Year 2013 – Volume 5 – Issue 2

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Year 2013 – Volume 5 – Issue 2

The Gender of Turkish Modernization: Men Establish the State, Women Establish a Family, Gender of Politics and Feminist Movements

2022-07-27T23:42:28+03:00

First Language: Turkish Subjects:  Women's Studies Journal Section: Book Review Authors: Beyhan YENİ Dates: 1 January 2009 modernization, state, feminism Beyhan YENİ Dergipark Full Text

The Gender of Turkish Modernization: Men Establish the State, Women Establish a Family, Gender of Politics and Feminist Movements2022-07-27T23:42:28+03:00

Green Sustainable Development and Women

2022-08-05T16:12:02+03:00

First Language: Turkish Subjects:  Women's Studies Journal Section: Research Article Authors: Arzu İrge ÖZYOL Ankara Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Sosyal Çevre Bilimleri Doktora Programı Mezunu Dates: 1 January 2013 The major goal of this article is to underline the importance of participation of women who have environmental competence due to their traditional societal roles of women, in professional environmental management and evaluate the conceptual change regarding to environment and women relations from 1992 to 2012. In this study, secondary research technique is used. Sets of documents such as selected literature about gender and environmental theories [...]

Green Sustainable Development and Women2022-08-05T16:12:02+03:00

Masculinity as Homophobia: Fear, Shame and Silence in the Construction of Gender Identity

2022-08-05T16:13:19+03:00

First Language: Turkish Subjects:  Women's Studies Journal Section: Research Article Authors: Michael S KİMMEL Artvin Çoruh Üniversitesi Sosyoloji Bölümü Dates: 1 January 2013 Masculinity as Homophobia: Fear, Shame and Silence in the Construction of Gender Identity Masculinity is a product of social, cultural and historical conditions; and it is a social construction. It presents historical, as well as cultural and social diversities. Hence, it accommodates the potential of individual and collective change. Homophobia is one of the principles that reside in the core of patriarchy which organizes the cultural definition of masculinity –and American masculinity, [...]

Masculinity as Homophobia: Fear, Shame and Silence in the Construction of Gender Identity2022-08-05T16:13:19+03:00

Family as a Socıo-Pathological Resource of Human Destruction in the Analyses of Arno Gruen

2022-08-08T01:28:29+03:00

First Language: Turkish Subjects:  Women's Studies Journal Section: Research Article Authors: İlknur MEŞE Aksaray Üniversitesi, Fen-Edebiyat Fakültesi, Sosyoloji Bölümü Dates: 1 January 2013 The roles of motherhood and fatherhood have been idealized in our society. So, many examples can be given on their roles such as “none dear like mother, none place like father” which is the basic one of them. Since this idealization is imposed on children’s mind when they are very young, children still continue loving their parents despite negative experiences that parents make children experience. The socialization process that adults teach children [...]

Family as a Socıo-Pathological Resource of Human Destruction in the Analyses of Arno Gruen2022-08-08T01:28:29+03:00

Gazing Through Hannah Arendt at Forugh Farrokhzad An Open Window from Captivity to Liberty: The Poetry of Forugh Farrokhzad

2022-08-05T16:15:05+03:00

First Language: Turkish Subjects:  Women's Studies Journal Section: Research Article Authors: Melike DİLER Radyo ve Televizyon Üst Kurulu - İzleme ve Değerlendirme Dairesi Başkanlığı Dates: 1 January 2013 Gazing Through Hannah Arendt at Forugh Farrokhzad An Open Window from Captivity to Liberty: The Poetry of Forugh Farrokhzad In this article, it is argued that the poetry-life of Forugh Farrokhzad, the Iranian poet passing away in 1967 at the age of thirty-two, befits the action which is one of the three activities of Hannah Arendt's term Vita Activa. The argument is explored through the poetry-life of [...]

Gazing Through Hannah Arendt at Forugh Farrokhzad An Open Window from Captivity to Liberty: The Poetry of Forugh Farrokhzad2022-08-05T16:15:05+03:00

Women’s Political Movements in the West Bank and Israel: Challenging Perspectives From Within

2022-08-05T16:17:09+03:00

First Language: Turkish Subjects:  Women's Studies Journal Section: Research Article Authors: Giulia DANİELE Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (Italy) and University of Exeter (UK) Dates: 1 January 2013 In the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the role played by women activists in overcoming exclusivist ethno-national narrative identities by means of feminist as well as peace-oriented perspectives represents a central issue within grassroots activism and academia. In particular, the paper focuses on the main initiatives experienced by Palestinian and Israeli Jewish women in both their own societies and joint projects, such as the most well known, [...]

Women’s Political Movements in the West Bank and Israel: Challenging Perspectives From Within2022-08-05T16:17:09+03:00

How to Make Peace: Transitional Justice and Gender

2022-08-05T16:18:10+03:00

First Language: Turkish Subjects:  Women's Studies Journal Section: Research Article Authors: Mine EGBATAN ODTÜ Kadın Çalışmaları Yüksek Lisans öğrencisi Dates: 1 January 2013 How to Make Peace: Transitional Justice and Gender This paper is written to bring the issue of “transitional justice” as a site of discussion for peace process in Turkey. Transitional justice as an approach towards peace supports women’s active participation in peace processes as well as develops an understanding that is responsive to women’s problems based on conflict and/or war situations. Based on the examples of gender-responsive transitional justice processes, transitional justice [...]

How to Make Peace: Transitional Justice and Gender2022-08-05T16:18:10+03:00
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