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A community disaster training program focusing on earthquakes, floods and landslides was implemented in Cankiri, Turkey, in 2002. It covered mitigation, preparedness and response aspects of naturalExpand
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Sociocultural Aspects of Irrigation Practices in South-eastern Turkey
Abstract This paper examines the irrigation practices of rural households and communities just before the introduction of large-scale irrigation projects in Southeastern Anatolia, Turkey. The studyExpand
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Strengthening Community Participation in Disaster Management by Strengthening Governmental and Non-governmental Organisations and Networks: A Case Study from Dinar and Bursa (Turkey)
A study related to the Dinar 1995 earthquake examining the attitudes and expectations of the survivors, the different phases of disaster management and also examining the impact of the earthquake onExpand
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Opinions of Civil Society Organisations on Democracy and Interventions of the Military in Turkey
In this paper we will focus on the perceptions of the relations between civil society and the armed forces in Turkey. This is a bundle of complex relationships and it has many direct and indirectExpand
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Opinions of secondary school students about socio-cultural change and education in Turkey: findings from a survey in may-June 2011
Abstract A questionnaire consisting of 89 questions was administered to 2584 students in 38 high schools from five different types of high schools in ten districts/municipalities on the Asian side ofExpand
Chapitre 4. How sufficient are the ethics committees? Results of a pilot study in Turkey
Les comites d’ethique sont-ils suffisants ? resultats d’une etude pilote en TurquieLa situation actuelle de 49 comites d’ethique en Turquie a ete etudiee. Un questionnaire mis au point par le ConseilExpand
A Comparison of Civil–Military Attitudes: The Case of Turkey
It is a very challenging attempt to illuminate the structures and processes of the difference between civil and military attitudes in Turkey. The Turkish case is unique in many aspects because whileExpand
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Shifting Conceptions of Science, Religion, Society and State in Turkey
There are certain intellectual concepts that have emerged from Turkey’s experience of societal, cultural and political transformation through the processes of industrialization, modernization,Expand
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