Kurds of Modern Turkey: Migration, Neoliberalism and Exclusion in Turkish Society (Library of Modern Middle East Studies v. 95)
By: Cenk Saracoglu (author)Hardback
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The role of the Kurds in Turkey has long been a controversial issue, although discussion has generally been focused around the political and cultural rights and activities of the Kurds. This book aims to bring a new approach to this contentious subject by shifting attention to the changing popular image of the Kurds in Turkish cities. It focuses particularly on the ways in which the middle-class in Turkish cities develop an exclusionary discourse against the Kurds. Cenk Saracoglu investigates the social origins of such a perception by bringing into focus how neoliberal economic policies and Kurdish migration have transformed urban life in Turkey.
Cenk Saracoglu teaches Political Science and International Relations at the Middle East Technical University, North Cyprus Campus.
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