Ethno‐political subordination and patient dissatisfaction: The Kurdish case in Hakkâri during the AKP period in Turkey, 2003–2013

  title={Ethno‐political subordination and patient dissatisfaction: The Kurdish case in
 during the AKP period in Turkey, 2003–2013},
  author={Ilker Corut},
  journal={Nations and Nationalism},
  • Ilker Corut
  • Published 19 July 2020
  • Sociology
  • Nations and Nationalism


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