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The Midnight Express (1978) phenomenon and the image of Turkey
Adapted from Billy Hayes’s autobiographical book, the ‘true’ story of his five-year incarceration in a Turkish prison on charges of drug smuggling, Midnight Express is a film and phenomenon thatExpand
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A different story of secularism: The censorship of religion in Turkish films of the 1960s and early 1970s
This article extends the discussion of Turkish secularism from political history to cultural history. It examines censorship of religious elements in Turkish films of the 1960s and early 1970s basedExpand
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Association Between Unemployment Duration and Depression in the SouthWest Region of Turkey: A Cross-Sectional Study
ABSTRACT Unemployment has risen as an effect of globalization in the country of Turkey. To date, no studies have examined the association between the duration of unemployment and perceived mentalExpand
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The Midnight express phenomenon : a historical materialist approach to the reception of the film Midnight express /
This thesis examines the Midnight Express phenomenon focusing on the film's reception by audiences in Europe, North America, and Turkey between 1978-2003. Using and enhancing the "historicalExpand
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The Russian monument at Ayastefanos (San Stefano): Between defeat and revenge, remembering and forgetting
In November 1914, soon after the Ottoman Empire’s entry into the First World War as Germany’s ally, the Ittihad ve Terakki (Union and Progress) government staged a propaganda event to motivate publicExpand
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Between Tradition and Modernity: Yeşilçam Melodrama, its Stars, and their Audiences
Melodrama, the most popular genre of Yeşilçam cinema (1960s Turkish popular cinema), provides a useful source for unravelling the social contradictions and anxieties caused by the TurkishExpand
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