Turkey country studies

Turkey country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
History
Ancient Anatolia
Rome and the Byzantine Empire
Turkish Origins
The Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Institutions
Selim I and S圄n the Magnificent
Koprulu Era
External Threats and Internal Transformations
The Young Turks
World War I
Atat慴d the Turkish Nation
Chronology of Major Kemalist Reforms
Turkey After Ataturk
Crisis in Turkish Democracy
Military Intervention and the Return to Civilian Rule
Geography
External Boundaries
Geology
Landform Regions
Climate
The Society
Population
Language Reform: From Ottoman to Turkish
Linguistic and Ethnic Groups
Turks
Kurds
Arabs
Peoples from the Caucasus
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Greeks
Armenians
Jews
Religion
Islam
Secularist Policies
Retreat from Secularism
Non-Muslim Minorities
Structure of Society
The Changing National Elite
Urban Life
Towns
Village Life
The Individual, the Family, and Gender Relations
Marriage
The Extended Family
Gender Relations
The Status of Women
Education
Health and Welfare
The Economy
Growth and Structure of the Economy
Human Resources and Trade Unions
Role of Government in the Economy
Agriculture
Agricultural Policy
Irrigation
Land Use
Land Tenure
Cropping Patterns and Production
Livestock
Forestry and Fisheries
Industry
Energy
Mineral Resources
Manufacturing
Banking and Finance
Tourism
Government
The Constitution
National Assembly
President, Council of Ministers, and Prime Minister
Judiciary
Provincial and Local Government
Civil Service
Politics
Political Developments Since the 1980 Coup
Political Parties
True Path Party
Social Democratic Populist Party
Motherland Party
Welfare Party
Democratic Left Party
Political Interest Groups
Mass Media
Foreign Relations
The Middle East
European Union
The United States
Appendix. Tables
Appendix B - Political Parties and Labor Organizations
Bibliography
Glossary

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