THE DEPICTION OF WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE IN TURKEY IN THE EDITORIAL CARTOONS OF THE ERA

@article{Ince2015THEDO,
  title={THE DEPICTION OF WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE IN TURKEY IN THE EDITORIAL CARTOONS OF THE ERA},
  author={G{\"o}kçen Başaran Ince},
  journal={Journal of Yaşar University},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={6413-6431}
}
For the peripheral modernisation projects, women have oftenly been the face of a rapidly modenising nation, shifting it from one civilisation to the other. The body of the women, its presentation and limits have always had connotative meanings, circumscribing their individuality within the identity of a nation. These assumptions are also valid for the modernisation case in Turkey in which women represented a vast transformation toward a Western and secular society. Granting of the suffrage… Expand
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