Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and Kemalism
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His portraits are in government offices in the capital and coffee houses in small towns. His statues and busts are innumerable. You can find them probably in every city square or park. His maxims decorate stadiums, schools, concert halls. You can… This is the official cult. His biography is read like hagiography of saints. After more than half a century after…
Modernity versus Westernization
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Modernity is the concept by which there is a discontinuation of the past from the present. This discontinuity arises from social and cultural changes which occur through progress or decline. The premise is life in the present is different from life in the past.… Modernity is the concept by which there is a discontinuation of the past from the present. This…
The Rise of Islamic Capitalism
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The book authored by Vali Nasr, an expert in the Islamic nations’ operations and a top advisor to the United States (US) government, provides a proposal for the solution to challenges in handling Islamic extremism. He proposes that the best way for the Western countries to end… vides support to this proposal by emphasizing on the crucial role of the middle…
Turkey military and islamists
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Name Instructor Date Turkey Military and Islamists Turkey is a country that has faced insurmountable challenges through military leadership under the Islamist movements that have demonstrated leadership based on Islamic ideas. It has experienced a series of coups that have ousted the different leadership regimes since the 1960s.… In 1971, the problem was…
Does westernization equal modernity the case of Turkey
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In the past, modernization and westernization were considered to be the same thing, but in the resent times this has changed.… Some of the steps considered to have been taken by Ataturk to westernize turkey include the banning of the traditional men’s hat called the fez replacing it with European styled ones, Latin alphabets replaced Arabic writing. He also…
Progressive Islam and Environmental
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Progressive Islam seeks to make Islamic religion more accommodative to all. Every religion has its roots and Islam is not an exception. Islam came about from a society that had its traditions, its geography, and history. … Any change in Islamic region has often been resisted because it was seen as bringing about western values into the religion. However, with…
Turkey Syria Relations Since 1998
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Name Professor Class 28 November 2012 Turkey - Syria Relations 1. Introduction Turkey and Syria relations date back to the post World War I era. Even though, Turkey was established in 1923 after the war and Syria in 1946, both these countries share traditions linked with Islamic Era under the Ottomans.… The relation in general remained undulating with both…
International Marketing Case Study
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Liberalization and globalization has opened newer vistas of trade and business all around the globe. Opening up of economies has now tilted the balance in favor of market forces. Globalisation of production and investment in recent years has led to a situation where long-term capital inflows from advanced economies to developing economies is taking place at a rapid pace.…
Islam
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This research paper basically explains the historical development of Islam and the changes Islam faced over time, that is, the period of evolutionary change. After completely understanding the origin, history and background of Islam, we discuss the central concepts, beliefs,… Before the Prophet Mohammad was sent by Allah as the last messenger, the 7th century…
What is the EU a trading area or an enlarged European State Should Turkey allowed to join the club
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The so-called Kemalist ideology of Turkey is based on the philosophies developed by Kemal Ataturk, the first president of the Republic of Turkey (1923-1938). His ambition was to modernise the nation and, thereby, launch Turkey into mainstream Western culture.… The so-called Kemalist ideology of Turkey is based on the philosophies developed by Kemal Ataturk,…
Female labor force in Turkey
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This can be dated back to the ancient times when men used to carry all the activities that involve lots of energies while women were only allocated tasks… 257). However, as time moved on, the number of women in the labor force started increasing rapidly from 1960 s through 1980s before starting to slow down in 1990s. By 1999, women made 60% of the world labor…
Is it possible to be Muslim feminist
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Can religion and feminism find common grounds for co-existence? What role have the Muslim women succeeded in playing so far in history? Does the very religion of Islam carry a patriarchal trend? Has the journey of feminism, to date, in… This is especially due to the rise of women’s rights awareness throughout the world. However, what is neglected when…
What was the larger strategic significance of the failure of the Gallipoli expedition 1915-1916
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The Gallipoli Expedition was an example of technology trying to surpass traditional war tactics. The Entente launched hi-tech machine guns, super fast firing rifles and all types of modern artillery against the nineteenth century war tactics and Ottoman patriotism.… The result was a huge loss of manpower and resources on both the sides. The Gallipoli…
