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Noncommunicable Diseases Among Syrian Refugees in Turkey: An Emerging Problem for a Vulnerable Group

Authors Mehmet Ali Eryurt, Mevlude Gul Menet
Year 2020
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
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1 Journal Article

In-Between Spaces: The Journey to Europe Goes Through Turkey

Authors Angeliki Dimitriadi
Book Title Irregular Afghan Migration to Europe
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2 Book Chapter

International Migration System between Turkey and Russia: The Case of Project-Tied Migrant Workers in Moscow*

Authors Ahmet İÇDUYGU
Description
With over 4.5 million persons born in Turkey living abroad – for the most part in Europe – Turkey is currently one of the most significant emigration countries in the world. If native-born children of immigrants are included, over 6 million, or more than 8 percent of the country’s population lives abroad. These large numbers are a product of various migratory flows from Turkey which began in the early 1960s with the arrival of Turkish migrants in various Western European countries, and continued with the arrival of Turks in Australia, and the oil-rich countries of North Africa and the Middle East (MENA), and then in the former communist countries such as the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The emigration history of the last fifty years in Turkey indicates that the migratory flows of Turkish citizens have become a part of various migratory systems. The main aim of this essay is two-fold. First, it attempts to document the dynamics and mechanism of project-tied migration from Turkey to the Russian Federation, particularly focusing on the case of project-tied migrant workers from Turkey to Moscow. Second, it looks at the migratory system between Turkey and the former communist countries of Eastern Europe, Central and Northern Asian countries, with special reference to macro, micro, and meso factors affecting the migration system concerned.
Year 2009
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The application of the EU-Turkey agreement : a critical analysis of the decisions of the Greek appeals committees

Authors Mariana GKLIATI
Year 2017
Journal Name European journal of legal studies, 2016, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 211-249
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4 Journal Article

A VISION ON ARMENIAN-TURKISH CONFLICT DURING THE BEGINNING OF XX CENTURY

Authors Aliyev Zaur Bilal Oglu
Year 2020
Journal Name REVISTA UNIVERSIDAD Y SOCIEDAD
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7 Journal Article

Discovering Immigration into Turkey: The Emergence of a Dynamic Field

Authors Juliette Tolay
Year 2015
Journal Name International Migration
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8 Journal Article

The comparative analysis of life satisfaction among Syrian, Iranian, and Afghan refugees in Turkey: The case of Denizli

Authors Sayed Alawadin Maqul, Sevcan GüneŞ, TuĞba Akin
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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9 Journal Article

Migration from Central and Eastern Europe to Turkey

Authors Tuğba Acar, Deniz Karcı Korfalı
Book Title Between Mobility and Migration
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10 Book Chapter

Endless Escape: From Syria to Turkey, Then to Europe

Authors Zumray Kutlu-Tonak
Year 2016
Journal Name Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism
Citations (WoS) 4
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11 Journal Article

The Changing Waves of Migration from the Balkans to Turkey: A Historical Account

Authors Deniz Sert, Ahmet İçduygu
Book Title Migration in the Southern Balkans
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12 Book Chapter

The Kurdish question in Turkey: Shortcomings of socio-economic methods

Authors Hakan Kolcak
Year 2020
Journal Name AGATHOS-AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
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13 Journal Article

Remittance Flows Between Germany and Turkey: A Reverse Trend?

Authors Seçil Paçacı Elitok
Year 2013
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14 Policy Brief

From Economic to Political Engagement: Analysing the Changing Role of the Turkish Diaspora

Authors Melissa Siegel, Özge Bilgili
Book Title Emigration Nations
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16 Book Chapter

Legal Aspects of Irregular Migration in Turkey

Authors Ibrahim KAYA
Description
Turkey receives ever-increasing numbers of irregular migrants from its economically and politically unstable East and South trying to cross its territory towards Europe. Turkey has also experienced dramatic economic and social change. Therefore, with regard to international migration Turkey, once regarded as a sending country, has become a transit as well as a destination country. There are various categories of irregular migrants which may overlap. A smuggled, even a trafficked, migrant may seek asylum in Turkey. An asylum seeker may become an irregular employee. An irregular employee may apply for asylum. Similarly, someone who was heading for Europe through Turkey may get stuck in Turkey and be forced to start employment without a valid work permit. A rise in ‘irregular’ migration is an issue of concern in Turkey. Irregular migration has been perceived as having social, economic and security consequences. Restrictive legislation and reinforced control mechanisms have been introduced by Turkey over the years. International law and EU instruments are part of this legislation. 2003 was a milestone in coping with irregular migration since most of the legislation was adopted in that year and immediately afterwards. It should also be noted that despite Turkey’s restrictionist stance an intensification of global and regional disparities has brought about more irregular migration and, given the magnitude of the problem, the solutions are beyond the control of a single country, requiring international cooperation and coordination.
Year 2008
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Rethinking irregular migration in Turkey: Some Demo-Economic Reflections

