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Assoc.Prof.Dr. CANAN ASLAN AKMAN
FACULTY OF ECONOMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES
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Education

  Bachelor's, Middle East Technical University, Pol. Sci. & Public Ad
  Master's, Trinity College, Women's Studies
  Doctorate, McGill University, Political Sciences

Publications (INTERNATIONAL)

Journal Papers

  A.1 Canan Aslan, The Legacy of a European-Oriented Transformation: Gender relations in Contemporary Turkey. "The European Legacy: Toward New Paradigms", 1, (1996), p.981-987.
  A.2 CANAN ASLAN AKMAN, "Secularist” Women of the Republic and Their Pious Sisters in Movement at the Crossroads of Secular State, Feminism and Islamist Politics in Turkey. "Dilemmas of Democracy in the Middle East: Cases from Turkey, Jordan and Israel.", (2010), p.100-119.
  A.3 Canan Aslan Akman, ‘The 2011 Parliamentary Elections in Turkey and Challenges Ahead for Democratic Reform Under a Dominant Party System’. "Mediterranean Politics", 17, (2012), p.77-95.
  A.4 Canan Aslan Akman, Pinar Akcali, Changing the System through instrumentalising weak political institutions: the quest for a presidential system in Turkey in historical and comparative perspective. "Turkish Studies", 19, (2017), p.577-600.

Book and Chapter in a Book

  A.1 CANAN ASLAN, AYSE AYATA, Overcoming Gender Inequalities in Political Recruitment: Another Challenge for Democratization in Turkey” (IN GERMAN). "Women’s Political Participation and Representation in the States Joining the European Union. .", (2004).
  A.2 Canan Aslan-Akman, Fatma Tütüncü, Gender and Citizenship in Turkey at the Crossroads of Patriarchal State, Women and Transnational Pressures. "Societal Peace and Ideal Citizenship for Turkey", (2011), p.79-205.
  A.3 Canan Aslan Akman, Democratic Consolidation and Institutional Challenges for Political Parties and the Party System in Turkey. "Democratic Consolidation in Turkey,", (2012), p.143-178.
  A.4 Canan Aslan Akman, "Islamic Women’s Ordeal with the New Face(s) of Patriarchy in Power: Divergence Or Convergence Over Expanding Women’s Citizenship?”. "Gendered Identities: Criticizing Patriarchy in Turkey,", (2013), p.113-145.
  A.5 Canan Aslan Akman, Fatma Tütüncü, ‘Struggle Against Male Violence with an Egalitarian Jurisprudence and Religious Conservative Governance: The Case of Secular Turkey’. "Gender and Violence in Islamic Societies: Patriarchy; Islamism and Politics in the Middle East and N", (2013), p.82-107.
  A.6 Canan Aslan akman, Comparative Trajectories of the Women's Movements in Israel and in Turkey: Transforming Policy and Agendas in Divided Societies. "The Jarring Road to Democratic Inclusion: A Comparative assessment of State-Society Engagements in", (2016), p.113-142.

Publications (NATIONAL)

 

Journal Papers

  A.1 CANAN ASLAN, ‘Gender Politics and Women in the Dilemmas of Turkish Democratization,’(in Turkish). "Seminar Volume of an Interdisciplinary Meeting in Women’s Studies", 3, (2004), s.329-337.
  A.2 Canan Aslan Akman, AB Sürecinde Toplumsal Cinsiyet Eşitliği Politikaları: Türkiye’deki Kazanımlar, Öncelikler ve Sorunlar’. "iKTİSADİ KALKINMA VAKFI DERGISI", MART 2012, (2012), s.36-44.
  A.3 Canan Aslan Akman, Politics of gender in the Recent democratic Transitions in the Middle East and North Africa. "Alternative Politics", 7, (2015), s.56-86.
 

Book and Chapter in a Book

  A.1 Canan Aslan Akman, ‘Kadın ve Toplumsal Cinsiyet’. "Türkiye-AB İlişkileri", (2013), s.447-469..
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