Religion, Society, and Modernity in Turkey

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Syracuse University Press, 2006 - 388 sayfa
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Offering a historical and cultural analysis of the late Ottoman period and Republican Turkey, this book collects Serif Mardin's seminal essays written throughout the span of his prolific career. These essays deal with the historical background, political travails, and socioeconomic metamorphosis of Turkey during a century of modernization.
 

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Social Class and Class Consciousness l
1
Power Civil Society and Culture in the Ottoman Empire
23
Civil Society and Islam
44
The Transformation of an Economic Code
60
The Modernization of Social Communication
83
Some Consideration on the Building of an Ottoman Public Identity in the Nineteenth Century
124
SuperWesternization in Urban Life in the Ottoman Empire in the Last Quarter of the Nineteenth Century
135
Continuity and Change in the Ideas of the Young Turks
164
Youth and Violence in Turkey
205
Religion in Modern Turkey
225
Necip Fazil and the Naksibendi
243
Islam in Nineteenth and TwentiethCentury Turkey
260
CenterPeriphery as a Concept for the Study of Social Transformation
298
Playing Games with Names
316
Works Cited
331
Index r
369

An Attempt at a Partial Explanation of a Revolutionary Conscience
182
Ideology and Religion in the Turkish Revolution
192

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Mardin recently retired from the School of International Service at The American University, where he served for more than a decade as the Chair of Islamic Studies. He has taught at Ankara University and Bogazigi University in Turkey.

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