Turkish Studies from Different Perspectives

Turkish Studies from Different Perspectives

“I was honored to contribute with a number of well-known writers  in this Valuable work. My chapter tackles a crucial and timely topic and along with the other chapters, the book stands as one of the important academic sources”…. Dr. Fadi Elhusseini

Book introduction by Mert Uydacı

ATINER Institute was established in 1995 as an independent academic organization with the mission to become a forum where academics and researchers from all over the world could meet in Athens and exchange ideas on their research and consider the future developments of their fields of study. Our mission is to make ATHENS a place where academics and researchers from all over the world meet to discuss the developments of their discipline and present their work. To serve this purpose, conferences are organized along the lines of well-established and well defined scientific disciplines. In addition, interdisciplinary conferences are also organized because they serve the mission statement of the Institute. Since 1995, ATINER has organized more than 150 international conferences and has published over 100 books. This book consists of selected papers presented at the 3rd International Conference on Turkey and Turkish Studies 27-30 June 2016, organized by the Athens Institute for Education and Research. In total there were forty-eight papers and sixty-three presenters, coming from eight different countries. The conference was organized into various sessions that included areas of social and physical sciences, political science and other related fields. The twenty-four papers in this book were selected for inclusion after a process of blind-review. In the good tradition of ATINER, the aim of the above mentioned conference was to provide information in various areas of research and to exchange of ideas about Turkey and Turkish Studies. I would like to thank all the participants, the members of the organizing and academic committee and most importantly the administration staff of ATINER for putting this conference together. Also, the process of producing the book could not have been undertaken without the valuable assistance of Res. Asst. Ekin Karapınar and Res. Asst. Gözde Güsan.

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Turkish Studies from Different Perspectives

  • Edited by Mert Uydacı
  • ISBN: 978-960-598-129-7, 382 pages
  • First published in 2017 by ATINER
  • Price: Paperback: 60€ (It includes Shipping and Handling)
  • Electronic copy: 30€

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Mert Uydacı
Part I. Arts and Humanities
1. Between Mamluks and Ottomans: The Worldview of Muḥammad Ibn Ṭūlūn

Chaim Nissim

5
2. Intellectual Property Legislation in the Ottoman Era and its Effects on Knowledge Production

Buket Candan

25
3. İslam Düşüncesinde Kader Anlayışının Ahlak Üzerine Etkisi

İsmail Bulut

39
4. The Social and Economic Situation of the Ulema Class in Thessaloniki in the First Half of the 19th Century

Selahattin Bayram

53
5. The Origins of Transhumance in Turkey

Sinan Ogun & Sezen Ocak

69
6. İslam Devlet Felsefesi

Celal Büyük

81
7. Türkiye’de Yerel Tarih Çalişmalari Örneği: Trabzon Tarihi Çalişmalari

Rahmi Çiçek

91
8. Spatial Reflections of Social Change: The Change of Urban Pattern in the Ottoman Era

Fulya Üstün Demirkaya

109
9. Re-Reading an Architecture Text via Rhetoric: Süleymaniye Mosque Narrative in Tezkiretü’l-Bünyân

Serap Durmuş Öztürk & Hatice Gençcan

127
10. Sacred Precinct Seyitgazi: Religious Architecture of Alevî-Bektashi Communities in Anatolia

Betül Gelengül Ekimci

143
11. Women’s Fashion in the Ottoman Constitutional Period (1908-1918)

Yeliz Usta

161
Part II. Social Sciences
12. European Union’s Involvement to the Disputes between Turkey and Greece

Seven Erdoğan

175
13. Railways and Urban Transformation: The Case of Konya

Emrah Yilmaz

191
14. Community Radios in Europe and Turkey

Ersoy Soydan

205
15. Tottering Foreign Policy: How the Arab Uprisings affected Policy-making in Turkey

Fadi Elhusseini

219
16. The Relationship between Early Literacy Experiences, Receptive Language and the Phonological Loop: Assessment of Turkish Children Aged 48-66 Months

Çiğdem Kizilöz & Gözde Akoğlu

243
17. Investigation of the Relationship between Gender Roles and Family Functions: Turkey Case Study

Fulya Akgül Gök

257
Part III. Economics and Business
18. Graduate Entrepreneurial Intention in Turkey: Motivators and Obstacles

Nurdan Özarallı

271
19. When Economic Crises become a Motivational Crisis: An Examination of Employee Motivation at NAKSAN Holdings Turkey during the 2008 Economic Crisis

Gulbahar Abdallah

285
20. Buying Intentions and Attitudes of Turkish Students towards Private Shopping Sites: A Pilot Study in Istanbul

Gülpınar Kelemci & Gözde Güsan

297
21. Türkiye’de Orman Yıkımına Karşı Mücadelelerin Analizi

Erdoğan Atmiş & Batuhan Günşen

315
Part IV. Environment
22. Carbon Stock and Land Use Changes: The Case of Arıt

Birsen Durkaya, Tuğrul Varol & Ali Durkaya

339
23. The Problem of Future Generations and Environmental Issues in Turkey

Songül Köse

349
24. Tüketicilerin Çevre Dostu Ürün Bilincini Etkileyen Faktörlerin Değerlendirilmesi

İbrahim Kircova & Merve Yanar Gürce

 

 

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