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Beyond borders and temporal boundaries: Unravelling the uncanny chronotopes in Louis De Bernières’ Birds Without Wings And Yaşar Kemal’s The Euphrates Is Flowing Blood

Gürsoy, Ayşe Nur

In the twentieth century, Turkey and Greece signed the Exchange Agreement and the effects of this decision was the same on the lives of both parties regardless of their seemingly fundamental cultural, religious, and national differences. Yaşar Kemal and Louis De Bernières highlights the multiculturism by focusing on the lives of the people who used to live in a “melting pot” during that time and thus their feeling of homesickness after the forced migration not just for those who were sent away but also those who stayed in. Considering all these, through the lenses of the uncanny and Bakhtin’s ...Daha fazlası

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Internal and external dimensions of the foreign ıntervention: The case of Libya following the Arab Spring

Ali, Binnasr

Unlike Tunisia and Egypt, the Libyan uprising was more violent, which made it the target state for the first application of the principle of responsibility to protect (military intervention against the will of the targeted state under the pretext of protecting civilians). Although it was called a humanitarian intervention, it was participation in humanitarian disaster consisted eight months of civil war that ended with the killing of Gaddafi and the overthrow of the regime. This was the starting point of a complex and continuing state of instability which Libya is suffering from. The aim of th ...Daha fazlası

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The role of workplace fear of missing out and perceived supervisor support on the relationship between work-related basic need satisfaction and Job burnout

Karamık, Cihan

Job burnout profoundly impacts both employee well-being and organizational effectiveness. This study explores the dynamic interplay among job-related basic need satisfaction, job burnout, Fear of Missing Out (FoMO), and Perceived Supervisor Support. Drawing from self-determination theory and social support literature, it posits that job related basic need fulfillment inversely correlates with job burnout, with FoMO and Perceived Supervisor Support mediating this relationship. 391 employees across diverse industries participated in this cross-sectional study, completing assessments on job-relat ...Daha fazlası

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Transformation of cyberpunk films in hollywood remakes: a comparative historical analysis

Aktaş İlcik, Ece

The last decade has seen an increase in Hollywood productions of cyberpunk films. These films, designed as remakes or sequels, appeal to both old fans of the cult original films and new audiences. The subject of this research is how the remakes, which aim to guarantee the box office undergo changes and how they fit into the system compared to the originals. In the research, it has been attempted to reveal how these change narratives have been integrated into current policies and the system compared to the originals, and to determine and show in which contexts this transformation of the remakes ...Daha fazlası

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Modifying the visual-texture complexity of foods to direct consumers' attention toward more sustainable options: Turkish rice pudding 'sütlaç' as a case

Baylan, Yeliz

The importance of visual elements and textures has been emphasized in sensory analysis studies examining consumer preferences, and these data have been used in the field of neomarketing to examine consumers' conscious or unconscious choices. This study focused on the possibility of directing consumers' attention to sustainable options by using the visual textural properties of products. This approach aimed to find solutions to problems such as carbon emissions and water pollution resulting from food production. Rice pudding, a traditional dessert, was chosen as the reference sample in this res ...Daha fazlası

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Global art market and art economy after 2000 and Turkey: The evolution, resilience, and global prominence of the Turkish art market

Üler Kaprol, Tuğçe

The term "market" has deep historical roots, evolving from a physical space for trade to an abstract concept symbolizing the exchange of goods and services. In the sociology of art, Pierre Bourdieu has shaped a distinctive path of research, emphasizing taste judgments, cultural power, and cultural capital as tools for social dominance. This foundation aids in understanding the intricacies of the art market. Over time, art has transformed into an alternative investment for corporate entities, wealth managers, banks, and individuals, driven by economic shifts since the 1980s. The 1980s saw the p ...Daha fazlası

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A research about determining the importance of word of mouth marketing for choosing pre-school education institution in Trakya

Taşkın Akkoyun, İlayda

In today’s technology, consumers can easily obtain all kinds of information. In addition; the consumer who is directly exposed to many desired or undesired messages has difficulty in making a decision in the purchasing process. While consumers try to choose the best one for themselves among many alternatives, marketers who try to respond to variable needs and desires of consumers are also trying to develop new strategies. One of them is to use word-ofmouth marketing method in a positive way. Since the choice of pre-school education institution has an important place in the service sector, wor ...Daha fazlası

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The importance of Turkish-Soviet relations during the early republican period in Turkey

Akın, Utku

During the World War I, the Tsarist regime was overthrown by the socialist revolution in 1917. In recent times, a national struggle process has also been experienced by Türkiye. In this period, Turkish-Soviet relations started in the axis of anti-imperialist struggle. During the days of the Turkish War of Independence, the close political relations established between the Ankara Government and Soviet Russia against the Western states, from the proclamation of the Republic in 1923 to the World War II. It continued until the end of World War II in 1945. Turkish-Soviet relations in the early Repu ...Daha fazlası

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Urban collective memory inside and outside social media: The case of Izmit historical Tekel building

Kuk, Şebnem

This research examines the relationship between the demolition of the Izmit Historical Tekel Building Wall, located in the center of Izmit and demolished on April 3, 2021, and its relationship with collective memory. The aim of the research is to understand how the Izmit Historical Tekel Building Wall has a place in online and offline collective memory, how the recent demolition of the wall is perceived by the residents of that neighborhood, and how it makes them feel. Within the scope of this purpose, the research will analyze how this demolition is received in the reader’s comments on the ne ...Daha fazlası

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Istanbul’s ghost stories: Investigating the urban gothic space in Ahmet Ümit’s “A Memento for Istanbul” and Barbara Nadel’s “Land of the Blind”

Hamzalar, Yeşim

This dissertation examines the representations of Istanbul as an Urban Gothic Space in Ahmet Ümit’s “A Memento for Istanbul” and Barbara Nadel’s “Land of the Blind”. The study explores the urban space of Istanbul and argues for its palimpsestic nature, haunted by the blood and memories of the past civilizations and empires that it was once home to. Further emphasis is placed on the constant tug of war between the old and the new and East vs West. The supernatural and various transgressions which are manifested mainly in the historical parts of the urban city are investigated by employing vario ...Daha fazlası

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The past and current state of geometric abstract art

Eroğlu, Osman Selçuk

Following an introduction to abstract art this thesis study focuses on the geometric abstract art which emerged with the onset of abstract art in three time periods. In the first section which encompasses a time frame of approximately forty five years between the onset of abstract art in the begining of the 20th century and the end of World War II it is discussed how artists like Kandinsky and Malevich made a difference by breaking off from the convention and thus contributed to the existence of the geometric abstract art. In the second section which covers a time frame between the emergence o ...Daha fazlası

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An investigation of the relationship between health care expenditures and economic growth

Binay, Murat

In the 1960s, endogenous growth theories revealed that human capital accumulation is at least as important as physical capital accumulation on economic growth. Then, it was focused on how to increase the accumulation of human capital, and it was determined that the two main components were primarily education and then health. There are many studies in the literature on the relationship between economic growth and health expenditures. In the studies on the relationship between health expenditures and economic growth, although it has been observed that health expenditures generally increase econ ...Daha fazlası

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