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  • Investigation of the Contribution of the Quantum Idea To the Management

    • Authors: Murat ŞENGÖZ
      Abstract: Today, the characteristics and events related to the management necessitate the evaluation of all information in a holistic manner. For this reason, it is necessary to consider the events in today's business and management worldwith a versatile and relativist perspective. This dynamic way of doing business requires leaders to consider more variables in managerial influence and interests. Today's managerial field describes an environment in which complex activities involving a widevariety of dynamics and procedures take place in the context of determining state styles, comparing the selected state styles with eachother, the impact of the possible behavior of the environment and competitors, and meeting expectations. In this context, quantum thought has the potential to guide the methods that help managers achieve ambiguous reality with the intellectual data it offers. In this study, the relationship between the outputs of entanglement and superposition principles of quantum theory, which is essentially derived from the science of physics, and management science is tried to be revealed.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Mediating Role of Perceived Organizational Support in The Relationship
           Between Emotional Intelligence and Job Performance: A Study in The
           Insurance Sector Employees

    • Authors: Mehmet MURATOĞLU; Turhan ERKMEN
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to determine the mediating role of perceived organizational support in the relationship between emotional intelligence and job performance which has the principle of mutual trust in insurance sector. The sample of the study consists of 240 people working at the headquarters of insurance companies operating in İstanbul, Türkiye. SPPS 26.0 (Statistical Packages for the Social Sciences) and Process Macro 4.0 were used to find the correlation and regression analysis between study variables, the reliability of the measurement tool, the strength of the relationship between independent and dependent variables, and the mediating effect of perceived organizational support on the relationship between emotional intelligence and job performance. The findings confirm that emotional intelligence has a positive effect on the employee's job performance and perceived organizational support partially mediates the relationship between emotional intelligence and job performance.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Review of Hannah Arendt: Discourse Against Violence

    • Authors: Mehmet Fatih IŞIK
      Abstract: Şiddet sorunu dünya gezegeninde yaşayan varlıklar içinde, sadece insan dünyasına ait olan bir sorundur. Çünkü insan dışındaki hiçbir varlık popülasyonu sorunlarını çözmek için şiddeti bir yöntem olarak görmez ve kullanmaz. Diğer varlıklar arasında yaşanan mücadele salt doğadaki besin zincirinin ve ekolojik dengenin determinist bir sonucundan başka bir şey değildir. İnsanın sorunları çözmenin en kolay yolu (!) olarak gördüğü şiddetin birçok türünden söz etmek mümkündür. Belki şiddet denildiğinde çoğunluklu akla ilkin “fiziksel şiddet” gelir ancak literatür tarandığında “fiziksel şiddet”in yanı sıra; “psikolojik şiddet”, “eğiten şiddet”, sindiren şiddet”, “ekonomik şiddet”, “politik şiddet”, “okşayan şiddet” hatta “şiddetsiz şiddet” gibi birçok şiddet türünün olduğu görülür. Bu şiddet türlerinin her birinin de insanlarda ve toplumlarda farklı travmalara ve sonuçlara yol açtığı muhakkaktır.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The views of secondary school students on distance education: A
           qualitative study on the analysis of metaphorical perceptions

    • Authors: Ergün ÇAKIR; Emre ER
      Abstract: The aim of this research was to reveal out the mental images of students regarding the concept of distance education. The study group was composed of 64 primary school students that were chosen via convenience sampling method and had been studying in Ankara during 2020-2021. In the analysis of data content analysis techniques were used. According to the findings, thirty eight mtaphors were created under the four categories. The views of students were highligted the importance of the economy, emotion, technological/academic, and cope with. The results clearly showed that students need more support for distance learning. Also, some psychological and social variables effect directly the education life of the students.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Autobiographic Reflections in Elias Canetti's Work " Auto da
           Fé "

    • Authors: Şahbender ÇORAKLİ; Burcu GÜRER
      Abstract: In this article, it is emphasized from Canetti’s biography in his novel called “Auto da Fé”. Author’s work of art three volume biographies called “The Tongue Set Free”, “The Torch in My Ear” and “The Play of the Eyes”, took on the primary source for grounding the related reflection. These sources are scanned by content analyses method in qualitative research type and resembled or interrelated parts are identified with the work called “Auto da Fé”. As it can be seen from these determinations author’s curiosity for reading, lust for learning, stance against life, taboos and alienation met with the readers over “Doctor Kien” in his work “Auto da Fé”. These overlaps between the author’s life and his work, but clear but implied way, it supports the opinion of encountering author’s traces in Freud’s literary work in an author’s work. Thus, meeting with writing and literature at early ages, Canetti’s test with books are closely experimented and its reflections in his “Auto da Fé” work tried to be clarified and it is aimed to be contributed to similar future studies.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Investigation of Listening Texts and Activities in Turkish Textbooks in
           accordance with Turkish Curriculum

