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Selfish vengeful and full of spite: The representations of women who have abortions on Turkish television
This article analyses the portrayal of women who have abortions in four recent Turkish television series Gümüþ Aþk-i Memnu Hanimin Ç iftlig. i andÖyle Bir Geçer Zaman ki all of which appeared between 2005 and 2011. It is ...
Breaking the rules in interactive media design education
(Routledge Journals Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2009)
In today's interactive media design it is difficult for a designer to create aesthetic innovations and to break free from ordinariness. The most important factor limiting interactive media design aesthetics is that education ...
Prayer bead gestures and television: A case study on cultural inspirations for interaction art education
(MIT Press Journals, 2009)
The authors interactive design-art educators recount their experience in using cultural inspirations as part of student exercises. The authors found that although students proposed various design concepts drawing from the ...
Motherhood Citizenship and Rights: Illegal Abortions in Turkey
(Routledge Journals Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2019)
How Do Women Receive Inheritance? The Processes of Turkish Women's Inclusion and Exclusion from Property
(SOOKMYUNG WOMENS UNIV, 2013)
This article employs Turkey as a case study to explore the relationship between property ownership inheritance and women's empowerment. In Turkey as in much of the world men dominate ownership of property. This is despite ...
‘I am here’: women workers’ experiences at the former Cibali Tekel Tobacco and Cigarette Factory in Istanbul
This study presents oral history research which investigated the experiences of surviving women workers from the former Cibali Tekel Tobacco and Cigarette Factory in Istanbul Turkey. For most of its history the factory was ...
Effects of gender on credit card usage among university students in Turkey
(Academic Journals, 2011)
In recent years much has been written about credit card usage among university students. Despite a vast number of studies little has been written about credit card usage among university students in developing countries. ...
Being seen - Headscarves and the contestation of public space in Turkey
(Sage Publications Ltd, 2008)
"It was as if society didn't want a woman to get an abortion": a qualitative study in Istanbul Turkey
(Elsevier Science Inc, 2017)
Introduction: In 1983 abortion without restriction as to reason was legalized in Turkey. However at an international conference in 2012 the Prime Minister condemned abortion and announced his intent to draft restrictive ...
The availability of abortion at state hospitals in Turkey: A national study
Introduction: Abortion in Turkey has been legal since 1983 and remains so today. Despite this in 2012 the Prime Minister declared that in his opinion abortion was murder. Since then there has been growing evidence that ...