Authors Ahmet İÇDUYGU
Description
At the crossroads of Asia, Africa and Europe, Turkey faces irregular migration flows, both as a country of destination and of transit: the irregular migration flows to the country consist mainly of transit migrants, clandestine immigrant workers, asylum seekers and refugees. In the last decade, the major migration flows into Turkey have come from Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh, while significant numbers have also arrived from Moldova, Romania, Ukraine, the Russian Federation and Georgia. Migrants from the former countries are mainly transients heading for Europe or other more developed parts of the world. They stay in Turkey only on a temporary basis. Migrants from the latter group of countries are foreign nationals who intend to work illegally in Turkey, for a limited period of time. Turkey’s position over the 1951 Geneva Convention, excluding non-European asylum seekers, further complicates the situation as non-Europeans account for the majority of asylum seekers in Turkey. Another feature of migration to Turkey is the national diversity of the immigrants: authorities in Turkey have identified 163 nationalities that have arrived in the country in the last decade. Clearly, Turkey has become a country with multiple roles in irregular migratory movements. Utilising a relatively revealing data set on the apprehending of irregular migrants provided by the security forces together with the findings of several surveys conducted in the country, this paper, first, documents the irregular migration experience in Turkey over the last 30 years. It also relates the phenomenon of irregular migration in Turkey to the wider context of European international migratory regimes. Then the paper outlines the developments associated with irregular migration in the country. The role of Turkey’s EU affairs within these changes is complex and contradictory, and not yet fully explored. After describing irregular migration, the paper explores, finally, the way in which the political construction of irregular migration is associated with the securitisation and economisation of international migratory regimes in Europe and around its peripheries.
Year 2008
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The Irregular Migration Corridor between the EU and Turkey: Is it Possible to Block it with a Readmission Agreement?

Authors Ahmet İÇDUYGU
Description
Over the last decade while a shift from migrantion control to migration management has become an integral part of the EU-based political discources and policy practices relating to irregular migration, the issues of transit migration and readmission agreements seem to be high on the agenda. Within this context, the debate over irregular transit migration from Turkey to the EU is a perfect case study for analyzing how the phenomenon of irregular migration is affecting the European migration and border regimes. It is also an interesting case for analyzing the interplay between the migration-related issues and the EU-Turkey membership negotiations in which the whole notion of “migration management” turns into a type of conditionality measure for the progress and completion of the membership talks. This essay aims at elaborating the recent status of irregular migratory flows from Turkey to Europe referring to their changing volumes, trends and patterns. It also aims at relating the irregular migration through Turkey to the recently negotiated Readmission Agreement between the EU and Turkey which targets the return of apprehended irregular transit migrants in the EU member states to Turkey. In doing so, this essay intends to elaborate the ways in which the irregular transit migration in Turkey has impact on the European migration and border regimes.
Year 2011
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19 Report

A Confluence of Margins

Authors Matthew Detar
Year 2019
Journal Name DEPARTURES IN CRITICAL QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
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20 Journal Article

The leverage of the gatekeeper : power and interdependence in the migration nexus between the European Union and Turkey

Authors Aslı Selin OKYAY, Jonathan ZARAGOZA CRISTIANI
Year 2016
Journal Name International spectator
Citations (WoS) 3
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22 Journal Article

Moving ‘East’ or ‘West’?

Authors Jeffrey C. Dixon, Yetkin Borlu, Duygu Kasdoğan
Year 2013
Journal Name European Societies
Citations (WoS) 2
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23 Journal Article

The European Union’s refugee crisis and rising functionalism in EU-Turkey relations

Authors Beken Saatçioğlu
Year 2019
Journal Name Turkish Studies
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24 Journal Article

Best Practice Options: Turkey

Authors Philip Martin, Elizabeth Midgley, Michael Teitelbaum
Year 2002
Journal Name International Migration
Citations (WoS) 6
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25 Journal Article

Immigration Scenarios: Turkey–EU

Authors Refik Erzan, Umut Kuzubaş, Nilüfer Yildiz
Year 2006
Journal Name Turkish Studies
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26 Journal Article

