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GeT MA Working Paper Series

GeT MA – das German Turkish Masters Program in Social Sciences – ist ein interdisziplinärer zweijähriger Masterstudiengang der Sozialwissenschaften mit Double-Degree. Der Studiengang bietet eine exzellente akademische Ausbildung im Bereich der Sozialwissenschaften an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin und der Middle East Technical University in Ankara (METU). Die Working Paper Series wird herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Silvia von Steinsdorff (Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) und Prof. Dr. Meliha Altunışık (Graduate School of Social Sciences, Middle East Technical University Ankara).

 

Die neueste Edition unserer GeT MA Working Paper Reihe wurde veröffentlicht und kann jetzt gelesen werden:

 

GeT MA Working Papers 2018

 

GeT MA WP 01/2018

Turkey's view on NATO through the scope of strategic culture theories 2009-2016 (Cesar Vinken, Niederlande)

Stichworte: Strategiekultur, Außenpolitik der Türkei, NATO, Ahmet Davutoğlu, Neo-Ottomanismus

GeT MA WP 02/2018

The Community of Academics for Peace in Germany - How Frames and Identities Shape the Development of a Transnational Social Movement (Anne Berger, Deutschland)

Stichworte: Social Movement Theorie, Türkei, Kollektive Identitäten, Transnationale soziale Bewegungen, Framing-Theorie

GeT MA WP 03/2018

GeT MA WP 04/2018

Domestic Politics and the Decision-Making Process in Turkish Foreign Policy (Anne Bunnenberg, Deutschland)

Stichworte: Türkei, Außenpolitik, Innenpolitik, Realismus, Liberalismus, Islamischer Staat, AKP

GeT MA WP 05/2018

Turkish Language as a Politicized Element: The Case of Turkish Nation-Building (Tolga Sevin, Türkei)

Stichworte: Sprachpolitik, Türkische Sprache, Türkischer Nationalismus, Sprachreform, Sun-Sprachtheorie

 

GeT MA Working Papers 2014

 

GeT MA WP 01/2014

Coercive Diplomacy Strategy of the EU. The European Union's Engagement with Iran on Its Nuclear Programme (Asli Degirmenci Sagbakken, Turkey)

Keywords: Coercive Diplomacy, Nuclear Power, Iran’s Nuclear Programme, European Union, Security

 

GeT MA WP 02/2014

The Perceptions, Attitudes and Political Strategies of "Die Linke". A Political Discourse Analysis (Can Küçükali, Turkey)

Keywords: Die Linke; critical discourse analysis; political discourse analysis; discursive strategies; German politics

 

GeT MA WP 03/2014

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Realm of neo-liberal Art of Governing (Ela Kurtcu, Turkey)

Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Turkey, neo-liberalism, governmentality

 

GeT MA WP 04/2014

Online Mobilization and Offline Participation in European Elections (Constantin Manuel Bosancianu, Romania)

Keywords: mobilization, online, offline, European Parliament elections, structural equation modeling

 

GeT MA WP 05/2014

Bound to Lose! The Tea Party and Pro-Köln Right-Wing Populist Reactions to Mosque Construction. A Comparative Analysis (Noah Telson, USA)

Keywords: Populism, Mosque, Pro-Köln, Tea-Party

 

GeT MA WP 06/2014

Irregular Migration in Germany. "Assistance to Return" as Expression of New Rationalities of Government (Ruth Steuerwald, Germany)

Keywords: Fostering return, voluntary return, irregular migration, governmentality

 

GeT MA WP 07/2014

Dynamic Partnership. A Constructivist Discourse Analysis of the Contemporary American Understanding of the U.S.-Turkish Relationship (Ursula Elinor Moffitt, USA)

Keywords: Constructivism, discourse analysis, post-structuralism, American foreign policy, U.S.-Turkish relations, presidential speeches, Obama, Erdogan

 

GeT MA WP 08/2014

Governing Health. Transformations in the Turkish Health Care System (Stefan Kohlwes, Germany)

Keywords: Turkey, Welfare State, Social Policy, Health Care, Governmentality, Health Transformation Program, Neoliberalism

 

GeT MA WP 09/2014

The Russian-Turkish Gas Trade Partnership. Structures and Policies (Mavjuda Akramova, Tajikistan)

Keywords: Russian-Turkish relations; Russian-Turkish Gas Trade Partnership, Russian-Turkish bilateral trade, Energy diplomacy, Global and Regional aspirations, Russian-Turkish pragmatism and interdependence

 

GeT MA WP 10/2014

Turkish Foreign Policy towards the Balkans. The influence of traditional determinants on Davutoğlu’s conception of Turkey-Balkan Relations (Marija Mitrovic, Serbia)

Keywords: Turkish Foreign Policy, Ahmet Davutoğlu, the Balkans, international relations, constructivism, agency-structure

 

 


  Bei Fragen zum GeT MA Programm stehen wir Ihnen sehr gerne zur Verfügung:

 

Daniela JahnDipl.- Sozialwiss. Daniela Jahn

Student and Career Services Manager

Tel.: +49 (30) 2093-66545
Fax: +49 (30) 2093-66549

daniela.jahn@sowi.hu-berlin.de