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In the Aftermath of Gezi


In the Aftermath of Gezi

From Social Movement to Social Change?
Palgrave Studies in Communication for Social Change

von: Oscar Hemer, Hans-Åke Persson

107,09 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 18.09.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9783319518534
Sprache: englisch

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This edited volume addresses various aspects of social and political development in Turkey and the latter’s role within a global context. Paradigmatically and theoretically, it is situated in the realm of communication and/for social change. The chapters thread together to present a fresh and innovative study that explores an array of issues related to the Gezi protests and their aftermath by scholars and activists from Scandinavia, Turkey and India. Through its thorough analysis of the government’s repressive policy and the communication strategies of resistance, during the protests as well as in the dramatic on-going aftermath, the volume has wide international and interdisciplinary appeal, suitable for those with an interest in globalization, communication and media, politics, and social change.
1. In the aftermath of Gezi, Oscar Hemer and Hans-Åke Persson.- 2.  What Emerged in the Gezi Park Occupation in Istanbul?, Asu Aksoy.- 3. The Politics of Protest, Anita Sengupta.- 4. Violent Communication and The Tyranny of The Majority, Ronald Stade.- 5. Alone in the city: Gezi as a moment of transgression, Spyros Sofos.- 6. At the Intersection of Competing Modernizations: Gezi as a litmus test for the public sphere, Hikmet K?r?k.- 7. It is too dangerous to be an individual in Turkey, Jakob Lindgaard. , thomas="" tufte.-="" 11. epilogue: #occupygezi="" right="" to="" city, ayhan="" kaya.-
Oscar Hemer is Professor in Journalistic and Literary Creation at Malmö University, Sweden, and co-director of Ørecomm Centre for Communication and Glocal Change. Hans-Åke Persson is Professor in Modern European History at Roskilde University in Denmark.
This edited volume addresses various aspects of social and political development in Turkey and the latter’s role within a global context. Paradigmatically and theoretically, it is situated in the realm of communication and/for social change. The chapters thread together to present a fresh and innovative study that explores an array of issues related to the Gezi protests and their aftermath by scholars and activists from Scandinavia, Turkey and India. Through its thorough analysis of the government’s repressive policy and the communication strategies of resistance, during the protests as well as in the dramatic on-going aftermath, the volume has wide international and interdisciplinary appeal, suitable for those with an interest in globalization, communication and media, politics, and social change. 
Analyses Turkey's role within a global contextExplores matters surrounding the Gezi protests and the aftermath Contributes from an interdisciplinary perspective that together produce and interesting and diverse analysis 

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