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Istanbul Aydın University’s Faculty of Communication hosts an important conference on April 12,13 and 14. The International Communication and Technology Congress (CTC 2021) will be held for the third time this year.   At CTC 2021, the issues of technology,the transformation of society, digital participation, online education around the pandemic are among the issues that… » read more

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The London-based Political Studies Association since 1950 has been organizing conferences, workshops, seminars and other events to encourage the development of political science studies. This year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the annual conference was held on digital platform.   Many different topics have been discussed in various panels at the conference which took place… » read more

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This article was first published on Modern Diplomacy.   The media-politics relationship in Turkey has been one of the most important factors shaping the quality of democracy.   Media is seen as the “fourth estate” in modern democracies. It acts as a “watchdog” for state affairs. The media coverage of issues is very important in… » read more

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This article was first published on Eurasia Review   Media is seen as the “fourth estate” in modern democracies. It acts as a “watchdog” for state affairs. The media coverage of issues is very important in agenda setting. Media freedom is essential to a working democracy as agenda-setting is one of the significant roles of… » read more

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This week my new article entitled “A Critical Discourse Analysis of Cybersecurity News in Turkish Media ” has been published in Cyberpolitik Journal Vol : 5 No: 9 (Summer, 2020). Abstract: During the past twenty years, a new concept of security called “cybersecurity” has come to the fore. Despite having no totally agreed-upon definition, cyber-security… » read more

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  The gory news about the murder of a young woman Pınar Gültekin (27) has deeply affected us. In fact, the murder of women has been a bleeding wound of Turkey, but this time the murder story has been shaped in a similar way to movies. As reported by Anadolu Agency (AA), the murderer Cemal… » read more

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Trends in Turkey 2019

    The result of the ‘Trends in Turkey’ [Türkiye Eğilimleri] survey which has been held for ten years was announced at a meeting held at Kadir Has University in previous days. The study, which was prepared by an academic team under the coordination of Prof. Mustafa Aydın was conducted between November 25 and December… » read more

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    The decision of the Supreme Electoral Board (YSK) to repeat only Istanbul metropolitan mayoral election is of a political nature according to many people. The declarations of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan along with the leader of Nationalist Action Party (MHP) Devlet Bahçeli and the pro-government media put a considerable degree of pressure upon… » read more

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  The reactions against the terrorist attack in New Zealand are going on around the world. I think everyone Muslim or not or even disbeliever should raise her voice against this horrible attack. 50 people passed away in New Zealand during prayer. This is not the first terrorist attack against Muslims but it is quite… » read more

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I think, almost every political scientist agrees that, differences are seen as a threat to state authority. Even in Western democracies, different ethnic or religious groups ( minorities) are not treated equally. For instance, in Austria, a considerable degree of Islamophobia is evident.   On the other hand, in terms of Turkish context, the establishment… » read more

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