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SOCIALIA – Studienreihe soziologische Forschungsergebnisse, vol. 149

Leyla Aydemir (ed.)


Migration, Politics, Violence and Women’s Studies
Hamburg 2018 / 602 pages / 139,80 € / ISBN 978-3-339-10210-2

Leyla Aydemir (ed.)

Migration, Politics, Violence


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PREFACE

The development of science, research and technology depends on international


knowledge transfer. Because of that, the studies that technical and natural sciences
have done in collaboration with social and human sciences are inevitable in order
to find solutions to the current social problems and to meet the expected needs.
Current social questions can no longer be resolved solely with the work of natural
sciences, but they also need research in the social and human sciences.

Apart from that, we are living at a time when it is necessary to investigate many
subjects of social and human sciences together. Issues such as the most discussed
migration, the expansion of the European Union, multilingualism and multicultu-
ralism, violence and inequality are at the center of social public opinion.

As you know, Immigration has been intensified recently and today we are witnes-
sing direct and indirect consequences of the immigration phenomenon. For this
reason, immigration has become one of the most debated topics of the last decade.
While critics view immigration as an obstacle to the unity of society, immigrant
advocates emphasize immigration advantages in terms of immigration. Our con-
ference will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of immigration as well as
macroeconomic impacts on Europe and the world community.

Multicultural life is an important issue that concerns both immigrants and immig-
rant countries. This is not only a result of immigration, but also a result of globa-
lization and developing technology, because it becomes a necessity for society to
understand and be understood in the ever-shrinking world. Therefore, every rese-
arch on this topic is very important for prosperity and successful coexistence.

The violence, which is as old as human history, shows itself in different forms in
all societies. Numerous psychological and sociological studies have been conduc-
ted to transform violence into causes, control, and limitation. In the recent period,
the importance of investigating violence has increased even more in order to pre-
vent the increasing number of terrorist incidents in various regions of the world,
where we all feel sorry. I can already say that the next two days of our conference
will share a lot of new research results on this topic.

Gender emerges as perhaps the most important element in the name of being ac-
cepted as a person and living freely. It is an important issue for people who have
different sexual preferences in their habitats to be able to have this freedom wit-

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hout being subjected to any discrimination in the society where we are witnessing
the challenge of being able to live equally and freely as a woman. Therefore, gen-
der issues require research on different cultural values and their comparison.

The European Union is not only a European country, but an association that di-
rectly or indirectly affects the political, economic, and sociological conjuncture
of the world. It is therefore very important that the European Union should be
dealt with within its own internal crises that it has to fight. The following ques-
tions come to mind: What should the European Union countries do to solve these
problems in other words? How does the future of the next 10 years look like?

This book, which includes social sciences researches conducted to answer these
and similar questions, aims to shed light on new studies and contribute.

Dr. Leyla Aydemir

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CONTENTS

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LABOR MIGRATION CHANGES THE SOCIOECONOMIC STRUCTURE OF THE 11 ± 27
MIGRATED CITY

Chollada Luangpituksa
STOCK MARKET DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THAILAND 29 ± 45

'LOHN,úÕOD\hoRN
THE EFFECTS OF WORKPLACE LONELINESS ON EMPLOYEE DEVIANT
47 ± 62
BEHAVIOR AND BURNOUT

Arfin Sudirman
THE SECURITY SECTOR REFORM IN INDONESIA: A CASE STUDY OF 63 ± 71
TERRORISM

Arian Petoft, Behnaz Ahmadvand, Fateme Afshari, Hamed Hoshyaran


Jelodar
CONTROVERSIAL BRAIN IMAGING AS A TERRORISM EMERGENCY MEASURE 73 ± 91
IN NEUROLAW DISCOURSE

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AUTHORITY, VIOLENCE, AND POWER IN THE CONTEXT OF HANNAH ARENDT 93 ± 102

Ismail Aalizad
THE REFLECTION OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS 103 ± 114
OF IRI (First to Fifth Programs)

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IDEOLOGISCH MOTIVIERTE GEWALT IM LICHTE DER THEORIE DES 115 ± 126
RESSENTIMENTS

di÷dem BaúfÕUÕQFÕ
GIFT SHOPPING BEHAVIOR AMONG TURKISH UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 127 ± 140

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PUBLIC POLICIES, NON-UNIVERSITY HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE SOCIAL 141 ± 153
AND ECONOMIC CONTEXT ± PRELIMINARY QUESTIONS

Hale Telli
ARCHITECTURE AS A CULTURAL TRAIT CONTINUING AFTER MIGRATION 155 ± 169

Musa Yavuz Alptekin


NATION-STATE AND ETHNIC CHALLENGES IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD: 171 ± 183
ANALYTIC SUGGESTIONS FOR TURKEY REGARDING THE KURDISH ISSUE

