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Prosocial moral reasoning and prosocial behavior among Turkish and Spanish adolescents
(Society for Personality Research, 2012)
Prosocial moral reasoning and behavior of young people in early and middle adolescence were examined in relation to the association among the variable of cultural group, age, and gender. Adolescents from Valencia, Spain ...
Students’ self-presentation on Facebook: an examination of personality and self-construal factors
The present research seeks to extend existing theory on self-disclosure to the online arena in higher educational institutions and contribute to the knowledge base and understanding about the use of a popular social ...
The overall odds ratio as an intuitive effect size index for multiple logistic regression: examination of further refinements
This study used Monte Carlo simulation to examine the properties of the overall odds ratio (OOR), which was recently introduced as an index for overall effect size in multiple logistic regression. It was found that the OOR ...
Post-imperial crises and liminal masculinity in Orhan Kemal’s My Father’s House–The Idle Years
My Father’s House–The Idle Years is an autobiographical novel by Orhan Kemal, one of the giants of Turkish literature. The novel’s explicit focus is on a boy who grows up pursuing self-realization in a working-class ...
Bakmak ama görmemek: Türkiye'de kadın yazarların profili
(Doğu Akdeniz Üniversitesi Kadın Araştırmaları Merkezi, 2012)
Bu makale, edebiyat sosyolojisi alanına giren ve Türkiye deki edebiyatçı kadınların profilini ortaya çıkartmayı amaçlayan bir araştırma projesinin ürünüdür. Kadın yazarların eğitim durumları, meslekleri, babalarının ...
Technology and social theory
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012-10)
More than twenty-five years ago social theorist Randall Collins aptly pointed out that technology was one of sociology’s “unexplored dark spots.” Had he then perused the pages of Technology and Culture, he could have noted ...
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