Presentation of urban violence in the Turkish media after the 1990s
Dolanay, Züleyha Sezen
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This thesis analyses how urban violence is represented in the Turkish media. The media coverage of the “varoş people” and the representation of the reasons of urban violence attributed to the varoş population are considered. Rural-to-urban migration, social polarisation depended on ethnic diversities, relative economic deprivation, and rivalry for the public space is discussed based on the media representation of particular urban outbreaks after the 1990s.
HN656.5.Z9 P57 2001
Polarization (Social sciences)--Turkey.
Poverty and crime--Turkey.
Mass media--Social aspects.