Mehmet Ozay

Mehmet Ozay
Ibn Haldun University · sociology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
genealogies in Malay courts biographies of distinguished individuals in Malay polities in early centuries archival documents, authentic indigenous materials

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Güneydoğu Asya’da, Malezya Federasyonu ve Vietnam Sosyalist Cumhuriyeti arasındaki ilişkiler, 20. yüzyıl ikinci yarısında bölgede egemen olan siyasal yapıların etkisi kadar, iki ülkenin ulus-devlet yapılaşmalarının gelişiminden de etkilenmektedir. Bu anlamda, biri Malay dünyasında, diğeri Hint-Çin’inde yer alan bölgenin bu iki önemli ülkesi, farklı...
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Bu çalışma, Takımadalar halklarının mücadelesini ve nihayetinde egemen bir ulus olarak tanınmasına konu olan 1946-1949 yılları arasındaki gelişmeleri ele almaktadır. Pasifik Savaşı 1945 yılı Ağustos ayında Japonların sürpriz ve şartsız bir şekilde teslim olmalarının ardından, Takımadalar’da Cumhuriyetçiler bağımsızlık ilân ettiler. Dönemin ideoloji...
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Rumis, who are identified as the seafarers and warriors in the Ottoman State, had an impact in the regions as a diasporic group exercising their professions from the West Asia through India and till Southeast Asia. It is comprehended that this concept, referring to both a geographical and cultural environment, was diffused among distinct state's fo...
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‘Abd al-Raḥmān al-Ẓāhir (1833-1896) was an influential, dynamic Hadhrami. He was a Muslim reformer, as well as a savvy businessman and formidable diplomat. Arriving in Aceh in 1864, he embarked on both business and political endeavors, as religious and trade experiences helped develop diplomatic ties between the locals, the Ottomans, and the Europe...
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The period commencing from 1850s onwards witnessed drastic changes caused by internal and external factors both in the Ottoman state and the Sultanate of Jambi, a Malay political entity in the eastern part of Sumatra Island. Furthermore, the latter's demands of political recognition and collaboration failed to see signifiant fruit as reflected by t...
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Sosyolojik bir olgu olarak din, toplumsal yaşamda bireylerin birçok davranışına kaynaklık etmektedir. Din, siyasal tercihlerden boş zamanların değerlendirilmesine kadar geniş bir alanda bireylerin tercihlerinde belirleyicidir. Bu çalışmada, adalar ülkesi olan Endonezya Cumhuriyeti'nin otuz üç eyaletinden biri, Sumatra Adası'nın kuzeyindeki 'Mekke K...
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Açe, Hollanda’nın Malay Takımadalar’ındaki uzun sömürgecilik tarihi içerisinde günümüzde büyük bölümü Endonezya Cumhuriyeti Devleti sınırları içerisinde kalan Takımadalar’ın en batısında yer alan ve Hollanda’nın bu Takımadalar’da en son nüfuz ettiği yer olarak bilinir. Söz konusu bu modern dönemdeki gelişme öncesinde, Malaka Boğazı’nın kuzeyi İngil...
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Abstract: The aim of this article is to present an analytical history of the Attahashi family of Turkish ancestry by illustrating its genealogy, whose members claim to be descendants of a Turkish ruler who is supposed to have arrived in Aceh in the late decades of the 16th or beginning of the 17th century. This attempt considers the connection to S...
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This paper introduces Shaykh Dāwud ibn Ismā‘īl ibn Musṭafá Rūmī (also known as Bāba Dāwud or Musṭafá al-Rūmī) who was an Islamic scholar believed to have lived in Aceh sometime between 1650 and 1750 to the larger Muslim world. Shaykh Dāwud ibn Ismā‘īl ibn Musṭafá Rūmī is important for three reasons: (a) he lived during the time of the Sultanate of...
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The present article investigates the identity, partial biography, and relations of Rukiye Hanim. She is recognized as the grandmother of three significant families who have been playing distinguished roles in politics and academics in Malaysia. Rukiye Hanim with her sister Hatice Hanim are believed to have been presented as concubines by Babussaade...
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Abstract: This paper aims to describe one of the famous zawiyah called as Dayah Tanoh Abee in Selimium, a subdistrict of Banda Aceh, the capital city of Aceh Province of the Republic of Indonesia. This paper is unique in Turkey to undertake this zawiyah into focus. The importance of the zawiyah comes from that it can be taken into consideration in...
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In this paper, I will sketch the issue of historical writing in the Eurocentric perspective concerning two regions, Malaya and the East Indies in Southeast Asia. The reason to take these re- gions into consideration in the same text can be justified on the basis that both regions have been historically and anthropologically considered concentric. W...
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The transformation of the Malaysian national policy from an industrial-based to a knowledge-based nation has prompted educational institutions to adopt a culture that promotes the advancement in knowledge, skills and area of expertise among the academic staff in schools. This study identifies the knowledge sharing activities using internet among te...
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Starting from the second half of the 1960s onwards, socio-religious youth movements, which are regarded as the initial element of civil expressions on university campuses, were constructively influential on the perception of the political elites’ understanding of Islam and political evolution of the Islamisation policies in the process in Malaysia....
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In this article, the phenomenon of secularization will be examined briefly in the context of the colonization process in British Malaya and the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia). Given the relationship between secularization and modernization, it is argued that secularization was brought to and implemented in Southeast Asia, whose population is nearly...
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It is vital to see the connection between experiences in history and contemporary developments in almost all corners of the world. Regions which appear as leading powers in economic developments have historically had their own particular dynamics. In the event that the dynamics of the past uncover the true means to go forward, it will trigger the p...
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This article sketches briefly the course of cultural change based on the education system both in the appearance of Malay vernacular schools and missionary initiatives in Malaya during the British administration. The fact is that cultural change becomes always salient pertaining the relationships between colonial administration and the native peopl...
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This paper provides a brief explanation about the Era of the Queens (1641-1699) during which four female rulers were raised in succession to the throne of Aceh Darussalam Sultanate. The era in question has not been a resounding research subject either in the context of Southeast Asian Islamic studies or general Islamic history. The Era of the Queen...
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This article attempts to explore the relation between the Malay language and development of modern nationalism during the colonial era. In regards, the present writer has focused on a different strain of analysis based on some core passages in related documents.
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Aceh history has long been mainly taken into consideration in the context of Southeast Asian or Malay archipelago history. However, there is not much attention given to the fact that the Sultanate of Aceh played a very salient role globally in Islamic world. This paper argues a hypothesis that the Sultanate of Aceh had commenced a watershed apparen...

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