Citizenship and citizenship education according to the perspective of non-muslim minorities in Turkey

@article{Ibrahimolu2015CitizenshipAC,
  title={Citizenship and citizenship education according to the perspective of non-muslim minorities in Turkey},
  author={Zafer Ibrahimoğlu and Ali Yilmaz},
  journal={Kuram Ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri},
  year={2015},
  volume={15},
  pages={1637-1653}
}
The concept of citizenship, which has come to the foreground as a significant part of political and social life, has been the focal point of many discussions which consider this concept to be important. Citizenship became a debated subject in the process of history after factors affecting the relationship between governments and individuals diversified, and these diversifications have been the main topic debated all around the world. Within this framework, one of the most important developments… Expand

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