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100 1  Akça, İsmet 
245 10 Turkey Reframed :|bConstituting Neoliberal Hegemony 
264  1 London :|bPluto Press,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2014 
300    1 online resource (304 pages) 
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505 0  Cover -- Contents -- Introduction - Ismet Akça, Ahmet 
       Bekmen and Barıs Alp Özden -- Part I: Politics of Hegemony
       -- 1. Hegemonic Projects in Post-1980 Turkey and the 
       Changing Forms of Authoritarianism - Ismet Akca -- 2. 
       State and Capital in Turkey During the Neoliberal Era - 
       Ahmet Bekmen -- 3. The Struggle for Hegemony Between 
       Turkish Nationalisms in the Neoliberal Era - Guven Gurkan 
       Oztan -- 4. The Davutoglu Doctrine: The Populist 
       Construction of the Strategic Subject - Memet Sinan Birdal
       -- 5. The AKP's Three-Faceted Kurdish Policy: Tenders for 
       the Rich, Alms for the Poor, Bombs for the Opposition - 
       Irfan Aktan -- 6. The Media in Turkey: From Neoliberal 
       Militarism to Authoritarian Conservatism - Uraz Aydin -- 
       7. 'We'll Come and Demolish Your House!': The Role of 
       Spatial (Re-)Production in the Neoliberal Hegemonic 
       Politics of Turkey - Erbatur Cavusoglu and Julia Strutz --
       Part II: Re-orientation(s) of the Social Question(s) -- 8.
       The Transformation of Social Welfare and Politics in 
       Turkey: A Successful Convergence of Neoliberalism and 
       Populism - Baris Alp Ozden -- 9. Domesticity of 
       Neoliberalism: Family, Sexuality and Gender in Turkey - 
       Ece Oztan -- 10. The Deradicalisation of Organised Labour 
       - M. Gorkem Dogan -- 11. Flexible and Conservative: 
       Working-Class Formation in an Industrial Town - F. Serkan 
       Ongel -- 12. The Rise of the Islamic Bourgeoisie and the 
       Socialisation of Neoliberalism: Behind the Success Story 
       of Two Pious Cities - A. Ekber Dogan and Yasin Durak -- 
       13. Neoliberal Hegemony and Grassroots Politics: The 
       Islamist and Kurdish Movements - Erdem Yoruk -- A 
       Postscript: #resistturkey - Ismet Akca, Ahmet Bekmen and 
       Baris Alp Ozden -- Notes on Contributors -- References -- 
       Index 
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650  0 AK Parti (Turkey);Neoliberalism -- Turkey.;Turkey -- 
       Politics and government -- 21st century 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Bekmen, Ahmet 
700 1  Özden, Barış Alp 
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