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Awareness of and support for human rights among Turkish university students
(The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999)
Human rights have a high place on the agenda of the world today. In the eyes of their defenders they are a sine qua non for the peace and the welfare of mankind and for democratic ideals. On the other hand the human rights ...
Turkish women's predicament
(Pergamon Press, 1999)
To the foreign observer, Turkish women constitute an anomaly amongst Muslim societies. Since the creation of the Turkish Republic in 1923, Turkey has engaged in a project of modernization and secularization. As part and ...
Explaining right-wing violence in Germany: a time series analysis
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc., 1999)
Although some research exists on the relationship between the economy, foreigners, and support for right-wing parties, the effect of the economy and foreigners on instances of right-wing violence in Germany has not yet ...
Squatter (gecekondu) housing versus apartment housing: Turkish rural-to-urban migrant residents' perspectives
This paper investigates the meaning of squatter (gecekondu) and apartment housing for rural-to-urban migrant residents and their perceptions and preferences regarding this issue in the context of Turkey. The research, ...
Becoming " urban " or remaining " rural ": the views of Turkish rural-to-urban migrants on the " integration " question
(Cambridge University Press, 1998)
The mass migration from rural areas to larger cities in the Third World and the rapid social changes entailed by this transformation have attracted the attention of social and political scientists since the 1950s. The ...
The effect of international migration on religious observance and attitudes in Turkey
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc., 1998)
As part of a larger inquiry into the consequences of international migration for those who remain in the country of origin, detailed interviews were conducted with 234 adults in four Turkish provinces. Three migrant-status ...
Is legal-rational bureaucracy a prerequisite for a rational-productive bureaucracy? The case of Turkey
(Sage Publications, 1998)
The particular pattern the bureaucratic development in Turkey has evinced suggests that legal rationality is a prerequisite for the successful institutionalization of rational productivity. Whereas there is a zero-sum type ...
Turkey's predicament in the post-Cold War era
(Pergamon Press, 1996)
The ultimate objective of the modern Turkish republic was to be recognized as a European state. The Cold War structures enabled the realization of that goal. Turkey's Europeanness was defined according to its geostrategic ...
What is the matter with citizenship? A Turkish debate
(Taylor & Francis Group Ltd., 1999)