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White-brined cheeses

Bintsis T. | Alichanidis E. | Uzunsoy I. | Özer B. | Papademas P. | Radulovic Z. | Miocinovic J.

Book Part | 2017 | Global Cheesemaking Technology: Cheese Quality and Characteristics , pp.349 - 367

This chapter discusses various white-brined cheeses, including Batzos PDO, Turkish Beyaz Peynir, Feta, Halitzia, Halloumi, Mihalic, Sjenica, and Urfa. Turkish Beyaz Peynir is a rindless, white-coloured, close-textured variety with a salty acid taste; it may have a slight piquant flavour, especially when made from sheep's milk. A number of volatile compounds are produced by defined or wild-type lactococcal bacteria used in the manufacture of Turkish Beyaz Peynir. The geographical region of Sjenica cheese production is in the Sjenicko-Pesterska plateau, which is located in the southwestern part of Serbia and represents the biggest pla . . .teau in the Balkan, which includes the municipalities Sjenica and Tutin. Sjenica cheeses are home-made cheeses, manufactured at farms or produced in small dairy craft plants. Urfa cheese variety is mainly produced from raw sheep's milk (mainly milk of the Awassi sheep breed) or an appropriate mixture of sheep's and cow's milks. © 2018 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Institutional change in the turkish energy markets

Çetin T.

Book Part | 2013 | Understanding the Process of Economic Change in Turkey: An Institutional Approach , pp.275 - 318

By enacting the Electricity Market Law in February 2001 and the Natural Gas Market Law in May 2001, respectively, Turkey began reforming the institutional environment of the Turkish energy industry. The aim was to unbundle the state-owned monopolistic structures of the markets by separating vertically. The new legal structure has de jure changed the pre-reform institutional structure of the energy markets. In other words, the legal change has aimed to introduce competition to the Turkish energy industry. In order to ensure this objective, as an independent regulatory agency with full regulatory discretions over both the electricity . . .market and the natural gas market, Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) was established. In this context, the chapter aims to review the process of institutional change and to assess the current institutional issues in the energy markets of Turkey. © 2010 by Nova Science Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Management of non-muscle-invasive and muscle-invasive bladder cancers

Tinay I. | Mungan N.A.

Book Part | 2017 | Principles and Practice of Urooncology: Radiotherapy, Surgery and Systemic Therapy , pp.59 - 74

Bladder cancer (BC) is the 7th most commonly diagnosed cancer in men worldwide, while it declines to 11th when both sexes are considered. The worldwide age-standardized incidence rate (per 100,000 person/years) is 9.0 for men and 2.2 for women. Europe has among the highest incidence rates of BC in the world, where the age-standardized incidence rate is 19.1 for men and 4.0 for women. The overall burden was greater in men; however varying incidence trends by gender were reported recently in some countries, with rates drop in male and increase in female population. The management of BC should be tailored according to the disease stage . . ., grade, and patient-related factors at the presentation. In this chapter, we will discuss the management of non-muscle- invasive disease and the surgical management of muscle-invasive disease. © Springer International Publishing AG 2017 Daha fazlası Daha az

Turkish EFL teachers' perceptions about the transferability of an online call training

Cengiz B.C.

Book Part | 2017 | Researching ELT: Classroom Methodology and Beyond , pp.59 - 67

This study examined the factors affecting the transferability of a four-week online CALL training from the perspectives of eight Turkish L2 English in-service teachers receiving the training on a voluntary basis. Through self-report data collected via interviews and reflection reports, the researcher aimed to investigate the potential of online in-service CALL training for training language teachers to integrate CALL in their classrooms. The findings pointed at many factors that impinged on teachers' CALL integration into their classes. These were related to (a) teachers' perceived competence for transfer (b) the design of the train . . .ing (c) issues related to MONE (Ministry of National Education) (d) technological infrastructure at schools and (e) a lack of supporting school environment for technology integration. Based on these findings, the researcher came up with a sequential procedure for online inservice CALL training, which is proposed to be a valuable means for the transfer of knowledge and skills gained in CALL training to a real language classroom Daha fazlası Daha az

Introductory longer review for rock mechanics testing methods

Ulusay R. | Gercek H.

