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  • Expatriate Moving To Turkey Case Study

    whole new country with a diverse culture, factors such as language, religion, politics, legal structure and societal organization are to be considered. These factors must be looked into before migrating to the country, as it is important for managers to be aware of the cultural differences before they arrive to the destination to avoid bad surprises. Three cultural differences are focused in this paper, which are language, religion and societal organization. These cultural differences can become challenging if not dealt with before time. Therefore, it is essential for the human resource manager to learn about these differences before going to Turkey. The official language of Turkey is Turkish and 95% of the population communicates in Turkish language (Hodoğlugil and Mahley, 2012). Majority of the Turkish nationals do not know the English language. Therefore, it is important to learn the language before moving into Turkey as language can be a huge…

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  • Once Upon A Time On Anatolia Film Analysis

    soon after the birth of her child. The more they talk, the more the prosecutor reveals about the woman and her story. By the end of the movie, you find out the woman was really his wife, and he had cheated on her shortly before her death. This shows two basic actions of human nature. The first is how jealous and spiteful people can be. After learning her husband cheated on her, she told him that she was fine with it, but in reality was…

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  • From Natives To Foreigners Analysis

    these “events” be recognized by both, the Armenian Republic and the Turkish State; but, does not create a discourse to clearly answer what transpired? Regardless of the label used, the result was destruction of virtually every Armenian community in the Ottoman Empire, which collapsed after the war. What was left of the country transitioned into the modern-day Republic of Turkey, while a community left devastated, that before was not a target. This sudden shift from fellow brethren to enemy…

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  • Ataturk Analysis

    Their perspective on the early Turkish Republic examines the nature of the dualistic cultures. Aksoy and Robins state that they believe that the reforms put into place by Kemal, forced a culture upon the people that was repressive and foreign . The authors write of the duality of the culture, the “official” culture observed by the government verses the “real” culture of the people and how the government of the Republic of Turkey took on a character of repressing the real Turkish identity in…

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  • Ataturk Speech Analysis

    nationalization”, to be exact, to eliminate the natives. However, in his speech, Ataturk clearly does not believe in the right of existence for non-Turk and non-Muslims. Ataturk states, “The people whom this Assembly represents, are not only Turks, are not only Circassians, are not only Kurds, and are not only Laz. But it is an intimate collective of all these Muslim elements”. This quote purposely excludes any Christians or Jewish minority. Then he indicates that all the collective components…

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  • The Wren By Güntekin: An Analysis

    the author of any persecution from the powers that be, but it can help them keep a slight sense of anonymity and security they would otherwise not enjoy if they were publishing pieces that were direct critiques of the government. The Turkish novelist…

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  • Ataturk And Secularisation

    Keral then discusses secularisation as a means of creating a sense of nationhood, suggesting that Ataturk 's principles are most clear in his ‘homeland ideology’. Keral uses quotes from Ataturk’s speeches as evidence for this idea, the crux of which is that ‘Old Turkey [is] like a dungeon and it ought to be a paradise’, loved by all Turkish. This aligns with ideas of Shinto secular, in that the aim was to create a sense of nationhood and to unify Japan, facilitated through the nation-state, in…

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  • The Tragedya Of Soliman And Perseda

    ABSTRACT In the English Renaissance period, many plays are composed which refer to Ottoman Turk. Plays about Ottoman Turks and Turkish history has originated from information and rumors of European sailors and merchants who were captured by Ottoman Empire. When this flow of information merged with document and trace file, English people began to obtain information about Ottoman and they became more interested in play about Ottoman Turks. According to examination of plays written in Renaissance…

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  • Essay On Turkey Nomads

    Turkish nomadic groups managed to take-over and control much of central Asia and settlements in Persia, Anatolian and India. The Turkish nomads managed to acclimatize their societal needs to the landscape, climate, and ecology of the arid lands before them. Though their lifestyle was void of many comforts the Turkish nomads managed to carve a niche out of the harsh landscape for themselves. Like most groups of people the Turkish people turned to their religion for comfort and protection. They…

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  • The Kurdish-Turkish Identity

    region, and even religion among others. This paper focuses on the Kurdish-Turkish identity as well as the politics and conflicts related to the Kurdish-Turkish relationship. The Kurds who are reported to be over 35 million and commonly discussed as a nation that does not have any state (McDowall, 1997). As explained by McDowall, the homeland of the Kurds happens to neighbor Syria, Turkey, Iran, and Iraq and as a result, the various governments in the four different countries relates…

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