Activists in Office: Kurdish Politics and Protest in Turkey (Studies in Modernity and National Identity)
University of Washington Press, 2010 - 214 sayfa
Nicole F. Watts sheds light not only on the particular situation of Kurds in Turkey, but also on the challenges, risks, and potential benefits for comparable movements operating in less-than-fully democratic contexts. The book is a result of more than ten years of research conducted in Turkey and in Europe, and it draws on a wide array of sources, including Turkish electoral data, memoirs, court records, and interviews.
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Resources of the System
Producing Competing Truths
Creating a New Kurdish Subject
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activism actors agenda Alinak Ankara Batman Baydemir Burkay coercion conﬂict country’s coup court Cumhuriyet DEHAP Demir Democratic Democratic Society Party difﬁcult discourse Diyarbakir elected ofﬁcials electoral politics ethnic ethnopolitical ﬁeld ﬁghters ﬁrst formal political groups HADEP HEP’s human rights identity important inﬂuence inﬂuential institutions Iraq Iraqi Istanbul Iuly Iune Kurdish activists Kurdish cultural Kurdish electoral Kurdish language Kurdish movement Kurdish national movement Kurdish nationalist Kurdish party Kurdish politicians Kurdish problem Kurdish rights Kurdistan Kurds in Turkey Kurmanji leaders leadership left-wing Leyla Zana Mardin Mehdi Zana mobilization movement organizations municipality Newroz ofﬁce Osman Baydemir participation Partisi party administrators party’s People’s percent policies political parties pro-Kurdish activists pro-Kurdish deputies pro-Kurdish mayors pro-Kurdish parties pro-Kurdish politicians programs provinces reﬂected reforms representatives security forces social movement socialist southeast symbolic politics tion Turk Turkey’s Turkish Constitutional Court vote voters