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Interactive effects of levels of individualism–collectivism on cooperation: a meta-analysis
We examined the interactive effects of levels of individualism–collectivism (I–C) on cooperation at work by meta-analytically combining results obtained from 201 studies, representing 225 independent samples. I–C was ...
Eradicating employment discrimination: toward a cultural values perspective
The article offers the author's insights on the paper by A. Lindsey and colleagues regarding the reduction of discrimination in employment. The author argues that the paper failed to provide a model by which diversity can ...
Development and evaluation of an interface for pre-operative planning of cryoablation of a kidney tumor
Surgical interfaces are used for the interpretation and quantification of the patient information, and for the presentation of an integrated workflow where all available data are combined to enable optimal treatments. Human ...
The senior discount: biases against older career changers
This study examined age discrimination in between- vs. within-career job transitions. We expected that older workers transitioning into a new field would experience greater age discrimination than those who change jobs ...
Christopher Dole. Healing secular life: loss and devotion in modern Turkey. Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia Press, 2012. x + 291 pages.
(Cambridge University Press, 2013-10)
Issues of ideology and identity in Turkish literature during the Cold War
In the Cold War era, the period from the end of the Second World War to the fall of the Berlin Wall, Turkey was dominated by efforts of democratization and liberalization, economic growth and instability, intellectual and ...
Sculpting the nation in early republican Turkey
Public monuments and statues of Atatürk, the founding father of the Turkish republic, are everywhere in modern Turkey. By the time Atatürk died in 1938, hundreds of busts, statues and monuments of him had already been ...
Cultivating and contesting order: 'European Turks' and negotiations of neighbourliness at 'home'
This article examines how Turks returning from Germany to Turkey self-fashion as 'orderly neighbours'. By maintaining aesthetically pleasing homes and gardens, keeping public spaces clean, and obeying rules and laws in ...
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