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    • The theme of divided consciousness in Ibsen's later plays 

      Berk Küsmenoğlu, Tuba (Bilkent University, 1994)
      Ibsen employs several techniques in his plays and each of these serves an essential purpose— the examination of the nature of consciousness. Hence, an analysis of this theme is crucial to the better understanding of ...
    • Turkey's national role conceptions and the implications in the Eastern Mediterranean 

      Akın, Yazgı Nur (Bilkent University, 2021-01)
      Although many studies prefer using the mainstream international relations (IR) theories nowadays, this thesis utilizes role theory as a foreign policy analysis (FPA) tool for examining national role conceptions of Turkey ...
    • The U.S. shale oil, market forces and export ban 

      Taneri, İlayda (Bilkent University, 2020-08)
      Shale oil revolution after 2011 changed both the U.S. and world oil markets. In this thesis the market determinants of a shale oil production – Frac Count for the U.S is studied. The empirical evidence suggests that a ...
    • What is the role of renewable energy resources in terms of state's acts seeking power or security in international order for China? 

      Kurt, Furkan Vefa (Bilkent University, 2021-02)
      This thesis focuses on renewable energy development in China to examine how China has increased renewable energy production and consumption. Government role in renewable development, supporting policies, and the process ...
    • Which nightmare to choose? : A study of Heart of Darkness 

      Tul, Ruhican (Bilkent University, 1991)
      This sludy of Conrad’s lioarl of aims aL a close Lextual ¿inalysis of tlie relaLionship between Marlow and Kurtz, ttie two main cluiracters of the novel, and of the role civilisation plays in determining tlie fate of ...
    • Women in Love as a polyphonic novel 

      Uzundemir, Özlem (Bilkent University, 1991)
      Lawrence’s critics have tended to analyse his novel Women in Love by explaining what the novel "means", and treating the author as an omniscient presence, who organises the plot and the characterisation. This type of ...