Essays about: "Turkey cultural analysis"

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  1. 1. Modern Turkish National Identity in Museums : Representation Analysis in Istanbul Museums and Heritage Sector Between 2010-2020

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för ABM

    Author : Lilaf Ajjo; [2021]
    Keywords : National identity; Turkey; National identity representation; Power; Narrative representation; Heritage use; Nationell identitet; Turkiet; nationella museer; folkrepresentation; makt; kollektivt minne;

    Abstract : The representation of national identity in museums of the 21st century´s diverse and multicultural societies is a challenging task. It is a task that involves questions of narrative and heritage inclusivity as well as questions of power and ideology. READ MORE

  2. 2. Women of Rivers - Feminist Political Ecology of Hydropower Development in Eastern Black Sea Region of Turkey

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen; Lunds universitet/Master of Science in Development Studies; Lunds universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Ezgi Mangura; [2021]
    Keywords : Feminist Political Ecology; Hydropower Development in Turkey; Social Inequality; Gendered Livelihoods; Narrative Analysis; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Hydropower projects have rapidly increased in Eastern Black Sea Region of Turkey, putting local women’s socio-environmental engagements with rivers in danger. This thesis examines the hydropower projects in the aforementioned region, from the Feminist Political Ecology perspective, with an intersectional look, and thus explores how the hydropower projects have resulted in reproducing social inequalities by impairing women’s identities. READ MORE

  3. 3. What can cooperation in the Black Sea Region teach us about Securitization Theory

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Alex Tanchev; [2019-09-26]
    Keywords : securitization; collective action; realism; Turkey; NATO; Russia; European Union; international cooperation; low-trust system; Black Sea Region; Eurasianism; Neo-Osmanism; soft power;

    Abstract : As a relatively new theoretical framework, Securitization Theory has been criticized for its descriptive, rather than explanatory, nature, lack of unified methodology and its limited transferability. By using the Black Sea Region as an empirical example, I offer a new perspective on the merits of Securitization Theory–namely that it should be seen as a step towards an integrated multidisciplinary approach that allows for a dialogue between different theoretical schools. READ MORE

  4. 4. Conditional Freedom: Identifying How Orientalism Informs Structural and Cultural Violence Towards Muslim Women in Turkey

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Fakulteten för kultur och samhälle (KS)

    Author : Yousor Akrawi; [2019]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : This thesis aims to point out the ways in which Muslim women who wear the headscarf are subject to cultural and structural violence, and to discuss how that violence is informed by Orientalism. The study answers the following question: How does Orientalism inform structural and cultural violence against the wearing of the headscarf by Muslim women in Turkey? The theoretical framework applied to this study explores Johan Galtung’s different forms of violence: structural and cultural violence. READ MORE

  5. 5. The last “terrorist” - Kurdish Marginalized Perspectives in the Turkish Social And Political Landscape

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Fakulteten för kultur och samhälle (KS)

    Author : Isabella Berfin Aslan; [2019]
    Keywords : Kurdish conflict understanding;

    Abstract : Despite the vast research on the protracted conflict between the PKK and the Turkish state, recent battles in the South-East of Turkey have increased the anti-Kurdish attitudes and discourses in Turkish society. I argue that Kurdish marginalized individuals conflict understandings are silenced in the Turkish social and political landscape. READ MORE