Motivation for Turkish entry to the European Union
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Political, Economic and Cultural Motivation for Turkish Entry to the European Union Introduction In shaping Europe’s history, the Second World War has played a significant role. Before the Second World War, there were not many ideological distinctions between European countries.… As a result of that the tensions of the Cold War between America and Soviet Union…
An Overview of Turkish and Greek Epistolary Novels
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This essay shows an overview of Turkish and Greek epistolary novels and explains that an epistolary novel is a long narrative that is composed of correspondence such as letters, journal entries, diary entries, newspaper clippings, or electronic documents. … This rejection of the epistolary novel is a tragic decision because the epistolary novel can be a very…
New Turkish Cinema
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This dissertation focuses on the analysis of the New Turkish Cinema, that is an era of greater creative freedom as a result of the relaxation of Turkey’s censorship laws and the escalation of film production the 1990s and since then that is still present today in Turkey.… This dissertation discusses the New Turkish Cinema, that is much more than a resurrection…
President Gamal Abdul Nasser of Egypt
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Gamal Abdul Nasser, like other Arab leaders such as Saddam Hussein, Yasser Arafat, Hafiz al-Assad, shared a common trait with them- he adored his mother but had an uneasy relationship with his father. He shared no other characteristic with the other leaders but continued to celebrate his own ordinary background as a man from and of the people. … He was born in…
The founder of the Turkish Republic is often described as a dictator but was actually more like a latter-day king. (Andrew Ma
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Kemal Ataturk was a Latter-Day King Name: Institution: Kemal Ataturk was a Latter-Day King Nearly 132 years ago, on May 19th, 1881, Kemal Ataturk, the founding father of the Republic of Turkey was born (Mango 1999, p. 3). He is a man of a massive, nearly mythical, historical significance in Turkey at the moment, where it is still unlawful to express any opinion or belief that diminishes his character.…
Leadership of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
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The figure of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk is too iconic for every man of Turkish descent. His leadership skills and drive toward independence and improvements through social, economic, and political reforms made Turkey a modern state with modern principles of growth and development in hand.… A real leader is capable of doing different tasks guided by his vision and…
Create a brief life history of a leader. Your essay should apply key course theories, concepts and current literature to develop a critical analysis of the leadership dynamics you have selected
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Mustafa Kemal Atatürk is the founder of the Republic of Turkey after the old Ottoman Empire was dissolved when it sided with Germany and its allies who lost in the First World War. Ataturk was the Turkish Republic first President and served from October 30, 1923 and… As a leader, Ataturk is an astute statesman who can adopts his leadership style contingent to…
Anwar Elsadat
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Anwar El Sadat can be described first using the four figures, which are known to have impacted him strongly, thus bringing him up to be what he was known to be. The first figure is a man named Zahran, who came from a small village like Sadat. This man was hanged during the… The second figure was Kemel Ataturk, who is known to have created the modern state of…
Modernizing Rulers in the Middle East
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The goal was to have foreign powers leave their respective countries of Turkey and Iran. They went about it in different ways. Ataturk secularized his government borrowing heavily on the western influence. Although depending… Ataturk was a well-known military man. His victories and losses defined his role as a leader. While Reza Shah was in the military, the…
Turkey political system
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The AKP Party runs the current Turkey government. Turkey gained its independence in 1922. Ataturk is recognized as the nation’s war hero. Turkey’s government transactions continue to change until today.… Turkey today is embroiled in a territorial dispute with the neighboring Cyprus government. The issue arose between the Greek government leaders and Turkey’s…
Nationalism in 19th century
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It was during the 19th century that nationalism became widespread, manifested as movements toward national unification and independence. It took hold in Europe, especially Germany, during the Napoleonic Wars as resistance to French occupation. However, German nationalism during this period was conservative and restricted by tradition, rather than liberal and universal.…
@the most important political fact of the nineteenth century in Europe was the growth of nationalism.' (M.S.Anderson. Discuss with reference to at least 3 major
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It took hold in Europe, especially Germany, during the Napoleonic Wars as resistance to French occupation. However, German nationalism during… However, nationalism became increasingly identified with conservative elements and clashed with new ideologies such as socialism. Nationalist sentiments among nation-states turned to the acquisition of territory and…
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