Emre Erdogan

Emre Erdogan
Istanbul Bilgi University | BILGI · Department of International Relations

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September 2005 - present
Istanbul Bilgi University
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The child well-being approach, which is both an analytical and theoretical tool, considers well-being in the domains of material well-being, health, education, risk and safety, participation, housing and environment, relationships, and subjective well-being. With its focus on reflecting children’s voices, child well-being aims to demonstrate subjec...
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Child labor is an important problem in need of an immediate solution in Turkey. Child labor prevents a child from living his/her childhood and harms his/her healthy development physically, cognitively, and psychologically. It is necessary to prohibit child labor with legal regulations and ensure that this prohibition is implemented. This prohibitio...
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This article explores children’s subjective well-being based on a qualitative study carried out in Istanbul with children between the ages of 10 and 12, from diverse socio-economic backgrounds. The study dwells on the growing body of knowledge in the literature on the theoretical understanding of childhood as a structural category that has contribu...
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This article aims to explain how the media reproduced populist themes during the campaign for the constitutional referendum in 2017 by examining columns in pro-government newspapers and conducting a content analysis. The findings demonstrate that ‘the people’ were seen as the most significant opposition to the establishment. The ‘us–them’ distincti...
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(Please scroll down for English) Popülist söylemlerin yaygınlaşmasında ve popülist hareketlerin başarısında medyanın önemli bir rolü olduğu göz ardı edilemez. Farklı bağlamlarda medyanın etkin kullanımı popülist aktörler için değişiklik gösterir. Bununla beraber, retorik ve eylemleri ile medyayı etkileyebildikleri gibi kimi zaman medyada çok fazla...
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Built on a neighborhood-based qualitative study that was carried out in Istanbul, this article explores the use of complementary research methods that explore how children contextualize their well-being within the spatial boundaries of a particular social location. Therefore, spatiality is used as a methodological tool to understand children’s subj...
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Children consist of one-third of the population of Turkey that has the second highest level of child poverty among the OECD countries. Child labour is widely observed, especially in the poor families, according to the last official statistics obtained in 2013 in Turkey more than 900.000 children are working. Child labour deprives children of their...
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Tolerance is a central concept for a society’s democratic foundations. Many forms of populism threaten tolerance and are a growing concern for consolidated liberal democracies as well developing ones. Right-wing ideology, heightened nationalism, and xenophobic rhetoric toward minorities are threatening social cohesion, public unity, and liberal val...
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Perceived uncertainty and anger lead people to investigate with respect to the establishment, and politicians who are seen as reckless within society. In this sense, populist discourse paved a way to respond by glorifying one group of people and scapegoating others that emerge as group differentiation. Critical moments especially illustrate mutual...
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According to the latest official figures, more than 3 million Syrians are residing in Turkey under the status of temporary protection, and more than 50% of these are under 18 years old. The number of children from Syria between 5 and 14 years of age is 677,217 and 315,000 for the 15–19 age group, meaning that more than 1 million children are at a s...
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“Diğeri ile Karşılaşmada Ötekileştirme/meyi Anlamak: Türkiye’de Gençlerle Empati ve Eşitliği Tartışmak” başlıklı TÜBİTAK araştırmasının kitaplaşmış hali olan bu çalışma, farklı disiplinlerden ilgili literatürler ışığında, nitel ve nicel araştırmadan elde edilen veriler eşliğinde ötekileştirme/meyi anlamayı ve ötekileştirmeyle sonuçlanan eylemin bel...
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According to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, all children are born with civil, political, social and economic rights. However, children's ability to exercise their citizenship rights and practices depend on which country context they live in. Within the limits of this article we want to explore how children's subjective we...
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Based on the research that was conducted to evaluate child well-being indicators from the perspectives of children in order to advance the nation-wide monitoring of their well-being in Turkey, the aim of this article is to demonstrate what children prioritize for each domain for a happy child. To this end, 562 children from different age groups -in...
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Participation is key to the discussions of democracy and justice. For all citizens, no matter their differences, having the ability to participate is a difficult but required condition for a just and democratic political community. Based on the recent research on citizenship in Turkey, this article aims to explore, first, whether young citizens’ po...
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This chapter aims to assess the varying dynamics of social progress in Turkey and Turkish society in the context of the politics of modernization. To this end, a study was conducted by focusing on historical and recent developments, to elaborate on existing tensions and inequalities. The political regime fluctuations in Turkey were presented via th...
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This article analyzes the relationship between “financialization” and the performance of credit institutions in Mexico over the period 1999–2013. On average, foreign banks have higher cost-to-income ratio and return on assets than domestically owned banks. Non-interest income to gross revenue positively contributes to foreign bank profits, which hi...
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The aim of this research is to understand the subjective experiences of children in Turkey from different age groups, regions, and socio-economic backgrounds, and how they make meaning of their circumstances. This research, therefore, aims to develop child well-being indicators from the perspectives of children in order to advance the nation-wide m...
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Economic voting theory is one of the most powerful explanations of voting behavior of ordinary citizens and it's almost a part of democratic practice. This approach is heavily used in the Turkish context and models based on this model are very successful in estimating election results. However, there are some "revisionist" objections to basic premi...
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From the early 1990s until 1998, Argentina liberalised its banking system as part of a strategy to enter a globalised economy. The subsequent monetary policies, combined with 'convertibilidad' and an elevated government debt, led to a loss of confidence in the financial system, ending in the deep recession of 1998-2002. A sovereign debt default of...
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Bu makalenin tüm hakları Uluslararası İlişkiler Konseyi Derneği'ne aittir. Önceden yazılı izin alınmadan hiç bir iletişim, kopyalama ya da yayın sistemi kullanılarak yeniden yayımlanamaz, çoğaltılamaz, dağıtılamaz, satılamaz veya herhangi bir şekilde kamunun ücretli/ücretsiz kullanımına sunulamaz. Akademik ve haber amaçlı kısa alıntılar bu kuralın...
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As new elections approach, Turkish political agenda is once again dominated by discussions of election systems and impending changes in the existing one. These discussions are not without consequence. Since the first competitive and fair elections of 1950, twelve general elections have been held and a total of 37 legislative arrangements concerning...

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