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Title:
Turkey : identity, democracy, politics
Author:
Kedourie, Sylvia.
ISBN:
9781315037066

9781135229467

9781135229603

9781135229535

9780714647180

9780714644479
Physical Description:
1 online resource (xii, 257 pages) : text file, PDF
General Note:
First published in 1995 by Frank Cass Publishers.
Contents:
Foreword / W.M. Hale -- The last chroniclers of the Mabeyn / S. Tanvir Wasti -- Young Turk assessments of international politics, 1906-9 / Hasan Unal -- Turkish settlement and the Caucasus, 1918-20 / Bulent Gokay -- Western defence developments and Turkey's search for security in 1948 / E. Athanassopoulou -- The press and the consolidation of democracy in Turkey / Metin Heper and Tanel Demirel -- Democratic transition in Turkey, 1980-83 : the impact of European diplomacy / Ihsan D. Dagi -- Liberalism, democracy and the Turkish Centre-Right : the identity crisis of the True Path Party / Umit Cizre Sakallioglu -- Urbanization and voting for the Turkish parliament / Aryeh Shmuelevitz -- The paradox of Turkish nationalism and the construction of official identity / Ayse Kadioglu -- The rise of a spontaneous synthesis : the historical background of Turkish popular music / Orhan Tekehoglu -- The Turkish state discourse and the exclusion of Kurdish identity / Mesut Yegen -- Small employers in Turkey : the OSTIM Estate at Ankara / Theo Nichols and Nadir Sugur.
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This volume aims to shed light on Turkish political issues. The discussions range over national and international politics, democracy and freedom of the press, voting patterns, official control of indigenous music, and conditions in industrial estates.


Summary

This volume aims to shed light on Turkish political issues. The discussions range over national and international politics, democracy and freedom of the press, voting patterns, official control of indigenous music, and conditions in industrial estates.


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