Book Part | 2017 | Rock Mechanics and Engineering: Volume 2: Laboratory and Field Testing , pp.3 - 66

Rock mechanics involves characterizing the strength of rock material and the geometry and mechanical properties of the natural discontinuities of the rock mass. Rock engineering is concerned with specific engineering circumstances, for example, how much load will the rock support and whether reinforcement is necessary. Since the establishment of the International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM) in the 1960s, there have been important scientific developments and technological advances both in rock mechanics and rock engineering. Particularly, modeling of rock behavior, design methodologies for rock structures and rock testing metho . . .ds are the main issues in these developments and advances. The models developed depend considerably on the input parameters such as boundary conditions and material, discontinuity and rock mass properties. For this reason, establishing how to obtain these input parameters for a particular site, rock mass and project is important. In this chapter, first, a brief historical account of material testing is given with a special emphasis on the evolution of testing of rocks. Next, rock mechanics testing methods including those for rock material, discontinuities and rock masses are critically reviewed in terms of laboratory and in-situ tests. Then, standardization of rock testing methods is mentioned within the context of the Suggested Methods (SMs) by the ISRM. Finally, current developments and future trends in rock testing methods are briefly discussed. © 2017 Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK Daha fazlası Daha az

Cheeses from Turkey

Uzunsoy I. | Özer B.

Book Part | 2017 | Global Cheesemaking Technology: Cheese Quality and Characteristics , pp.191 - 192

[No abstract available]

Reflecting upon the testimonies of child sexual abuse victims

Gürdal A.D.

Book Part | 2015 | Contextual Approaches in Sociology , pp.21 - 37

This study is part of a larger effort to reveal the problems that authorities face after the implementation of the Child Protection Law, enacted in 2005, which defines specific roles and responsibilities for the authorities, on the one hand. On the other hand, whether or not the rights and well-being of child victims of sexual abuse are taken into account in the context of the Law is investigated. The work began in 2013 in Zonguldak. This is a qualitative study based on semi-structured interviews conducted with 26 authorities such as social workers, lawyers, prosecutors, and police officials as defined under the Law. This study aims . . . to uncover the dualities of the authorities' opinions about sexually abused children who testify in the court. In sexual abuse cases, the expressions of child victims of sexual abuse about the incident and the perpetrator(s) are assessed in two opposite ways. Firstly, the expressions are assessed based on the conception that children are capable and accountable actors, as asserted by 'New Childhood Sociology' and secondly, based on some suspicions related to the view that the children have not yet completed the development stages. Children testimonies about the abuse they have suffered are important. However, when taking into account the opinions of the authorities, it is seen that the declarations of the children are treated differently by the authorities. It is also questionable if the legal system is helpful in the unfolding of theses cases. Thus, this study aims to evaluate the child witnesses in sexual abuse cases, within the framework of the sociology of childhood and in the context of the present legal system. © Peter Lang GmbH Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften Frankfurt am Main 2015. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Effect of cynical individual factor on the reverse mobbing tendency: A planned behavior

Uysal H.T. | Gedik I.A.

Book Part | 2017 | Handbook of Research on Organizational Culture and Diversity in the Modern Workforce , pp.278 - 308

The purpose of this chapter is to reveal the interaction between the cynicism levels and reverse mobbing tendencies of employees under the same organizational climate. In line with this purpose, a study was performed via the survey method on 120 people in a public institute in Turkey. The sample size of the study is limited with the public institute included in the study due to cynicism and reverse mobbing levels vary in each organizational climate. The data obtained from the study were analyzed using the confidence, correlation, multiple regression and Kruskal-Wallis H tests. According to the results of these analyses, a medium-lev . . .el positive significant relationship was determined between the cynicism levels and reverse mobbing tendencies of the employees. The cynicism dimension that increases the reverse mobbing tendency of the employees most was determined to be the behavioral cynicism with the coefficient of 1.922. As a result, cynicism was added to the literature as a new factor affecting the reverse mobbing significantly. © 2017 by IGI Global. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

The role of institutions over economic change in Turkey

Çetin T.

