Non-Thesis Master Program ın Polıtıcal Scıences

New Social Movements(SP741)

Course Code Course Name Semester Theory Practice Lab Credit ECTS
SP741 New Social Movements 1 3 0 0 3 6
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Admission Requirements
Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Type Compulsory
Course Level Masters Degree
Course Instructor(s) Hakan YÜCEL hakanyucel1970@gmail.com (Email)
Assistant
Objective The aim of course is discussing important elements of the political and social fields such as youth and women's movements, environmentalist and sexual-religious-ethnic minority actions and also cultural identity-based social movements, urban and anti-globalization movements in the context of the new social movement’s theory.
Content This course aims to discuss the post industrial phenomenon that is since 1968, elements which are perceived outside of the class relations has become the source of identity and occupied the central axis of the social conflict. Initially, in this context, identity movements based on space, generation and gender will be discussed with regards to New Social Movements Theory. In the second stage, anti-globazation
movements will be discussed with their several examples, actors and concordantly, their relations with social media. In the third and final stage, examples from Turkey will be discussed with regards to the theories of social movements and evaluated comparatively with the other samples from different societies. In all these processes, connection of cultural identities and class identity will be of central importance.
Course Learning Outcomes Students who are following the course will be equipped with these abilities:
1) By leaving institutional political sphere out, analyzing the socio-political transformation of post 1968 period in an identity-based theoretical context.
2) By using necessary theoretical and conceptual tools, analyzing the elements encoded “culturally”, such as gender, generation and ethnicity from the perspective of class antagonism
3) Analyzing the social effects of globalization.
Teaching and Learning Methods The course will consist of lectures and weekly discussions on texts which will be held every week. These two elements make the attendance mandatory. Students will be informed about the texts which will be read and discussed texts before the classes.
References ERDER Sema, Kentsel gerilim, um:ag yay., 1997
ASLAN Şükrü, 1 Mayıs Mahallesi 1980 Öncesi Toplumsal Mücadaleler ve Kent, İletişim Yay., 2004
BALİ Rıfat, Tarz-ı hayattan life style’a, İletişim Yay., 2002
ŞENYAPILI Tansı, Barakadan Gecekondu’ya Ankara’da Kentsel mekanın Dönüşümü 1946-1960, İletişim Yay., 2004.
WEDEL Heidi, Siyaset ve Cinsiyet, Metis Yay., 2001.
IŞIK Oğuz, PINARCIOĞLU M. Melih, Nöbetleşe yoksulluk, İletişim Yay., 2001
BAYAT Asef, Ortadoğu’da Maduniyet, Toplumsal hareketler ve
Siyaset, İletişim yay., 2006.
KABACALI Alpay, Türkiye'de gençlik hareketleri,Gürer yay., 2007
DAĞTAŞ, Erdal, Türkiye'de Sivil İtaatsizlik Toplumsal hareketler ve Basın, Ütopya yayınevi, 2007
OKAN Murat, Türkiye'de Alevilik, İmge yay., 2004
ŞENSEVER F. Levent, Dünya Sosyal Formu, Metis yay., 2003.
TILLY Charles, Toplumsal hareketler, babil yay., 2004
ÇETİNKAYA Y.Doğan (der.), Toplumsal Hareketler Tarih Teori ve Deneyim, İletişim yay., 2008.
ÖZBEK Meral (ed.), Kamusal Alan, Hil Yay., 2004
JASPER, James M., Ahlaki Protesto Sanatı. Toplumsal Hareketlerde Kültür, Biyografi ve Yaratıcılık, Ayrıntı Yayınları
ARAT, Yeşim, «1980’ler Türkiyesi’nde Kadın Hareketi», Toplum ve Bilim, 53, Bahar 1991, s. 7-19
TEMELKURAN, Ece, Oğlum, Kızım, Devletim: Evlerden Sokaklara Tutuklu Anneleri, Metis, 1997
COCKBURN, A. & J.S. CLAIR, Seattle. Dünyayı Sarsan 5 Gün, Agora Kitaplığı, 2003
ŞİMŞEK Sefa, “New Social Movements in Turkey Since 1980”, Turkish Studies Vol.5, No:2, Summer, 2004, pp.111-139.
COŞKUN Mustafa Kemal, “Süreklilik ve Kopuş Teorileri Bağlamında Türkiye’de Eski ve Yeni Toplumsal Hareketler”, Ankara Üniversitesi SBF Dergisi, 61-1, ss.67-102.
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1 2 3 4 5
1 Use major concepts, theories and approaches with an effective comprehenshion of the relationship among them.
2 Identify and gather information from credible primary and secondary sources in the field of political science; analyze and synthesize data.
3 Make written and oral presentations original in national and international conferences in the field of political science and share their knowledge with their counterparts in academic publications..
4 Conceive the causes of social transformations and use this capacity for the development of modern society.
5 Evaluate and interpret the historical and contemporary dynamics of the society and politics in Turkey from a scientific perspective.
6 Comprehend and analyze critically the current configuration of social dynamics.
7 Appraise the sources of societal conflict and how they can be resolved by political means.
8 Enhance awareness and sensivity towards issues related to democracy, human rights and social peace.
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