Has migration been beneficial for migrants and their children? : comparing social mobility of Turks in Western Europe, Turks in Turkey, and Western European natives

Authors Carolina Viviana ZUCCOTTI, Harry B. G. GANZEBOOM, Ayse GUVELI
Year 2017
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 5
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27 Journal Article

Refugee Movements and Turkey

Authors K. Kirisci
Year 1991
Journal Name International Migration
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28 Journal Article

The Iraqi Refugee Crisis and Turkey: a Legal Outlook

Authors Ibrahim KAYA
Description
Abstract: Turkey witnessed a massive influx of Iraqis in both 1988 and 1991, when respectively around 50,000 and 460,000 Iraqis sought refuge there. In 2003, Turkey took measures to guard against another mass influx: and though around two million Iraqis fled out of the country, only 10,000 arrived in Turkey. However, a larger number may flee to Turkey, particularly if security deteriorates in the northern parts of Iraq. Turkey is the only one of Iraq’s direct neighbours to be party to the UN Refugees Convention. Yet, Turkey nevertheless introduced a geographical limitation: Iraqis, like other non-Europeans, are not granted refugee status. However, the customary law principle of non-refoulement is applied to anyone, including Iraqis, considered either as “asylum seeker” or recognized as de facto refugee. With regard to the protection provided and the rights recognized, there is not much difference between their situation and a 1951 UN Convention refugee, except that they are not meant to stay and integrate into Turkey but to be resettled in a third country. Both procedural and substantive international refugee law standards are applied in Turkey. The UNHCR also plays a part and decides the cases of persons who have applied for “refugee status” in Turkey, helping the resettlement of Iraqis in third countries. Turkey has adopted a system for dealing with individual asylum claims and the system seems to have satisfied international legal standards. However, the system is not designed to answer collective asylum claims and might collapse in the event of a massive influx. Résumé La Turquie a déjà connu deux arrivées massives d’Irakiens en quête d’asile, en 1988 (50.000) et 1991 (460.000). En 2003, elle a pris des mesures pour prévenir une nouvelle arrivée de cette ampleur, il est en effet assez remarquable que seuls 10.000 des 2 millions d’Irakiens qui ont fuit leur pays sont arrivés en Turquie. Néanmoins, de nouvelles arrivées sont considérées comme possibles, en particulier, si les conditions de sécurité dans le Nord de l’Irak venaient à se détériorer. La Turquie est le seul pays directement voisin de l’Iraq a avoir ratifié la Convention de 1951 relative au statut des réfugiés. Elle a cependant formulé une réserve géographique de telle sorte que les Irakiens, comme tout autre « non européen » ne se voient pas reconnaître le statut de réfugié en vertu de la Convention. Néanmoins, le principe de non refoulement, dont le caractère coutumier est reconnu en droit international s’applique à chacun, en ce compris aux réfugiés en provenance d’Irak, qu’ils soient considérés comme demandeurs d’asile ou réfugiés de facto. Au regard de la qualité de leur protection et de leurs droits, peu de différences notables doivent être signalées par comparaison au statut reconnu aux « réfugiés » en vertu de la Convention de 1951. Avec une réserve notable, ils n’ont pas vocation à rester et à s’intégrer mais à être réinstallés. Les standards procéduraux et substantiels du droit international des réfugiés sont applicables en Turquie. Le UNHCR y joue un rôle majeur, il prend la décision de reconnaissance de la qualité de « réfugié » et intervient dans les procédures de réinstallations dans des pays tiers. La Turquie a mis en place un système pour traiter des demandes individuelles d’asile et ce système semble généralement rencontrer les standards internationaux. Il n’est néanmoins pas adapté dans les hypothèses d’afflux massifs.
Year 2009
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29 Report

Syrian refugees in Turkey

Authors Senay ÖZDEN
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This report provides an overview of Syrian migration to Turkey since the start of the revolt in Syria in March 2011. The number of displaced Syrians crossing the border into Turkey has dramatically risen with the escalating use of violence employed by the Syrian regime ito suppress the revolt. According to the United Nations Refugee Agency, 182,621 Syrian refugees were living in Turkey mid-February 2013 (http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/regional.php). With the influx of huge numbers of Syrians into Turkey, anti-immigrant, anti-Arab discourses have surfaced among the Turkish public. Furthermore, due to the Turkish governments’ openly hostile position to the Syrian regime, Syrian migration became closely linked with Turkish domestic politics and foreign policy. Those individuals and political bodies critical of the Turkish government assumed an anti-immigrant position accusing displaced Syrians of being armed, sectarian rebels. Therefore, analyzing the Syrian migrant community in Turkey means contextualizing it within the political framework of the host-society.
Year 2013
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30 Report

Reform in Turkish Asylum Law: adopting the EU acquis?

