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Recent Article Publications of KÜ-SPM Executive Board Members and Researchers

  • Çetin Çelik (2015) ‘Having a German passport will not make me German’: reactive ethnicity and oppositional identity among disadvantaged male Turkish second-generation youth in Germany, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38:9, 1646-1662, DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2015.1018298
  • Zeynep Cemalcılar and Fatoş Gökşen. (2014). Inequality in social capital: social capital, social risk and drop-out in the Turkish education system. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 35 (1), 94-114.
  • Ayşe Alnıaçık and Ayşen Üstübici (2012) “Reflections from the conference ‘Turkey debates its social policies’: A rights-based turn in social policy making in Turkey?” New Perspectives on Turkey 47: 169-184.
  • Özlem Altan-Olcay, “Protest, Memory, and the Production of ‘Civilized’ Citizens: Two Cases from Turkey and Lebanon”, Citizenship Studies, 16(2), 2012, Pages:135-151.
  • Özlem Altan-Olcay, “Reframing the Ideal Citizen in Turkey: National Belonging and Economic Success in the Era of Neo-Liberalism”, New Perspectives on Turkey,Issue:44, Pages:41-72, 2011.
  • Lemi Baruh and Mihaela Popescu, “Communicating Turkish-Islamic Identity in the Aftermath of Gaza Flotilla Raid: But Who is the ‘Us’ in the ‘Us’ vs. ‘Them’?” New Perspectives on Turkey, Issue:45 Pages:75-99, 2011, Homer.
  • Lemi Baruh, Yoram Chisik, Christophe Bisson and Başak Şenova “More or Less: Amount of Personal Information Displayed in Social Network Site Profiles and Its Impact on Viewers’ Intentions to Socialize with the Profile Owner”, Proceedings of the Sixth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, 2012.
  • Zeynep Cemalcılar and Zeynep Tanes, “Learning from SimCity: An empirical study of Turkish adolescents,” Journal of Adolescence, Vol:33, Issue:5, Pages:731-739, 2011.
  • Zeynep Cemalcılar and Fatoş Gökşen (2012) “Inequality in social capital: social capital, social risk and drop-out in the Turkish education system” British Journal of Sociology of Education, DOI:10.1080/01425692.2012.740807.
  • Ali Çarkoğlu, “Economic evaluations vs. ideology: Diagnosing the sources of electoral change in Turkey, 2002–2011″, Electoral Studies, Vol: 30, Pages:1-9, 2012.
  • Ali Çarkoğlu, “Turkey’s 2011 General Elections: Towards a Dominant Party System?,”Insight Turkey, Vol.:13, Issue:3, Pages:43-62, 2011.
  • Ali Çarkoğlu and Ceren I. Cenker, “On the Relationship between Democratic Institutionalization and Civil Society Involvement,” Democratization, Vol:18, Issue:3, Pages:751-773, 2011.
  • Ali Çarkoğlu and Ceren I. Cenker, “Learning from Name Generator/Interpreter in Mass Surveys: Findings from Turkey,” Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol:10, Pages:160-171, 2011.
  • Ali Çarkoğlu and N. Çağın Bilgili, “The Alevi Minority and the EU,” South European Society & Politics, Vol.:16, Issue:2, Pages:351-364, 2011.
  • Ali Çarkoğlu and Çiğdem Kentmen, “Diagnosing Trends and Determinants in Public Support for Turkey’s EU Membership,” South European Society & Politics, Vol.:16, Issue:3, Pages:365-379, 2011.
  • Ali Çarkoğlu and Ceren I. Cenker, “Learning from Name/Generator Interpreter in Mass Surveys: Findings from Turkey,” Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, Issue:10, Pages:160-171, 2011, Elsevier.
  • Murat Ergin, “Religiosity and the Construction of Death in Turkish Death Announcements, 1970–2009″, Death Studies, Vol:36, Issue:3, Pages:270-291, 2012.
  • Deniz Yükseker and Kelly Todd Brewer, “Astray and Stranded at the Gates of the European Union. African Transit Migrants in İstanbul,” New Perspectives on Turkey, Issue:44, Pages:129-160, 2011, Homer.
  • Azer Kılıç, “Gender, Family and Children at the Crossroads of Social Policy Reform in Turkey: Alternating between Familialism and Individualism.” In John Gal and Mimi Ajzenstadt (eds.), Children, Gender and Families in Mediterranean Welfare States. London, New York: Springer, 2010, 165-179. [pdf]
  • Azer Kılıç, “Sosyal Politika Reformu Çerçevesinde Kadınlar ve Vatandaşlık” [Implications of Social Policy Reform for Women and Citizenship]. In Hülya Durudoğan et al (eds.), Türkiye’de Toplumsal Cinsiyet Çalışmaları: Eşitsizlikler, Mücadeleler, Kazanımlar [Gender Studies in Turkey: Inequalities, Struggles, and Achievements]. Istanbul: Koç University Press, 2010, 337-347. [pdf]
  • Azer Kılıç, “The Gender Dimension of Social Policy Reform in Turkey: Towards Equal Citizenship?” Social Policy & Administration, 42, 5, October 2008, 487-503. [pdf]
  • Azer Kılıç, “Continuity and Change in Social Policy Approaches toward Women,” New Perspectives on Turkey, 38, Spring 2008, 135-58. [pdf]

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