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    Ataturk Speech Analysis

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    Ataturk’s Speech Beyond the Words Armenian Genocide, Greek Genocide, and Assyrian Genocide, all of these horrific acts lead to one geographical route “Asia Minor” or what is currently known as the Republic of Turkey. After abolishing the office of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmet VI in 1922, the proclamation of the Republic of Turkey is announced with Mustafa Kemal Ataturk as its first president. Mustafa Kamal Ataturk is an army officer and the organizer of a militant independent nationalist movement in Ankara. After the allied power forces a peace treaty which provided independence to the Armenian and puts the south Anatolia under French influence, Ataturk at the head of his army crushes the Armenians and forces the French troops to withdraw from…

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    Gap Inc Is Inhumane

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    Doris Fisher and Don Fisher founded Gap Inc., a clothing and accessories retailer in 1969. Only 7 years after its establishment, Gap Inc. goes public with 1.2 million shares of stock. To give back to the community, Gap Inc. founded its nonprofit charitable division, Gap Foundation, by helping underprivileged youth and women in developing nations explore careers and build social skills. Gap Inc., famously known as Gap, also takes part in the PRODUCT (Red) campaign where they would sell specially…

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    Those factors are as follows, Transportation and accessibility: Both offices in Ankara are located near Eskişehir highway which is one of the main road in Ankara, since this road is used by many people there are a lot of way to reach this road in the means of transport. Two offices are also accessible easily from the bus terminal and airport. This factor is important because workers in the firm go other cities frequently. Demand management: As mentioned previous, AF Mercados EMI works in energy…

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    Globalisation that is growing fast since the 1990’s and its results can be divided into two: while there is a dependent society and economy, also there is a gap that is growing between the inequivalent classes of society. Referring to Şerife Güneş, there’s an inequivalance that is getting bigger between the North and South countries. Considering that inequal developments between North and South, this division can be seen in today’s cities of Turkey: especially İstanbul and Ankara, which are…

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    The Gallipoli Campaign

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    One of the most fiercest battles fought during World War 1. We hear about it all the time and it is extremely important for our country to never forget this battle not only for the 11,419 ANZAC lives that were lost but also for the reputation Australia and New Zealand gained for camaraderie and always having high moral, we also identified ourselves as a nation. Of course the battle I am talking about is the Gallipoli Campaign. Gallipoli is located about 700kms from the capital of Turkey, Ankara.…

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    People always have trouble pinpointing where I was born. When I joined my new Macedonian elementary school in the fourth grade, most of my class assumed I had been born in Turkey. I had, after all, just moved to Skopje at the age of nine, having spent majority of my childhood in Ankara. I remember how hard it was to explain to my peers why I had lived there. I doubt I even understood it myself. My dad was simply relocated to Turkey as he had gotten a job there and we all went with him for four…

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    Syrian Refugee

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    Turkey has a complex history with European Union, and the pressure to make sure that the country sticks to the standards of human rights is merely a modern characteristic of what has been an extended struggle. So far, Turkey has already signed the Ankara agreement according to which the EU economic branch would treat the country as an associate member till the accession was to be formalized later. Both Cyprus and Malta agreed to same deals in 1971. But the invasion of turkey in Cyprus had a…

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    Since then, it has lent a total of EUR 14.3bn for investment projects in the country. Past projects include both the bridge over, and the tunnel under the Bosphorus, projects financed in 1969 and 2004/05; the modernization of the country’s telephone network, with projects in 1996 and 2006; 45 projects in support of private corporate sector development and job creation; and 14 projects to improve water and wastewater facilities in major cities, such as Ankara, Izmit and Antalya. In recent…

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    In 1929, he performed the solo part in the debut of William Walton's Viola Concerto. In the 1930s, he made a visit to Cairo and a few visits to Ankara. He led the duty of rearranging Turkish music instruction and the early endeavors for the foundation of the Turkish State Opera and Ballet. Hindemith did not stay in Turkey the length of numerous different exiles. In any case, he significantly affected the improvements of Turkish musical life; the Ankara State Conservatory owes much to his…

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    (Samuelsson & Kaga, 2008). The research problem in this research study, therefore, was to support the development of positive attitude towards environmental issues in preschool.Gender would be the independent variable. Attitude was the dependent variable. The authors of the study offer no particular hypothesis; however, their goal aim to explore preschool children’s environmental attitudes from eccentric and anthropocentric perspectives (Thompson & Barton, 1994). Methods Participants…

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