Authors Ibrahim KAYA
Description
(En)Turkey has been a country of asylum since Ottoman times. Due to recent economic and political turmoil in its near abroad and beyond, the country now receives thousands of asylum applications each year. And, as witnessed in the last years, there is the potential for a massive influx of refugees to Turkey. Turkey has long lacked a functioning asylum system and corresponding legislation. Although the 1951 Refugee Convention and its Protocol were ratified, with a limitation related to their geographical application, the country adopted a Regulation only in 1994 after facing a massive refugee influx from Iraq. Further there is still no asylum law in force. As an EU member candidate, Turkey is expected to adapt its asylum system to those of the EU, undertaking, at the same time, to take up the acquis in this field. This paper examines what has been done by Turkey and what else is needed.
Year 2009
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31 Report

Migration in Turkey

Authors John M. Munro
Year 1974
Journal Name Economic Development and Cultural Change
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32 Journal Article

Temporarily protected Syrians' access to the healthcare system in Turkey: Changing policies and remaining challenges

Authors Basak Bilecen, Dilara Yurtseven
Year 2018
Journal Name Migration Letters
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33 Journal Article

The future of EU-Turkey relations: Mapping dynamics and testing scenarios

Principal investigator Angeliki Dimitriadi (PI)
Description
The EU and Turkey face mounting challenges both in relation to one another and internationally. The EU has recently been confronted with a series of crises, e.g. in the economic and migration dimensions. These developments as well as the Brexit-question are likely to make differentiation a growing phenomenon. On the other hand, Turkey faces polarisation between different political forces, the state and civil society. The neighbourhood is unravelling to the east and south and a power shift is under way at global level. This questions the regional roles of Turkey and the EU. Against this backdrop, FEUTURE’s research aims to: map the dynamics of EU-Turkey relations as to underlying narratives and thematic drivers; substantiate most likely future scenario(s) and assess its implications; draw policy recommendations. FEUTURE provides excellence and pursues an ambitious, inspiring and innovative programme in a three-phased structure of elaboration, exploration and extrapolation. It applies an inter-temporal, interdisciplinary and international approach by analysing drivers within six thematic dimensions (politics, security, economics, energy, migration, identity) and across four levels of analysis (EU, Turkey, neighbourhood, global). http://www.feuture.eu/
Year 2016
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34 Project

Russian-Speaking Diaspora in Turkey: The Geopolitics of Migration in the Black Sea Region

Authors Tunc Aybak
Book Title Post-Soviet Migration and Diasporas
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35 Book Chapter

Schools and Refugee Children: The Case of Syrians in Turkey

Authors Cetin Celik, Ahmet Icduygu
Year 2019
Journal Name International Migration
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36 Journal Article

Turkey: Economic Reform and Accession to the European Union

Authors Bernard M. HOEKMAN, Subidey TOGAN
Year 2005
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37 Book

Turkey's refugees, Syrians and refugees from Turkey: a country of insecurity

Authors Ibrahim Sirkeci
Year 2017
Journal Name Migration Letters
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38 Journal Article

EU-Turkey Cooperation on Migration

Authors Ayşen E. Üstübici
Year 2018
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39 Policy Brief

The Founding and Activities of American Friends of Turkey

Authors Hikmet Oksuz, Ismail Kose
Year 2016
Journal Name GAZI AKADEMIK BAKIS-GAZI ACADEMIC VIEW
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40 Journal Article

Economic Activities of Migrants in Transnational Social Spaces

Authors Thomas Faist
Book Title Minorities in European Cities
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41 Book Chapter

Impact of the EU-Turkey Statement on Smugglers' Operations in the Aegean and Migrants' Decisions to Engage with Smugglers

Authors Ayselin Yildiz
Year 2020
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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42 Journal Article

A Tale of Two Cities: Aleppo and Istanbul

Authors Ayhan Kaya
Year 2017
Journal Name European Review
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43 Journal Article

Critical voices against the Bologna Process in Turkey: Neo-liberal governance in higher education

Authors Ayhan Kaya
Year 2015
Journal Name New Perspectives on Turkey
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44 Journal Article

