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The expansion of compulsory education in Turkey: Local and world culture dynamics
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2016)
Drawing on world culture and local culture explanations of educational change, this article aims to understand the dynamics of educational reform in Turkey in 1997 that expanded compulsory primary education from five to ...
Turkey's rapprochements with Greece and Armenia : Understanding path breaking steps
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2019)
This comparative analysis considers the Turkish-Greek rapprochement and the Turkish-Armenian rapprochement processes with a three-dimensional approach. Although the deep-rooted conflicts between neither Greece and Turkey ...
July 15: The glorious resistance of Turkish democracy
(SETA Foundatıon, 2016)
On 15 July 2016, Turkey experienced a milestone in its political history. An entity, judicially and officially recognized as the Gulenist Terror Organization (FETO), operating through a group of its disciples nested in the ...
The political economy of migration and integration: Effects of immigrants on the economy in Turkey
The increase of trade wars, a shifting economy, and the multi-country interests of radical right parties keep international migration on the global agenda. Following the Syrian civil war, Turkey, which implemented an ...
Tracking terrorism and counter-terrorism: Introducing the Turkey terrorism incidents database
This research note presents an original dataset on PKK terrorism incidents in Turkey based on an extensive review of the Turkish-language newspapers. The dataset contains 4579 events, coded across 68 variables, and over ...
The communication strategies of ideologically polarized civil society organizations on Twitter: the case of Turkey
(Springer Nature, 2022)
We investigated how ideologically polarized civil society organizations (CSOs) in Turkey use Twitter. We analyzed tweets from 20 CSOs in Turkey for a period of 7 months by using the Information-Community-Action framework. ...