    • Neighborhood effects and women's agency regarding poverty and patriarchy in a Turkish slum 

      Erman, T.; Türkyilmaz, S. (Sage Publications Ltd., 2008)
      This paper aims to understand the interplay between the neighborhood (spatial) effects of poverty, ethnicity, kin, and patriarchy, and women's agency in the context of an inner-city slum in Ankara, the capital of Turkey. ...
    • Patriarchy 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      Patriarchy—the governance of the household and its members by the male paterfamilias(father of the family), and the social relations this arrangement entails—has empowered men in both private and public life and defined ...
    • Rendering responsible, provoking desire: women and home in squatter/slum renewal projects in the Turkish context 

      Erman, T.; Hatiboğlu, B. (Routledge, 2017)
      This article is situated at the intersection of urban restructuring, cultural conservatism and neoliberalism in the Turkish context to understand the new subject formations of poor women as they are relocated to high-rise ...