New Perspectives on Turkey

Papers
(The TQCC of New Perspectives on Turkey is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
ArticleCitations
Studying autocratization in Turkey: political institutions, populism, and neoliberalism15
Keeping power through opposition: party system change in Turkey10
The plague that never left: restoring the Second Pandemic to Ottoman and Turkish history in the time of COVID-1910
How populists securitize elections to win them: the 2015 double elections in Turkey10
Turkey’s Queer Times9
Transforming state–civil society relations: centralization and externalization in refugee education9
Gender inequality, the welfare state, disability, and distorted commodification of care in Turkey8
Dialogue in polarized societies: women’s encounters with multiple others7
Neoliberal-neoconservative feminism(s) in Turkey: politics of female bodies/subjectivities and the Justice and Development Party’s turn to authoritarianism6
New Perspectives on Turkey roundtable on the COVID-19 pandemic : prospects for the international political economic order in the post-pandemic world5
“Democracy and National Unity Day” in Turkey: the invention of a new national holiday5
Sexuality politics on the football field: queering the field in Turkey4
The battlefields of leisure: simple forms of labor control in the Turkish hospitality sector4
The evolution of unprocessed food inflation in Turkey: an exploratory study on select products3
Impact of elderly care on “sandwiched-generation” women in Turkey3
A new perspective on women’s care burden and employment in Turkey3
Turkey’s queer times: epistemic challenges3
COVID-19 opens a window of reflection for comparative health systems and global health research3
Special dossier editor’s introduction Gender, care, and work in Turkey: from familialism to neo-paternalism3
In pursuit of intellectual discovery: an interview with Michael E. Meeker2
The long and bitter fall: an account of events that shook the Turkish economy during September–December 20212
The Commission for the Preservation of Antiquities and its role in the appropriation of İstanbul’s diverse heritage as national heritage (1939–1953)2
Wasteful or sensible? Donor imageries in İstanbul’s food banks2
Visibility through invisibility: Spatialized political subjectivities of Alevi youth2
From resolution to resecuritization: populist communication of the AKP’s Kurdish peace process in Turkey1
From “notable Syrians” to “ordinary Anatolians”: the politics of “normalization” and the experience of exile during World War I1
Negotiating the price of the new state and republican modernization: resistance to the agricultural taxes in modern Turkey1
Basic income and its applicability in Turkey1
M. Hakan Yavuz. Nostalgia for the Empire: Politics of Neo-Ottomanism. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. xviii + 318 pp.1
Putting the world-historical perspective at the center of the social sciences in the post-pandemic world1
Turkish press climate crisis coverage (2018–2019): elements of disconnect in discourses and the representation of solutions1
Turkey’s EEC membership as a canvas of struggle for identity: The NSP versus the JP1
Remembering hope: mediated queer futurity and counterpublics in Turkey’s authoritarian times1
Contested masculinities and political imaginations in “New Turkey” and Çukur as authoritarian spaces of protection1
Toward a green income support policy: investigating social and fiscal alternatives for Turkey1
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