Cancer Incidence Among Syrian Refugees in Turkey, 2012–2015

Authors Bayram Göktaş, Yasemin Akbulut, Serkan Yılmaz, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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45 Journal Article

The Securitization of the Syrian Refugee Crisis Through Political Party Discourses

Authors Recep Gulmez
Year 2019
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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46 Journal Article

Turkish Migration Conference and Migration Challenge

Authors Philip Martin, Ibrahim Sirkeci
Year 2016
Journal Name Migration Letters
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47 Journal Article

Re-Thinking Migrants’ Networks and Social Capital: A Case Study of Iranians in Turkey

Authors Sebnem Koser Akcapar, Sebnem Koser Akcapar
Year 2010
Journal Name International Migration
Citations (WoS) 19
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48 Journal Article

Regional fertility differences in Turkey: persistent high fertility in the southeast

Authors M. Murat Yüceşahin, E. Murat Özgür
Year 2008
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 10
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49 Journal Article

Protecting Syrians in Turkey: A Legal Analysis

Authors Meltem Ineli-Ciger
Year 2017
Journal Name International Journal of Refugee Law
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50 Journal Article

The Future of EU-Turkey Relations. Mapping Dynamics and Testing Scenarios

Description
The EU and Turkey face mounting challenges both in relation to one another and internationally. The EU is confronted with an economic crisis which is likely to make differentiation a growing phenomenon. Turkey faces polarisation between different political forces, the state and civil society. The neighbourhood is unravelling to the east and south and a power shift is under way at global level. This questions the regional roles of Turkey and the EU. Accordingly, FEUTURE – a consortium of 13 experienced universities and think tanks from the EU, Turkey and the neighbourhood – aims to: (1) map the dynamics of EU-Turkey relations as to underlying narratives and thematic drivers; (2) substantiate most likely future scenario(s) and assess its implications; (3) draw policy recommendations. FEUTURE provides excellence and pursues an ambitious, inspiring and innovative programme in a three-phased structure of elaboration, exploration and extrapolation. It applies an inter-temporal, interdisciplinary and international approach by analysing drivers within six thematic dimensions (politics, security, economics, energy, migration, identity) and across four levels of analysis (EU, Turkey, neighbourhood, global). Phases 1 and 2 culminate in an extrapolation phase in which FEUTURE integrates new knowledge and tests the implications of 3 ideal-type future scenarios for EU-Turkey relations: conflict, cooperation and convergence. We engage in a trans-disciplinary exchange within an elite survey and with the knowledge-user community from the four levels of analysis exploiting the full range of virtual and social media as well as traditional means. FEUTURE’s work plan guarantees coherence of its research approach by streamlining work in one conceptual, one synthesis, two organisational and six thematic work packages. Joint WP meetings and three FEUTURE conferences assure intensive horizontal exchange. FEUTURE will achieve academic, practical and structural impact beyond the project.
Year 2016
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51 Project

Mobiles Altern: Transnationale Pendelpraxen und Care-Netzwerke von Menschen im Ruhestand zwischen der Türkei und Deutschland

Principal investigator Kira Kosnick (Principal Investigator)
Description
Das Projekt untersucht den Zusammenhang zwischen den grenzüberschreitenden Pendelpraxen von Rentnern und Rentnerinnen und deren sozialen Netzwerken im Kontext von Pflege- und Unterstützungsleistungen zwischen der Türkei und Deutschland. Eine wachsende Zahl von SeniorInnen aus Deutschland, mit und ohne türkischen Migrationshintergrund, nutzt touristische Orte in der Türkei als temporäre Ruhesitze. In zwei Teilstudien werden ausgehend vom türkischen Küstenort Alanya die Pendelpraxen und Carenetzwerke von sowohl herkunftsdeutschen als auch deutsch-türkischen SeniorInnen multimethodisch beforscht. Ziel ist, für beide Gruppen vergleichend zu verstehen, für welche Menschen im Ruhestand eine grenzüberschreitende Lebensführung realisierbar ist, Gründe und Motivationen zu klären und herauszuarbeiten, wie Formen von Pflege und Unterstützung in transnationalen Netzwerken zirkulieren.
Year 2016
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52 Project

Country report : Turkey

Authors Zeynep KADIRBEYOGLU
Year 2010
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53 Report

The border event in the everyday: hope and constraints in the lives of young unaccompanied asylum seekers in Turkey

Authors Sabine Strasser, Eda Elif Tibet
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 3
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54 Journal Article