Book Part | 2013 | Understanding the Process of Economic Change in Turkey: An Institutional Approach , pp.21 - 39

Turkey has attempted to institutionalize its economic endowment for a long time. During this struggle, it has overcome violent stages and political clashes in the different terms including various features. In the 1980s, Turkey initiated to experience transition to the economic institutions of capitalism and put liberalization to the forefront in setting economic policies. However, liberalization did not obtain a relaxation in the traditional state structure. On the other hand, Turkey suffered from the loose political structure in the 1990s. Coalition governments have long dominated the political and economic institutional structure . . .. As a result, the 1980s and the 1990s had not exactly been able to bring about an economic change based on institutionalization in the political, bureaucratic and legal spheres. Rather, while the legal and bureaucratic processes resisted economic change, the political processes led to a rent seeking society. In this context, the goal of this chapter is to analyze the role of institutional endowment in Turkey over economic change. The chapter especially focuses on the interaction among political institutions and economic change. In doing so, it aims to reveal the credibility and influence of political institutions on the process of economic change in Turkey. © 2010 by Nova Science Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

The political economy of independent regulatory agencies in Turkey

Çetin T. | Sobaci M.Z. | Nargeleçekenler M. | Abdulhakimogullari E.

Book Part | 2013 | Understanding the Process of Economic Change in Turkey: An Institutional Approach , pp.229 - 250

The chapter analyses transition to IRAs in Turkey from two different viewpoints. Main reasons for delegation of the regulatory discretion to IRAs are to reduce political transaction costs and to ensure a credible commitment. In this context, the first section of the chapter examines the meaning of political transaction costs and regulatory commitment in terms of independence of IRAs during delegation process of the discretion to IRAs in the Turkish experience. This section also contains lessons from the Turkish energy industries. The second section only evaluates formal independence levels of IRAs in Turkey. Thus, the chapter reveal . . .s formal independence of IRAs in Turkey and presents a comparative analysis among them. © 2010 by Nova Science Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Scandal politics and political scandals in the era of digital interactive media

Demirhan K.

Book Part | 2016 | Political Scandal, Corruption, and Legitimacy in the Age of Social Media , pp.25 - 50

This study focuses on scandal politics and political scandals in the era of digital interactive media. Scandals are the part of symbolic power struggles. Media is one of the main actors of these struggles. In fact, political scandals have a constructive function in democracies because they help releasing corruptions. After scandals, the public get the opportunity to discuss on the legitimacy of political-legal institutions and political system. However, this discussion is not possible in the conditions of scandal politics. This study is interested in scandal politics and political scandals in the era of digital interactive media. It . . . evaluates the maintaining role of traditional media in the era of digital media, and the potentials of digital interactive media to utilize the constructive functions of political scandals in democracies. The cases of WikiLeaks and Ashley Madison affair are used to evaluate the scandal politics and political scandals in the era of digital interactive media. © 2017, IGI Global Daha fazlası Daha az

Participation, civil society and the facebook use of NGOs in Turkey

Demirhan K.

Book Part | 2016 | Political Scandal, Corruption, and Legitimacy in the Age of Social Media , pp.223 - 246

This study finds out the use of Facebook by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Turkey to engage the social and political events of the country. NGOs are civil society organizations aiming at promoting participation of citizens in social and political issues. They are a part of democratic system and they have important role to struggle with corruptions and improve the legitimacy of political-legal organization in political system. NGOs work using social networks and promoting civic culture. Therefore, the use of new communication and interaction channels is necessary for NGOs to develop social networks and civic participation. . . .Social media can be a new channel to promote social and political life. This study focuses on Facebook activities of 40 NGOs selected from eight different activity fields: politics, environment, woman rights, economy, emergency, education, human rights, and democracy. It uses content analysis method to understand the NGOs' activities in Facebook, in terms of social and political issues realized in the year of 2012. © 2017, IGI Global Daha fazlası Daha az

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