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Türk Populasyonunda Tanımlanan Anormal Hemoglobinler.
(Ortadoğu Reklam Tanıtım Yayıncılık Turizm Eğitim İnşaat Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş., 2017-01)
This paper reviews previously reported hemoglobin variants in Turkish population as a database.
Abortion in Islamic Ethics, and How It is Perceived in Turkey: A Secular Muslim Country
Abortion is among the most widely discussed concepts of medical ethics. Since the well-known ethical theories have emerged from Western world, the position of Islamic ethics regarding main issues of medical ethics has been ...
An Overview of LGBT Rights and Health Legislation in Turkey from an Ethical Perspective
(Yozmol Heiliger, 2017-09)
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people have been and are still being subjected to discrimination and the violation of fundamental human rights based upon their sexual orientation and gender identity. In many ...
Main Ethical Breaches in Multicenter Clinical Trials Regulations of Turkey
(Yozmol Heiliger, 2016-12)
Turkey has been a growing market for multicenter clinical trials for the last ten years and is considered among the top ten countries in terms of potential study subject populations. The objective of increasing the share ...
Türkiye İçin Kısa Vadeli Elektrik Enerjisi Talep Tahmini
Bu makalenin amacı, Türkiye elektrik tüketimini günlük olarak tahminleyen bir model oluşturmaktır. Literatürde elektrik talebi öngörüleri çoğunlukla yıllık frekansta mevcuttur; bu çalışmada farklı olarak günlük frekansta ...
Paradigm Shift between Turkey and the Kurds: From ‘Clash of the Titans’ to ‘Game of Thrones’
Throughout the history of the Turkish Republic, its military and political elites in Ankara have regarded the Kurdish question as a security issue. Therefore, initiating the ‘peace process’ with the PKK and developing ...
When did the First World War End for Turkey?
(Univ Provence, 2017-06)
This paper investigates the influence of the World War One and the Peace Conferences on the post-1918 conlicts in Anatolia. The paper argues that the "war" continued up until 1939 - albeit in different forms - for two ...
Turkish foreign policy after the 'Arab Spring': from agenda-setter state to agenda-entrepreneur state
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2014)
This article explores Turkey's changing foreign policy approach towards the Middle East after the spread of the Arab upheavals to Syria. Instead of preserving the status quo, Ankara has turned to a revisionist state that ...
Measuring Assimilation: 'Mother Tongue' Question in Turkish Censuses and Nationalist Policy
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2014-10)
This article aims to examine how the Turkish census measures, classifies and interprets the languages spoken in Turkey. By examining the non-standardised relationship between 'mother tongue', 'domestic language' and ...
Determinants of Media Criticism in a Democracy in Transition: Applying Field Theory to Turkey
(USC Annenberg Press, 2016)
Following recent studies using Bourdieusian field theory to examine journalistic freedom and media criticism, we investigated the Turkish press using a comparative perspective focusing on the media's interaction with the ...