Salience, path dependency and the coalition between the European Commission and the Danish Council Presidency: Why the EU opened a visa liberalisation process with Turkey

Authors Alexander Burgin
Year 2013
Journal Name European integration online papers, 2015, Vol. 19, Special issue 1, Article 6, pp. 1-33
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55 Journal Article

FEUTURE: The Future of EU-Turkey Relations. Mapping Dynamics and Testing Scenarios

Description
The EU and Turkey face mounting challenges both in relation to one another and internationally. The EU is confronted with an economic crisis which is likely to make differentiation a growing phenomenon. Turkey faces polarisation between different political forces, the state and civil society. The neighbourhood is unravelling to the east and south and a power shift is under way at global level. This questions the regional roles of Turkey and the EU. Accordingly, FEUTURE – a consortium of 13 experienced universities and think tanks from the EU, Turkey and the neighbourhood – aims to: (1) map the dynamics of EU-Turkey relations as to underlying narratives and thematic drivers; (2) substantiate most likely future scenario(s) and assess its implications; (3) draw policy recommendations. FEUTURE provides excellence and pursues an ambitious, inspiring and innovative programme in a three-phased structure of elaboration, exploration and extrapolation. It applies an inter-temporal, interdisciplinary and international approach by analysing drivers within six thematic dimensions (politics, security, economics, energy, migration, identity) and across four levels of analysis (EU, Turkey, neighbourhood, global). Phases 1 and 2 culminate in an extrapolation phase in which FEUTURE integrates new knowledge and tests the implications of 3 ideal-type future scenarios for EU-Turkey relations: conflict, cooperation and convergence. We engage in a trans-disciplinary exchange within an elite survey and with the knowledge-user community from the four levels of analysis exploiting the full range of virtual and social media as well as traditional means. FEUTURE’s work plan guarantees coherence of its research approach by streamlining work in one conceptual, one synthesis, two organisational and six thematic work packages. Joint WP meetings and three FEUTURE conferences assure intensive horizontal exchange. FEUTURE will achieve academic, practical and structural impact beyond the project.
Year 2016
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Post-imperial democracies and new projects of nationhood in Eurasia: transforming the nation through migration in Russia and Turkey

Authors Sener Akturk
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 2
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57 Journal Article

How to reach the top? Fields, forms of capital, and strategies in accessing leadership positions in France among descendants of migrants from Turkey

Authors Elif Keskiner, Maurice Crul
Year 2017
Journal Name Ethnic and Racial Studies
Citations (WoS) 1
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59 Journal Article

Patterns of Ethnic Intolerance in Europe

Authors Zan Strabac, Ola Listhaug, Tor Georg Jakobsen
Year 2011
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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60 Journal Article

Conversion as a Migration Strategy in a Transit Country: Iranian Shiites Becoming Christians in Turkey

Authors Sebnem Koser Akcapar
Year 2006
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 19
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61 Journal Article

Curbing sex trafficking in Turkey: The policy–practice divide

Authors Emel Coşkun
Year 2015
Journal Name Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
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62 Journal Article

Management of irregular migration: Syrians in Turkey as paradigm shifters for forced migration studies

Authors N Canefe
Year 2016
Journal Name New Perspectives on Turkey
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64 Journal Article

Enhancing Visibility of the Academic Dialogue on EU-Turkey Cooperation

Principal investigator Angeliki Dimitriadi (PI)
Description
The historical complexity and volatility of EU-Turkey relations are reflected by research and teaching in this field. There are international research projects as well as many smaller and nationally funded studies and projects dealing with Turkey, including its relationship with the EU. Linking these different projects, diffusing knowledge on the European Integration process and exploiting synergies between international players constitutes real added-value for European Integration studies. To this end, VIADUCT builds a large network with partner institutions in every EU member state, Turkey and the neighbourhood extending its outreach in research and teaching beyond the EU. http://www.viaduct.uni-koeln.de/
Year 2017
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65 Project

Antecedents of organizational citizenship behavior among Turkish white-collar employees in The Netherlands and Turkey

Authors Nevra Cem Ersoy, Eva Derous, Marise Ph. Born, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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66 Journal Article

The Influence of Media on Students' Views Regarding Refugeehood in Turkey: A Phenomenological Study of Seventh-Grade Students

Authors Yusuf Keskin, Sevgi Coskun Keskin, Deniz Yuceer
Year 2020
Journal Name SAGE OPEN
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67 Journal Article

The ‘Great Migration’ of summer 2015: analysing the assemblage of key drivers in Turkey

