ظاهرة الهجرة في الدولة العثمانية و الجمهورية التركية و عواقبها

Other Title(s)

Emigration phenomenon and its ramifications in the ottoman empire and the Turkish republic

Author

كسغين، سلمان سالم

Source

رؤية تركية

Issue

Vol. 8, Issue 1 (31 Dec. 2019), pp.9-28, 20 p.

Publisher

Foundation for Political Economic and Social Research

Publication Date

2019-12-31

Country of Publication

Turkey

No. of Pages

20

Main Topic

History and Geography
Political Sciences

Topics

Abstract EN

Emigration is an important phenomenon in individuals and societies life and one of a major interest to sociologists; for it helps to understand the past and present since immigration provide researchers with significant data on the social, political, and economic structure of societies. we can depend on the emigration phenomenon in studying how the the Middle Asian Turks considered the Anatolia a new home; The transition from the Ottoman Age to the Republic Era and the Formation of Modern Turkey. Also, this phenomenon can be of use in studying Anatolian history that has hosted various cultures for long ages, and hence its nature and social, economic, and cultural structure have changed due to emigration waves. The aim of the article is providing a framework of emigration history in Turkey's modern history and emphasizes its main turning points.

American Psychological Association (APA)

كسغين، سلمان سالم. 2019. ظاهرة الهجرة في الدولة العثمانية و الجمهورية التركية و عواقبها. رؤية تركية،مج. 8، ع. 1، ص ص. 9-28.
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Modern Language Association (MLA)

كسغين، سلمان سالم. ظاهرة الهجرة في الدولة العثمانية و الجمهورية التركية و عواقبها. رؤية تركية مج. 8، ع. 1 (كانون الأول 2019)، ص ص. 9-28.
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American Medical Association (AMA)

كسغين، سلمان سالم. ظاهرة الهجرة في الدولة العثمانية و الجمهورية التركية و عواقبها. رؤية تركية. 2019. مج. 8، ع. 1، ص ص. 9-28.
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Data Type

Journal Articles

Language

Arabic

Notes

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Record ID

BIM-902846