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When elites polarize over polarization: Framing the polarization debate in Turkey
(Cambridge University Press, 2018-11)
This article aims to explore the views of the Turkish elite on the state of polarization in Turkey. By identifying four political frames-namely, harmony, continuity/decline, conspiracy, and conflict-that selected Turkish ...
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 ...
When local class unionism meets international solidarity: A case of union revitalisation in Turkey
(McMaster University, 2018)
The article concerns the recent transformation and ensuing successes of a Turkish trade union of road transport workers called Tum Tasima Iscileri Sendikasi (TUMTIS). In the mid-2000s, TUMTIS was mainly organised in ...
Making a case over Greco-Turkish rivalry: major power linkages and rivalry strength
(Uluslararası İlişkiler Konseyi Derneği İktisadi İşletmesi, 2018)
The goal of the paper is to explore how the intensity of the Greco-Turkish rivalry (in the 19th and 20th centuries) was affected by variation in the intensity of rivalries between major powers that have political and ...
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 ...
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