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Cinematic Visual Representation of Refugee Journeys in Turkey in the Context of Precarious Class Dynamics
(Transnational Press London, 2020)
In this article, I comparatively analyse the imagery of precarious class through the narration of refugee journeys in Turkey for two different films, with an emphasis on the visuality of cinematic narration. Whilst The ...
From Ayran to Dragon Fruit Smoothie: Populism, Polarization, and Social Engineering in Turkey
(USC Annenberg Press, 2020)
Food embedded with symbolic meaning has power in politics. Food as political communication is extensively studied as a nation branding and public diplomacy tool. However, academic studies seem to overlook the role that ...
Perception, petroleum, and power: Mythmaking in oil-scarce Turkey and Jordan
Oil has been a cardinal driver of economic growth and national development in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. States that produce oil in globally exportable quantities tend to be more powerful than those that do ...