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Urban music and entrepreneurship: beats, rhymes and young people’s enterprise
(SAGE Journals, 2018)
Stepping into the global: Turkish professionals, employment in transnational corporations, and aspiration to transnational forms of cultural capital
This article explores the narratives of professionals from Turkey working in transnational corporations to contribute to discussions of new middle classes and global stratification focusing on emerging forms of cultural ...
Erken dönem Osmanlı esnaf teşkilatının nitelikleri üzerine düşünceler
(Gaye Kitabevi, 2018-05-01)
Bu bölümde I. Selim dönemi Bursa esnaf teşkilatı incelenmektedir. Osmanlı esnaf teşkilatının hiyerarşik yapısının ve kethüda, yiğitbaşı gibi görevlilerinin I. Selim döneminde ortaya çıkmaya başladığı tespit edilmektedir.
Some thoughts on class and class struggle as evoked by Durrenberger and Doukas’ article
(Springer Nature, 2018-03)
Longitudinal relations among parenting daily hassles, child rearing, and prosocial and aggressive behaviors in Turkish children
The present study was designed to examine the longitudinal relations between parenting daily hassles and young children's later prosocial and aggressive behaviors, as well as the mediating role of parenting practices in a ...
What happens after the protests? Understanding protest outcomes through multi-level social change
(American Psychological Association, 2018)
Over the last few years, large-scale social movements and the consequences of these movements from the perspectives of protesters have been gaining increased attention across the globe. Psychological research has tended ...
Beyond mosque, church, and state: alternative narratives of the nation in the balkans
(Oxford University Press, 2018-02)
From competitive to multidirectional memory: a literary tool for comparison
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Recent research shows that Turkish society is very polarized and that different identities and ideological perspectives are in constant struggle with each other. In a multicultural society such as Turkey’s, the question ...
Status quo conservatism, placation, or partisan division? analysing citizen attitudes towards financial reform in the United States
(Taylor & Francis, 2018-03-21)
Within the literature on financial governance a key question is why the 2008 financial crisis did not elicit a stronger regulatory reaction than it did – the ‘post-crisis stasis’ puzzle. We explore a neglected dimension ...
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