MIGRATION AND TURKEY: CHANGING HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

MIGRATION AND TURKEY: CHANGING HUMAN GEOGRAPHY Contributors Introduction by Deniz Şenol Sert and Deniz Karcı Kor-falı PART I: Internal Migratory Movements in Turkey 1) Rural-to-Urban Migration in Turkey during the Past Thirty-Five Years: 1965-2000 by Ayşe Gedik 2) Conditions of Internal Migration and Con-temporary Industrial Relations in Turkey by Utku Balaban 3) Mi-grants as Entrepreneurs: Rethinking Migration, State and Entrepre-neurship in the Neo-liberal Era by Ayşe Seda Yüksel PART II: Inter-national Migration and Cosmopolitanism 4) The Migrated Archives during the Population Exchange by A. Nükhet Adıyeke 5) Cosmopol-itanism, City Identity and Disconcerted Displacement: The Rum Or-thodox Community of Istanbul and Athens by İlay Romain Örs 6) The Identity of Thessalonica and Crete Immigrants in Izmir and Its Reflec-tions on Izmir Culture by Orhan Tekelioğlu 7) From National Terri-tory to Supranational Real Property? Territorial Effects of Foreign Retirement Migration in Turkey by Sezgi Durgun Epilogue by Deniz Şenol Sert and Deniz Karcı Korfalı Index
 
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Ed. Deniz Şenol Sert and Deniz Karcı Korfalı
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978-975-428-502-4
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