Authors Franck Düvell
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 1
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68 Journal Article

Who Wants to Travel to Europe? The Schengen Wall for Turkish Nationals

Authors Meltem Müftüler Bac
Year 2014
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69 Policy Brief

Determinants of trust in Turkey

Authors Aysegul Kayaoglu
Year 2017
Journal Name European Societies
Citations (WoS) 2
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70 Journal Article

Philanthropists, Professionals and Feminists: Refugee NGOs and the Empowerment of Syrian Women in Gaziantep, Turkey

Authors Asuman Ozgur Keysan, Burcu Senturk
Year 2020
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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71 Journal Article

EU-ization matters: Changes in Immigration and Asylum Practices in Turkey

Authors Ahmet İçduygu
Book Title The Europeanization of National Policies and Politics of Immigration
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72 Book Chapter

A Qualitative Study Exploring the Psychosocial Needs of Male Undocumented Afghan Migrants in Istanbul, Turkey

Authors Qais Alemi, Susanne Montgomery, Carl Stempel
Year 2018
Journal Name Societies
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73 Journal Article

Can identification as Muslim increase support for reconciliation? The case of the Kurdish conflict in Turkey

Authors Gülseli Baysu, Yasin Duman, Canan Coşkan
Year 2018
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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74 Journal Article

Ethnicity, class and politicisation: Immigrant Roma tobacco workers in Turkey

Authors Egemen Yilgur
Year 2015
Journal Name ROMANI STUDIES
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75 Journal Article

Young People of Migrant Origin in Sweden

Authors Charles Westin
Year 2003
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 38
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76 Journal Article

Bio-smuggling in Turkey

Authors Ustuner Birben, Gokce Gencay
Year 2019
Journal Name Crime, Law & Social Change
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77 Journal Article

Exploratory spatial analysis of crimes against property in Turkey

Authors Saffet Erdogan, Mustafa Yalcin, Mehmet Ali Dereli
Year 2013
Journal Name Crime, Law & Social Change
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78 Journal Article

Significance of Education towards Social Cohesion: The Case of Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Authors Tuba Duman
Year 2019
Journal Name SELCUK UNIVERSITESI EDEBIYAT FAKULTESI DERGISI-SELCUK UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF FACULTY OF LETTERS
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79 Journal Article

Return Migration of Qualified Turkish Migrants from Germany and the US

Authors Meltem Yilmaz Sener
Year 2018
Journal Name INSAN & TOPLUM-THE JOURNAL OF HUMANITY & SOCIETY
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80 Journal Article

Analysis of the EU-Turkey Readmission Agreement: a Unique Case

Authors Cigdem Akin Yavuz
Year 2019
Journal Name EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MIGRATION AND LAW
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81 Journal Article

Educational Assessment of Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Authors Tuba Bircan, Ulas Sunata
Year 2015
Journal Name Migration Letters
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82 Journal Article

Labor and marriage market incorporation of individuals with an origin from Turkey in Sweden: A comparative perspective

Authors Aycan Celikaksoy
Year 2014
Journal Name New Perspectives on Turkey
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83 Journal Article

Migration ‘Securitization’ and its Everyday Implications: an examination of Turkish asylum policy and practice

Authors Kristen BIEHL
Description
Generally known as a migrant-sending country, in the last two decades Turkey has evolved into a migrant-receiving and transit country. Since the 1980s, in particular, Turkey has found itself on various migratory routes, receiving a steady influx of migrants and refugees from the Middle East, Asia, Eastern Europe and parts of Africa. As with much of the rest of the developed world, the immediate response of the Turkish authorities to these mixed flows has been characterized by a ‘securitizing’ and ‘criminalizing’ discourse. The main goals of this paper are twofold. First, I examine the historical development of Turkish asylum policy in order to illustrate the manner in which discourses on security play out in policy making. Second, based on accounts collected from refugees living in Istanbul and ‘satellite cities’ across Turkey, I explore the impact of these discourses and resulting policies on the everyday lives of refugees in Turkey, with particular attention to the ways in which the line drawn by the authorities between ‘illegal’ migrants and ‘genuine’ refugees are increasingly blurred.
Year 2009
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84 Report

Issues of Democratization and Intercultural Dialogue in Turkey of 21st Century

Authors Emzar Makaradze
Year 2020
Journal Name BALKANISTIC FORUM
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85 Journal Article

Forced Migrants or Voluntary Exiles: Ethnic Turks of Bulgaria in Turkey

Authors Cem Dişbudak, Semra Purkis
Year 2016
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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86 Journal Article

