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Articulating difference: the problem of the other in international political economy
This paper demonstrates that advancing our understanding of international political economy (IPE) entails posing the question of otherness and difference as an object of theoretical and historical inquiry. It suggests that ...
Migration experiences of Turkish women: Notes from a researcher's diary
The article reviews the migration experiences of Turkish women who were either involved in external migration or were exposed to migration by being left behind upon the emigration of their husbands. It includes notes on ...
Islam and democracy in Turkey: Toward a reconciliation?
(Middle East Institute, 1997)
Turkey's democracy has been consolidated by the inclusion of the religiously-oriented into mainstream politics. This was facilitated by the increasing secularization of the Turks that made support for a radical religious ...
Two incompatible positions in the challenge against the 'individual subject of modernity'
(Sage Publications Ltd., 1997)
This paper discusses the theoretical status of human beings in the therapeutic sciences of modern societies. The concept of the 'individual' was shaped, and achieved an unsurpassable status in scientific discourse, during ...
Women and the housing environment: The experiences of Turkish migrant women in squatter (Gecekondu) and apartment housing
This article investigates the experiences of rural migrant women in an apartment district and a squatter (gecekondu) settlement in Ankara, Turkey. It demonstrates the significant role the housing environment plays in the ...
Democratization in the Middle East: Turkey-how far from Consolidation?
(The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996)
[No abstract available]
Parliamentary government with a strong president: the post-1989 Turkish experience
(The Academy of Political Science, 1996)
Muslim-Turkish children in Germany: sociocultural problems
(Center for Migration Studies, 1996)
The integration of Muslim-Turkish children into the German school environment and more importantly, into the larger context of German society, is fraught with difficulties. A host of sociocultural problems hinders their ...
Kemalism, hyper-nationalism and Islam in Turkey
(Taylor & Francis, 1994)
[No abstract available]
Parameters and strategies of Islam-state interaction in republican Turkey
(Cambridge University Press, 1996)
Against a historical background marked by “the most radical secular revolution of any state in the Muslim world,” the Turkish state over the past decade has faced an Islamic fundamentalist challenge to its secular basis. ...