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Turkish Migration 2016 Selected Papers By Ibrahim Sirkeci et al.
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TURKISH MIGRATION 2016 SELECTED PAPERS is compiled by Deniz Eroglu, Jeffrey H. Cohen and Ibrahim Sirkeci. These papers are a corrective to the limits of the poles and to any other models that seek to... More > dehumanize migrants and cast refugees as the victims of processes they cannot control. Our interests range across the social sciences and the humanities and engage with experiences and theories that contextualize mobility and look beyond the limits of the news cycle to answer fundamental questions about mobility and Turkish migration. The voices represented define some of the very best work taking place around the world and exploring the outcomes of mobility. In this volume there are 40 contributions under four sections covering Syrians in Turkey, Turks abroad, identity, politics and legal aspects of Turkish migration.< Less
Border Crossing, Volume 6 No 2, December 2016 By Border Crossing
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BORDER CROSSING (tplondon.com/bordercrossing)- ISSN: 2046-4436 | Vol. 6, No 2, Dec. 2016 | Shishi Matsuri Festival in Murashima, Kahraman | Politics and Justice in the UK and Switzerland, Torre |... More > Siyasal söylemde mağduriyet, Passerat | The Dream of Sycorax, Arargüç & Asayesh | Discovering the Changes in Gendering of Products, Jain, Bharadwaj, Bansal, Natarajan | Shaping the Verisimilitude, Golban | Collective Resource Mobilisation for Economic Survival, Karan | Population Policies in Turkey, Yucesahin, Adalı, Türkyılmaz | Madame Bovary’yi beden diliyle okumak, Genç | Azınlık Dillerinin Sürdürümü, Bosnalı | Migration of highly educated Belgian and Dutch Turks, Yilmaz | Norwegian-Turkish Vernacular Space in Norway, Nikielska-Sekula | “Look, You Machame You Dog”, Fürlinger | The Alevi Diaspora, Arslan | Masculine Features in the Speech of Turkish Female Teenagers, Elyıldırım, Er | Are Ethnic Entrepreneurs Social Innovators?, Berner | Political Participation in Alevi Diaspora in the UK, Bilecen< Less
Politics and Law in Turkish Migration By Ibrahim Sirkeci et al.
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POLITICS AND LAW IN TURKISH MIGRATION - Edited by Ibrahim Sirkeci, Doğa Elçin, and Güven Şeker - Increasingly more scholars and analysts argue that migration controls are... More > deemed to fail simply because of the dynamic nature of human mobility. Nevertheless, migration remains to be a hot topic on political agenda as well as a key area of legislation. Turkey has recently implemented some serious structural changes through a new law of migration and creation of a specialist central general directorate responsible for handling almost anything and everything about migrants and foreigners in the country. On the other hand, politics and political participation of the Turks abroad is part and parcel of the integration debates strongly shaping the mainstream politics of immigration countries in Europe and beyond. This book offers a number of research accounts investigating the political participation and integration, new legislations, and implications of policy and law on migration practices.< Less
Marching to Byzantium By Brendan Ray
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This is a three novels in one deluxe edition of the Marching to Byzantium Trilogy. Each of the Trilogy's three novels - Sultans, Viziers and Alchemists, Cutting the Throat and the Fall of... More > Constantinople are also available on Lulu.com. The story begins in Winter 1451 when the territorial gains of the Ottoman Turks have pushed the once powerful Byzantine Empire into a small enclave around its capital of Constantinople. Less than 150 miles away,Sultan Murat II rules in Adrianople over a prosperous and expanding realm. His sudden death brings back to the throne his disgraced son, Mehmet. The young Mehmet is determined to assert himself as the new Sultan and conquer Constantinople. His plans face resistance from his Prime Minister Halil-Pasha who wants to maintain peace with the Byzantine Christians.< Less
The Master Key : An Electrical Fairy Tale By L. Frank Baum
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Founded Upon The Mysteries Of Electricity And The Optimism Of Its Devotees. It Was Written For Boys, But Others May Read It by L. Frank Baum Contents --Who Knows?-- 1. Rob's Workshop 2. The... More > Demon of Electricity 3. The Three Gifts 4. Testing the Instruments 5. The Cannibal Island 6. The Buccaneers 7. The Demon Becomes Angry 8. Rob Acquires New Powers 9. The Second Journey 10. How Rob Served a Mighty King 11. The Man of Science 12. How Rob Saved a Republic 13. Rob Loses His Treasures 14. Turk and Tatar 15. A Battle With Monsters 16. Shipwrecked Mariners 17. The Coast of Oregon 18. A Narrow Escape 19. Rob Makes a Resolution 20. The Unhappy Fate of the Demon< Less
