Ataturk And The Modernization Of Turkey

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Routledge, 8 de abr de 2019 - 284 páginas
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who founded the Republic of Turkey sixty years ago, dedicated himself to westernizing the Turkish state and its society and culture. In this first attempt to evaluate Ataturk's overall contribution to the modernization of Turkey, an international group of scholars examine a broad range of subjects, including the Kemalist
 

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Preface
The Origins of Kemalist Ideology Paul Dumont
Atatürks Quest for Modernism Osman Okyar
The Political Culture of Kemalist Turkey Frank Tachau
The Impact of Atatürk on Turkeys Political Culture since World War II
Atatürk and the Civil Bureaucracy Metin Heper
The Kemalist Period and After
Kemalist Views on Social Change Sabri M Akural
The Modernization of Education in Kemalist Turkey Michael Winter
Atatürks Language Reform as an Aspect of Modernization in the Republic
Atatürk and the Arts with Special Reference to Music and Theater Metin
Westernism in Contemporary Turkey David Kushner
List of Contributors
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Jacob M. Landau is professor of political science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and coordinator of Middle East research at the university's Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace.

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