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EU-Turkey Relations in Turkish Press Cartoons

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A course project presentation by BEYZA BARDAK, AYNUR YENİPAZARLI and MUHTEŞEM TÖZÜM. This is published with their consent.

A course project presentation by BEYZA BARDAK, AYNUR YENİPAZARLI and MUHTEŞEM TÖZÜM. This is published with their consent.

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  • 1. HOW EU-TURKEY RELATIONS COVERED IN TURKISH DAILY NEWSPAPERS (WITH FOCUS ON CARTOONS) BEYZA BARDAK 10331010 AYNUR YENİPAZARLI 10231112 MUHTEŞEM TÖZÜM 10231100
  • 2. How Turkey and Turks are portrayed in Western political cartoons? (steps towards EU membership)
    • Stereotyping
    • Binary oppositions
    • Essentialism
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    • While problems regarding the Copenhagen Criteria seemed to be the main issue in EU-Turkey relations, in the beginning of the 2000’s the centre of attention has recently shifted towards the Islamic character of Turkey.
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    • Essentialism: western leaders versus oriental Turks
    • Hairy Turks
    • Inferior Turks
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  • 9. Europe/Turkey
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  • 17. Our small research
    • Turkish daily newspapers in between August to November 2006
    • Milliyet, Sabah, Hürriyet, Cumhuriyet, Radikal, Türkiye
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  • 35. Videos
    • http://www.bizimcity.tv/bizimcity_web/films1098.htm
    • http://www.bizimcity.tv/bizimcity_web/films1096.htm
    • http://www.bizimcity.tv/bizimcity_web/films1088.htm
  • 36. References
    • Erensu,Sinan and Yaşar A. Adanalı (2004). “Turkey in the Eye of the Beholder: Tracking Perceptions on Turkey through Political Cartoons”. In Kontur, No: 10
    • Shore, Chris (1997). “Metaphors of Europe: integration and the politics of language” In Antropology and Cultural Studies. Pluto, London
    • Anna Horolets. Conceptualizing Europe Through Metaphors: A way to identify formation? Polish Sociological Review, no:1, 2003
    • Erkan SakaJournalistic Metaphors In Understanding the EU-Turkey Relations, EASA Presentation- 21 September 2006
    • www.europeanvoice.com
    • www.bizimcity.tv
    • www.europa.com
    • Websites of Turkish daily newspapers
    • Burçoğlu, Necdet Kuran (1999): “ The Image of Turk in Europafrom 11th to 20th Century as Represented in Literary and Visual Sources”, Marmara Journal of European Studies, Vol 7, No:2.

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