Türkçe konuşma ve yazımda ifade etme, tanımlama, tartışma ve anlatıma yönelik eğitim, bu dersin içeriğini oluşturmaktadır.


Türkçe konuşma ve yazımda ifade etme, tanımlama, tartışma ve anlatıma yönelik eğitim, bu dersin içeriğini oluşturmaktadır.


Modernization of the Ottoman Empire during the nineteenth and early twentieth century, the spread of nationalism among its subject peoples, and the revolutionary changes in Ottoman institutions and society that led to the Empire’s demise and the transitional period from the Empire to the national state and the foundation of the Turkish Republic following the national struggle led by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.

On dokuzuncu ve yirminci yüzyıl başlarında Osmanlı İmparatorluğu'nun modernleşme süreci, milliyetçiliğin yayılışı, Osmanlı kurumlarında ve toplumsal yapısında meydana gelen devrimsel değişiklikler, imparatorluktan ulusal devlete geçiş sürecinde yaşanan siyasî olaylar ve Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’ün liderliğinde verilen Milli Mücadele sonucu ortaya çıkan Türkiye Cumhuriyetinin kuruluş aşamaları.


COURSE DESCRIPTION: This subject will undertake a critical analysis of the structure and behavior of work and occupations in modern society. It will engage with the theoretical debates and empirical research that focus on the organizational development and work and occupations in society more generally. The class will focus on how work and occupations are structured, evolve over time and replicate and reinforce existing inequalities. The course will provide a range of sociological perspectives on the subject.


COURSE OBJECTIVES:

1.      Introducing the basic concepts and theories of the Sociology of Work

2.      Becoming familiar with the sociological imagination on the work phenomenon

3.      Reading the relation of work life and everyday life through social science perspectives

4.      Fostering critical thinking about work and its relations to contemporary problems of social life



COURSE DESCRIPTION: Within the frame of different approaches in social and cultural anthropology, introducing the students the unique and universal features of both their own culture and others’ through a variety of case studies focused on different cultures.


COURSE OBJECTIVES:

1.      Introduction to the science of anthropology. Providing an awareness of a range of global themes and issues, viewed from personal, local, national and global perspectives, as well as from those intersections among them

2.      Offering an insight into the student’s own nature, circumstances and possible future as a member of the human race, but also as an individual with unique biological and cultural inheritances

3.      Developing a sense of clarity and personal viewpoint, wherever possible, in relation to the global themes and issues studied

4.      Demonstrating a better understanding and tolerance of different cultural practices



COURSE DESCRIPTION: To introduce fundamental concepts and issues of social anthropology and to provide a relativistic view of human diversity.


COURSE OBJECTIVES

1.      Introduction to the science of anthropology.

2.      Identify the major specializations within anthropology and explain their goals.

3.      Presenting a holistic view of human life.

4.      Observing the patterns of social life.

5.      Exploring cultural diversity.

6.      Identify the major approaches/perspectives used in anthropology and discuss their influence on ethnographic research; in particular, critically assess the value of cultural relativism in anthropology and everyday life.


This course provides you with an understanding of key facets of business life by presenting the necessary concepts, theories, practical applications and discussions.  You gain an important insight on what business is all about, how a business operates in contemporary world and which business functions are needed, importance of the linkages between the internal operations of a business and its external environment.