The Master Key : An Electrical Fairy Tale By L. Frank Baum
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Founded Upon The Mysteries Of Electricity And The Optimism Of Its Devotees. It Was Written For Boys, But Others May Read It by L. Frank Baum Contents --Who Knows?-- 1. Rob's Workshop 2. The... More > Demon of Electricity 3. The Three Gifts 4. Testing the Instruments 5. The Cannibal Island 6. The Buccaneers 7. The Demon Becomes Angry 8. Rob Acquires New Powers 9. The Second Journey 10. How Rob Served a Mighty King 11. The Man of Science 12. How Rob Saved a Republic 13. Rob Loses His Treasures 14. Turk and Tatar 15. A Battle With Monsters 16. Shipwrecked Mariners 17. The Coast of Oregon 18. A Narrow Escape 19. Rob Makes a Resolution 20. The Unhappy Fate of the Demon< Less
Dracula By Bram Stoker
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Bram Stoker's Dracula is a 1992 American gothic horror film directed and produced by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker.[4][5][6] It stars Gary Oldman as Count Dracula,... More > Winona Ryder as Mina Harker, Anthony Hopkins as Professor Abraham Van Helsing, and Keanu Reeves as Jonathan Harker. Dracula grossed $215 million on a $40 million budget. Rotten Tomatoes' consensus cited "some terrific performances", but Reeves' turn has been widely criticized. Its score was composed by Wojciech Kilar; closing credits theme "Love Song for a Vampire", written and performed by Annie Lennox, became an international hit. In 1462, Vlad Dracula, a member of the Order of the Dragon, returns from a victory against the Turks to find his wife, Elisabeta, having committed suicide after receiving a false report of his death. The priest proceeds to tell him that his wife's soul is condemned for committing suicide.< Less
The Bureau of Sociological Research at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln By Michael Hill
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This volume is a provisional account of the origins and subsequent work of the Bureau of Sociological Research (BOSR) at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL). This study was prepared at the... More > request of Julia McQuillan, Chair of the UNL Department of Sociology and a past BOSR Director, for the 50th anniversary celebration of the Bureau in April 2014. The Bureau of Sociological Research, established in 1964, was founded as a formal organization within the Department of Sociology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is part of a departmental heritage that is now more than a century long. Directors of the Bureau have included Herman Turk, Alan Booth, David R. Johnson, Hugh P. Whitt, Lynn K. White, Helen A. Moore, D. Wayne Osgood, Laura A. Sanchez, Dan R. Hoyt, Julia Mcquillan, Philip Schwadel, and Jolene D. Smyth.< Less
The Somme: July-November 1916 By Mike Stallard
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This is a book mainly, but not exclusively, for those studying GCSE History. I am suggesting that in order to study the First World war, we need to look at the major battle for the English - the... More > turning point. For the French perhaps, it was the Marne or maybe Verdun. The Russians and Germans had their battles too. As did the Turks. But for us, the Somme was the central piece of fighting which we all remember. Before the Somme, Western Europe faced a “normal” war which, in its own way, was gallant, even knightly. After 1916 dragged to an end, warfare became a tug of war over a muddy plain full of unburied corpses and broken bits of machinery. By studying that, we can have a good introduction to the terrible fascination of the years 1914-1918 - nearly 100 years ago now.< Less
Turkey: Writers, Politics and Free Speech By David Hayes
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Hrant Dink (1954–2007) was the Armenian-Turkish editor-in-chief and columnist of the bilingual newspaper Agos. A journalist consistent and courageous in his efforts to speak the truth, defend... More > justice and human rights, and promote understanding, he was a key figure in democratic dialogue in Turkey and beyond. On 19 January 2007, Hrant was assassinated by an ultra-nationalist Turk outside the Agos offices in Istanbul. This book is both a tribute to Hrant’s life and a commitment to continuing his work. It contains a collection of essays and articles from 2001–07 published in www.openDemocracy.net on the topics of Turkish identity, democracy and free speech, including three articles by Hrant himself. Together, these writings offer valuable insight from into the dynamics of modern Turkey as the country grapples with political and social change, a difficult relationship with the European Union, and struggles over the truth and meanings of the past.< Less

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