4th Turkish-German Frontiers of Social Science Symposium 2018

List of Sessions

Please note: sessions are listed in non-defined sequence; the final order of sessions will be announced upon arrival!

ECONOMIC INCLUSION: CHALLENGES AND REMEDIES IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD

Organizers:

Devrim Dumludag and Erdal Yalcin

Quantifying the Welfare Gains of Increased Trade Integration

Benjamin Jung, University of Hohenheim

International division of labor and income distribution

Michael Koch, University of Bayreuth

Subjective Well-Being Of Turkish Immigrants In The Netherlands

Özge Gökdemir, İstanbul University

The refugee crisis, rise of radical right in European politics and their discourse and policies about immigrants: The cases of Germany and Austria

Selcen Öner, Bahçeşehir University

POPULISM AND POLITICAL CULTURE: TOOLS OF INCLUSION, EXCLUSION, AND MOBILIZATION

Organizers:

Selim Erdem Aytac and Charlotte Joppien

Populism and the Media: A Paradoxical Relationship

Philipp Müller, University of Mainz

The populism formula: Inducing a sense of crisis, idealizing ‘the people’, and blaming out-groups?

Susanne Veit, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

Populism in Power, Leader Accountability and Regime Dynamics

Alper Yağcı, Ozyegin University

The Populist Repertoire

Meral Uğur Çinar, Bilkent University

NEW DIRECTIONS FOR GENDER RESEARCH: A QUESTION OF INCLUSION AND/OR EXCLUSION

Organizers:

Selin Akyüz and Meltem Kulacatan

Masculinity Studies in and out of Academia

Murat Göç, Pamukkale University

Rethinking Inclusive Masculinity in the Turkish Context: Feminist and LGBT Grassroots Activism

Cenk Özbay, Sabancı University

Inclusion or Exclusion of Knowledge?
On the relation between Women’s and Gender Studies and Women’s Movements in Turkey and Germany

Charlotte Binder, University of Bremen

Vitrines of Women's Movements in Turkey: Empowerment and Websites

Asli Polatdemir, University of Bremen

DIVERSITY, TOLERANCE AND INEQUALITY: HOW THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ARE PREPARED FOR DIVERSE SOCIETIES?

Organizers:

Cetin Celik and Nina Bremm

National narrative, ethnic differences and citizenship in “New Turkey”’s textbooks

Kenan Çayir, Bilgi University

Enabling and restricting potentials of teacher strategies in the context of inclusive education in Turkey: Insights from ethnography

Müge Ayan Ceyhan, Bilgi University

How can teachers use educational research to improve outcomes for disadvantaged students?

Chris Brown, University of Portsmouth

Dealing with Heterogeneity – The Berlin Bonus Program for Supporting Schools in Challenging Circumstances

Susanne Böse, German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF) Berlin

Contact

Stephanie Dill
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Markgrafenstraße 37
10117 Berlin
GERMANY

stephanie.dill(at)avh.de

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