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IJSSIS 5,2

Research Paper
TRAPPED IN TURKEY: THE PRACTICE OF TURKISH SATELLITE CITY

ELİF ERTEM ........................................................................................................................55

Research Paper
TERRORISM AND CONTAGION THEORY: PROBING THE IMPACT OF ISIS ON BOKO HARAM (2012 – 2014) 

RAPHAEL EJIME, DR. PETER HOUGH, DR. TUNC AYBAK ......................................66

 

Research Paper
TERRORISM AND THREATS IN THE FRENCH REPUBLIC AND UKRAINE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

ALEKSANDER KSAWERY OLECH ................................................................................77

IJSSIS 5,1

CITY: STATE-RUN CAMPS VS. COMMONING PRACTICES IN ATHENS, THESSALONIKI AND MYTILENE

CHARALAMPOS TSAVDAROGLOU, CHRISA GIANNOPOULOU, OLGA LAFAZANI, ILIAS PISTIKOS, CHRYSSANTHI PETROPOULOU ...................................................... 5

ANALYZING THE STAGES OF URBAN REGENERATION IIN KARŞIYAKA THROUGH FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS

BILGE KARAKUŞ, EBRU YILMAZ ............... 17

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: EFFECTS OF THE SCHOOL SUBJECT ON THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REGIMEN OF 15-16-YEAR-OLD ADOLESCENTS

KATERINA KRALOVA ....................................................................................................... 37

IJSSIS NON-ACADEMIC FICTION: DRIVING SOMEWHERE ELSE

ROBIN FETHERSTON ...................................................................................................... 43

IJSSIS NON-ACADEMIC FICTION: LOOKING FOR LINEN

ROBIN FETHERSTON ......................................................................................................49

Research Paper
61 YOUTH AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN GCC

CHANGING TRENDS IN COMMUNICATION, SOCIAL PARTICIPATION AND IDENTITY ZARQA PARVEZ

Research Paper
75 TEACHING NON-ROMANIZED LANGUAGES THROUGH A ROMANIZED SCRIPT

ZINNIA SHWEIRY

Research Paper
89 EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF GOVERNMENT SURVEILLANCE ON COMMUNITIES IN EAST GERMANY AND NORTHERN

IRELAND IN THE 1970S AND 1980S CLIODHNA PIERCE

Research Paper
101 MAIN CRITERIA FOR CLASSIFICATION OF THE TYPES OF INFORMATION CONFRONTATION

KRASOVSKAIA NATALIIA RUDOLFOVNA, GULYAEV ANDREY ANATOLYEVICH

Research Paper
107 RECONCEIVING THE REASONABLE PROBABILITY OF SUCCESS CRITERION

KIERAN MCINERNEY

IJSSIS 4,1

 

BREAKING THE CHAIN: DYNAMICS OF INTRA-HOUSEHOLD RELATIONSHIPS & NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN BANGLADESH

FOUZIA MANNAN ...............................................................................................................5

THE METAPHORS FOR WOMEN IN FLORA NWAPA’S “CASSAVA SONG

IDRIS HAMZA YANA..........................................................................................................17

 

‘WELCOME TO THE MACHINE!’ RESISTING ISOMORPHIC, MASCULINISED CORPORATISATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP 

SARA ASHENCAEN CRABTREE, ANN HEMINGWAY, CHRIS SHIEL, SUE SUDBURY, ANNE QUINNEY,  MAGGIE HUTCHINGS, LUCIANA ESTEVES, SHELLEY THOMPSON, HELEN JACEY, ANITA DIAZ, PERI BRADLEY, JENNY HALL, MICHELE BOARD DR., ANNA FEIGENBAUM, LORRAINE BROWN, AMBER BURTON, VANESSA HEASLIP, LIZ NORTON, JANET SCAMMELL ......................23

 

SAME-SEX INTIMACY, INTIMATE CITIZENSHIP AND EXPERIENCES OF LIVED RELIGION OF NON-HETEROSEXUAL MUSLIMS: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF EXISTING STUDIES

DILVIN DILARA USTA .......................................................................................................33

 

ON FAT FEMALE EMBODIMENT: NARRATIVES OF “COMING OUT AS FAT”

RACHELE SALVATELLI ....................................................................................................43

 

CULTURAL MEMORY FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL WELL-BEING IN HISTORIC URBAN LANDSCAPES; AN EXISTING BUT A NEGLECTED DIMENSION

FATMAELZAHRAA HUSSEIN, JOHN STEPHENS, REENA TIWARI........................53

Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkiye

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