Semra Purkis
GENDERED USE OF URBAN SPACE: THE CASE OF TURKISH MIGRANT 185 ± 197
WOMEN IN CINISELLO BALSAMO/MILAN

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Supatra Boonpanyarote
LOVE OF COMMUNITY IN THAILAND SOCIETY AND THE ERODDING EFFECT
OF CLASS AND FIGHTING FOR PROTECTION OF COMMUNITY: READING 199 ± 205
HERITAGE

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RECOGNITION AND IDENTIFICATION IN 207 ± 217
CHRISTIAN IMAGERY

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HATE SPEECH AGAINST SYRIAN REFUGEES ON YOUTUBE: POLISH AND 219 ± 237
TUR .,6+86(56¶&200(176

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RUSSIAN TOURISM TO TURKEY: ANALYSIS OF WEB SEARCH ENQUIRIES 239 ± 249

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POVERTY AND MIGRATION: THE CASE OF 251 ± 265
HAKKARI (YUKSEKOVA)

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FROM DRACULA TO WORLD WAR Z: IMMIGRATION, XENOPHOBIA, AND 267 ± 285
UNDEAD INVASION

Burcu Kaya Erdem


NEGATIVE VIGILANTE IN TURKISH MEDIA AS AN INSTANCE OF THE 287 ± 301
VIOLENCE: THE CASE OF YENI AKIT NEWSPAPER

(*OEX÷(rol
THE FUTURE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE TELEVISION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY 303 ± 318
ON TURKISH TRT AND GERMAN ARD TELEVISIONS

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THE TURKISH PRESS DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR ACCORDING TO 319 ± 347
THE AMERICAN OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS

Serkan Bulut
STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION OF JOURNALISM IN THE LIGHT OF OPEN 349 ± 359
SOURCE INTELLIGENCE

Joel Rhone
7+(.h167/(5520$1$61$55$7,9(',6&2856(,17+(+$5/(0 361 ± 373
RENAISSANCE

Natalya Y. Osokina
ON ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN GRAMMAR METAPHORS BASED ON TRANSITIVITY 375 ± 380

Nil A\FÕO
EVALUATION OF THE THEME OF HONOR IN TERMS OF GEN'(5,11(&$7ø 381 ± 393
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CODES OF MULTICULTURALISM IN ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY 395 ± 406

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AN ANALYTIC STUDY ON THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF COLONIALISM 407 ± 424
IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Lee G. Streetman
TRUMPSURRECTION OF THE NASCAR EMPIRE 425 ± 435

Patthida Bunchavalit
CO-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION OF THAIS AND VIET KIEU IN NAKHON 437 ± 450
PHANOM, THAILAND

Selman Karakul
THE POSITION OF TURKEY IN THE EUROPEAN INTEGRATION PROCESS 451 ± 460

Mansoore Tabrizi, Hadi Khaniki


MARITAL SATISFACTION THROUGH MORAL ATTITUDE AND ACTION IN IRI 461 ± 474
(EMPHASIS ON WOMEN SOCIETY)

Nourida Ateshi
$5&+b2/2*,6&+(6$00/81*(1=85)5h+*(6&+,&+7('(6.$8.$686 475 ± 488
,1'(1086((1(8523$6$/6352%/(0)h5',()256&+81*

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REPRODUCTION AND IDEALIZATION OF INTENSIVE MOTHERING: BLOGGER 489 ± 500
MOTHERS EXAMPLE IN TURKEY

Songul Sallan Gul, Ayse Nur Orumcu


WOMEN EMPLOYMENT AND THE ROLE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP ON WOMEN 501 ± 513
EMPOWERMENT IN TURKEY

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FEMALE AUTHORS OF SUICIDE 515 ± 519

Ertan D]JQHú, Serkan Demirel


VISUAL LANDSCAPE QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF URBAN HISTORIC AREAS: 521 ± 535
EXAMPLE OF TRABZON CASTLE

Fatma Sebnem Kuloglu Yuksel, Hulya Ozturk Tel


CONICAL DOMED HOUSES OF HARRAN 537 ± 550

<DúDU%DKUL(rgen, Mustafa Ergen


PROPOSAL FOR ABANDONED URBAN AREAS IN REGENERATION CONTEXT: 551 ± 563
A CASE STUDY OF YOZGAT

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A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE INFLUENCE OF CONCEPTUAL ART ON 565 ± 579
CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE

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Esma BXOXú KÕUÕNND\D, Serpil Gerdan$KPHWgzdemir


A SECURE LIFE ROOM AWARENESS STUDY TO REDUCE NON-STRUCTURAL
RISKS IN EARTHQUAKES 581 ± 589

Serpil Gerdan
INSTITUTIONAL COOPERATION AND SUSTAINABILITY IN DISASTER AND 591 ± 599
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: MARMARA REGION EXAMPLE

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