Patterns of social mobilisation. In the elimination of the Greek Orthodox population 1908-1914

@inproceedings{etinkaya2013PatternsOS,
  title={Patterns of social mobilisation. In the elimination of the Greek Orthodox population 1908-1914},
  author={Y. Doğan Çetinkaya},
  year={2013}
}
The elimination of the Greek Orthodox population in the Ottoman Empire is seen in Turkish historiography as a solely political project. However, the National Economy was not only an intellectual and political idea, but also a social phenomenon which had a social base. The mobilisation of different social groups and classes played a significant role in the nationalisation of modern Turkey at the outset of the twentieth century. An analysis of different patterns of social mobilisation and the… 
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