Three Years on: An Evaluation of the EU-Turkey Refugee Deal

Authors Seçil Paçacı Elitok
Year 2019
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87 Policy Brief

Transformative Characteristics and Developmental Impacts of Temporary Migration to and through Turkey

Authors İlke Şanlıer Yüksel, Ahmet İçduygu, Evin Millet
Year 2019
Book Title Temporary Migration, Transformation and Development Evidence from Europe and Asia
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88 Book Chapter

A critical note on ‘exclusive recognition’

Authors Jülide Karakoç
Year 2011
Journal Name Ethnic and Racial Studies
Citations (WoS) 4
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89 Journal Article

Comparison of Death Anxiety, Self-Esteem, and Personality Traits of the People Who Live in Turkey and Denmark

Authors Seher Ozdemir, Suleyman Kahraman, Hakan Ertufan
Year 2019
Journal Name OMEGA-JOURNAL OF DEATH AND DYING
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90 Journal Article

Kurdism in Turkey between the Years 1961-1971

Authors Mutlu Akkurt
Year 2019
Journal Name SELCUK UNIVERSITESI EDEBIYAT FAKULTESI DERGISI-SELCUK UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF FACULTY OF LETTERS
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91 Journal Article

Refugees and Elections: The Effects of Syrians on Voting Behavior in Turkey

Authors Ali Fisunoğlu, Deniz Ş. Sert
Year 2019
Journal Name International Migration
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92 Journal Article

Migration Law in Turkey

Authors Lami BERTAN TOKUZLU
Year 2007
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93 Report

Secondary Cities of Europe: The Case of Regional Industrial Development in Turkey

Description
This project will investigate the interaction between Turkey's accession to the European Union (EU) and industrial transformation of the EU with a focus on Turkey’s three developing cities: Denizli, Kayseri, and Gaziantep. The Customs Union Agreement of 1995 between EU and Turkey generated a massive growth in Turkey’s industrial exports. Although Denizli, Kayseri, and Gaziantep are not located within the older industrial regions of the country, they managed to surpass national growth rates within this period. Their performance signifies a regional redistribution of industries and justifies the following research question: How has the accession process since 1995 been shaping the regional distribution of manufacturing industries in Turkey? The project will focus on national, local, and enterprise-level dynamics respectively: 1) Changes in National Policymaking: This phase will be composed of interviews with government agencies and non-governmental organizations and the analysis of the legal documents and secondary data in Ankara; capital of Turkey. The aim is to illustrate the changes in industrial policymaking since 1995. 2) Local Industrial and Urban Developments: The field research in Denizli, Gaziantep, and Kayseri will focus on migration, capital movements, urban transformation, and agglomeration effects since 1995. The aim is to analyze the local interactions between accession-related policies and industrial dynamics. 3) Enterprise-Level Dynamics: Company monographs will focus on the growth strategy of selected enterprises, changes in their shop floor relations, and profile of their customers and subsidiaries. The aim is to investigate the impact of accession-related policymaking on the performance of industrial enterprises in these cities. The project findings will illustrate the actual consequences of the current industrial policymaking in Turkey at the local level and make policy suggestions for an effective EU-wide industrial and innovation strategy.
Year 2012
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94 Project

Intermarriage between Turks and Kurds in Contemporary Turkey: Inter-ethnic Relations in an Urbanizing Environment

Authors A. Gunduz-Hosgor
Year 2002
Journal Name European Sociological Review
Citations (WoS) 33
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95 Journal Article

Socio‐economic Development and International Migration: A Turkish Study

Authors Ahmet Icduygu, Ibrahim Sirkeci, Gülnur Muradoglu
Year 2001
Journal Name International Migration
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96 Journal Article

Syrian refugees in Turkey: pathways to precarity, differential inclusion, and negotiated citizenship rights

Authors Feyzi Baban, Kim Rygiel, Suzan Ilcan
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 27
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97 Journal Article

Hidden gender dimensions of the brain drain: the case of Turkey

Authors Adem Yavuz Elveren, Gulay Toksoz
Year 2019
Journal Name New Perspectives on Turkey
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98 Journal Article

The Southeastern Mediterranean: The Greece-Turkey Irregular Migration System

Authors Thanos Maroukis, Anna Triandafyllidou
Book Title Migrant Smuggling
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99 Book Chapter

A Bourdieuian Analysis of Job Search Experiences of Immigrants in Canada

Authors Guliz Akkaymak
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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100 Journal Article
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