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      Turkish Politics and ‘The People’ : Mass Mobilisation and Populism

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          Turkish Politics and ‘The People’enhances our understanding of ‘the popular’ in the study of politics through a critical examination of the uses and constructions of ‘the people’ from the establishment of the Turkish Republic in 1923, to the present. It proposes ways of reading the insertion and operationalisation of the notion of ‘the people’ as a concept, a political subject, the object of policy and politics over the past century. It assesses the ways ‘the people’ have been shaped by the history of the republic, and, in turn, have informed ways of visualising society, the country’s political culture, institutional architecture and framed the parameters and repertoires of political action.

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          9781399502856
          9781399502887
          9781399502863
          9781399502870
          25 July 2022
          0a6085b8-81d2-47ce-ab3d-5b2875f8fda7
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          Monograph,Islamic Studies,Politics,Islamic Politics,Islamic Politics,3 - PDF,Religious & theocratic ideologies,Eastern Europe,20th century,21st century,Comparative politics,Political ideologies,Political activism,Europe,Modern period, c 1500 onwards,Politics & government,Geographical,Time period,Society & social sciences

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