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Research findings on "Comparing women's movements in different cities in Turkey"

Research findings on "Comparing women's movements in different cities in Turkey"

I. Introduction by the project manager and editor of the research report entitled “Comparing women’s movements in different cities in Turkey” (Yasemin Karakaşoğlu)

II. Research design for the empirical–qualitative study (Charlotte Binder)

III. Central empirical findings of the study  

DEFINITIONS

III.1.A. A central term and its perception in the field: Being-Woman (Charlotte Binder)

III.1.B. (Feminist) women’s movement(s)? Definitions suggested by women’s and gender political experts (Charlotte Binder & Yasemin Karakaşoğlu)

WOMEN’S MOVEMENTS

III.2.A. Examples of women’s movements in Turkey taken from research fields (Aslı Polatdemir)

III.2.B. The Kurdish Women’s Movement in Turkey and the adventure of becoming visible (Münevver Azizoğlu-Bazan)

POSSIBILITIES OF COALITION

III.3.A. Separating and unifying perspectives in the women’s movements in Turkey (Aslı Polatdemir)

III.3.B. Examples of women’s coalitions taken from research fields (Charlotte Binder)

IV. Attachment  

V. On the Relationship between Women’s Movement(s) and the Authoritarian Neo-liberal Regime in Turkey (Betül Yarar)