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  • Cercis Ikiel; Omer Ozyildirim (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    Among the climatic elements rainfall data show the most temporal and spatialvariability. Rainfall prediction is the most intensely studied phenomenon,nevertheless due to its nonlinear nature it yields low predictability ...
  • Namik Sinan Turan (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    The Ottoman Empire underwent a series of radical changes throughout the 17 thcentury, during which structural transformations occurred both in Anatolia and the Balkans. It was during this period that an empire built on ...
  • Murat Ates; Namik Kemal University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    In 1990's, great economic transformation efforts to switch to liberal market economy had been experienced in former communist countries. This transformation process had also influenced the direction of economic policies ...
  • Nuray Bozbora (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    The Young Turk Revolution of July 1908 marked the return to constitutionalgovernment in the Ottoman Empire. The constitutional movement wanted tomodernize and democratize the empire with a vision of a democratic ...
  • Ali Fuat Orenc (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    Ottoman Army organization had started to deteriorate from the mid-17th century.Military failures made the social and economic problems worse. In this situation,alternative potentials in the empire appeared because of the ...
  • Yasar Senler (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    Semsettin Sami, the writer of Taassuk-i Talat ve Fitnat which is regarded as the first Turkish novel, was the second son of Halit Bey the owner of a manor in Fraser near the Berat in south Albenia. Besides his famous novel, ...
  • Ibrahim Atalay; Dokuz Eylul University; Deniz Ekinci (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    The name of "Balkan" is in Turkish means rugged mountainous areas. Balkans is apart of Asia's continent extending like a peninsula to the west. This peninsula has no clear boundary with Europe when in East Asian continent ...
  • Ipek Gumuscan; Mustafa Kahveci (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    2008 crisis had crucial impact on economic indicators of the countries. In thispaper, we are going to evaluate the influence of the crisis on bilateral traderelations between Balkan countries and Turkey. Broadly speaking; ...
  • Banu Davun (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    As well as the historical buildings in many regions of Anatolia in Turkey, there aremany buildings, built during Ottoman era in Balkans and these buildings reflect thetraditional architecture characteristics of the Balkans. ...
  • Beyza Ustaoglu; Sakarya University<br />; Nejla Kandemir; ISLEM Geographic Information Systems Engineering and Training Ltd. (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    In this study, land cover changes are analyzed by using of Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Akfirat and Its surroundings (Tuzla - Istanbul), North - West Turkey. Akfirat and its surroundings ...
  • Ferhat Korkmaz; Batman Universitesi (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    The life in Balkan that has called attention through its polyphony all along takes it splace in Tanzimat era novel. In Tanzimat priod novel, it is possible to encounter toa significant part of Balkans' historical, sociological, ...
  • John Neubauer; University of Amsterdam (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    In 2001, the aftermath of the Bosnian and Kosovo wars, Ismail Kadare wrote in anarticle titled "The Balkans: Truth and Untruths":The distorted history of the Balkan peoples is one of the veils that prevents knowledge of ...
  • Guven Gurkan Oztan; Istanbul University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    The formulation of Turkish nationhood centred around the motherland, Islam andblood formula was tried by Young Ottoman firstly and later by Young Turks. The throughout the 19th century, Ottoman ruling class was engaged in ...
  • Nurcan Ozgur Baklacioglu (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    The paper focuses upon the historical and social construction of variouscrossborder identities across Turkish-Bulgarian border and elaborates the role ofthe border minorities, dual citizens and local kin politics on the ...
  • Mehtap Nasiroglu; Batman University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    One of the most tragic events in human history, migration, no doubt, left deep traceson communities who were forced to perform it. Some of the migrations are causedby natural causes such as earthquake, flood, famine, disease ...
  • Adem Oger; Nevsehir University; Kadri H. Yilmaz; Nevsehir University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    Caramanians, who were Turkish-speaking Orthodox Christians and used Greekalphabet in their writings, lived especially in Anatolia (Karaman, Konya, Kayseri,Isparta, Nevsehir, Nigde, Aksaray, Burdur, Aydin and Karadeniz ...
  • Nurhan Ince; IstanbulUniversity; Yavuz Ince; Koc University; Kazim Besirli; Istanbul University; Emine Besirli; IstanbulUniversity; Haluk Ince; Istanbul University; Bedia Ozyildirim; Istanbul University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    Newspapers are designed to be appealed by people at different cultural levels andnewspapers are very useful for health education if they are correctly used.According to data compiled by Turkish Statistical Institute in ...
  • Betul BATIR; Istanbul University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    After the Treaty of Berlin, there was a considerable change in the political status ofthe Balkans. Especially in Albania, the political and cultural studies of neighboring countries started to operate. Italy, with the aim ...
  • H. Ahmet Yildirim; Sakarya University; Cercis Ikiel; Sakarya University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    Rainfall data are more sensitive to temporal and spatial variations than otherclimatic variables. In this study rainfall data from four different regions of Thrace,Edirne, K&#305;rklareli, Tekirdag and Florya (Istanbul) ...
  • Ilyas Celiktas (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    On April 14 2008 the Albanian Parliament approved the Law on Entrepreneurs andCommercial Companies (9901/2008), which entered into force on May 21 2008.This Law shall regulate the status of entrepreneurs, the founding and ...

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