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Suveren, Yaşar (2014)
Journal: Akademik İncelemeler Dergisi
Languages: Turkish
Types: Article
Subjects: Sosyoloji, Siyasetçiler, Sağ Siyasetçiler, Siyasal Toplumsallaşma, Türk Siyaseti, Siyaset Sosyolojisi., Politicians, Right Wing Politicians, Political Socialization, Turkish Politics, Political Sociology.
The understanding of the processes which shape the political belonging and political socialization of the right-wing conservative politicians in Turkey is crucial for clarifying right wing political tradition and the series of factors influencing political views of the politicians who belonged to this specific tradition. Figuring out these factors would at least make it possible to explain and evaluate the political culture in Turkey by focusing on a single dimension constituted by the politicians who fabricate and transmit that very culture per se. What are the dynamics of being part of right-wing conservative political tradition? Which social, political, ideological, cultural and institutional aspects do prevail while one affiliates himself in to this tradition? How do these factors influence and guide while one forms his/ her political thought, political mindset and belonging? It will be tried to identify and assess the determinants of political socialization process within which policy makers of right-wing conservative tradition experience in this article.

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