    • Authors: Oğuzhan UZUN; Talat AYTAN, Suat UNGAN
      Abstract: In order to develop basic language skills, there are texts and activities for four basiclanguage skills and grammar in the textbooks. The texts and activities in questionare prepared in order to reflect the achievements in the Turkish LanguageCurriculum to the students as skills. Listening is very important among relatedskills. It directly contributes to the development of other language skills. For thisreason, in the related study, the reflection of the achievements in the program of thetextbooks taught in the fifth and eighth grade level Turkish lessons in the 2021-2022academic year is discussed. In the related study using document analysis, thetextbooks prepared by Anıttepe Publishing and the Ministry of National Educationwere considered as the object of examination. In addition, the opinions of theteachers who took Turkish lessons in the 2021-2022 academic year were taken. As aresult of the examinations, it has been concluded that the texts and activities in thetextbooks are insufficient in reflecting the achievements in the program and thequality of the listening/watching tools should be improved. In the last part of thestudy, suggestions are presented regarding the subject.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Evaluation Valuation Of Family Medicine Performance System On The
           Statistical Regional Efficiency Analysis

    • Authors: Aslı KÖSE
      Abstract: Family medicine plays an important role in raising the health status of the society. With family medicine, which started to be implemented all over Turkey in 2011, accessibility to preventive health services is aimed. This study was evaluated the effect of the family medicine performance system at the statistical region level. For this purpose, data envelopment analysis was applied to one input and six output variables related to family health services of statistical regional. Model was used which is developed by Charnes, Cooper and Rhodes. Analyzes were made with the EMS package program. Data used in the study covering the years 2011-2019 accessed from the Health Statistical Yearbooks. It has been determined that the status of being effective or ineffective varies according to the region and years. There was inefficiency in both scale types, fixed and variable in 2018. Between 2011-2019, it was determined that the Middle Anatolia region was effective and the Southeastern Anatolia region was ineffective. There is a need for improvements that will ensure the efficiency of the family medicine system and the effective use of resources at a level that will reduce regional differences.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Theoretical Analysis of Dyslexia Case: A Qualitative Study on the “Movie
           Stars on the Ground”

    • Authors: Selda KARAHAN; Selda UCA
      Abstract: Dyslexia is one of the most common learning difficulties among children. Although it has been observed that the awareness about dyslexia has increased in recent years, studies aimed at understanding this non-medicated learning disability are gaining in importance. In this study, which was designed based on qualitative research methods, it was aimed to understand the processes experienced by dyslexic children in their social experiences and to raise awareness about dyslexia. In this direction, the contents of the scenes in the movie "Stars on the Ground" (Taare Zameen Par) were interpreted in a theoretical framework with the descriptive analysis method. In the results of the study, it is revealed that children with learning difficulties go through psychologically challenging processes in the society and in their education life, but with the right approach, they can be happy and successful.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Effect Of University Students Gender Roles On Self- Esteem And Life

    • Authors: Dilan YAR; Sinem ULAŞ, Duygu VEFİKULUÇAY YILMAZ
      Abstract: This study was conducted as a descriptive to determine the effect of university students' gender roles (masculine, feminine, androgynous, andambiguous) on self-esteem and life satisfaction. The sample of the study consisted of a total of 338 university students, 167 women, and 171 men. Research data were collected between 31.12.2020-27.05.2021 using the Personal Information Form which prepared by the researchers, BEM Gender Role Inventory, Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, and Life Satisfaction Scale. The data obtained; descriptive statistics were evaluated using the Chi-square test, independent t-test, multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA), correlation and regression. As a result of the analysis, it was found that the self-esteem and life satisfaction of university students showed significant differences according to gender roles. It was determined that androgynous individuals had the highest average in terms of self-esteem and life satisfaction, while individuals with ambiguous gender roles had the lowest average. It is recommended to conduct the study in a larger student group to reveal the possible effects of regional and cultural differences on gender roles, self-esteem, and life satisfaction.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Nimet ÖZSEVİNÇ
      Abstract: In today's technology world, with the gradual increase in the time we spend with mass media, there are differences in our communication skills. The unlimited transformation of mass media manipulates us in this process and drastically changes our consumption habits. One of the points driven by addiction includes technology in global conjuncture. The use of technology widespread by capitalism brings psychological, physiological and sociological problems due to some uncontrolled. Due to the fact that young age groups are born and developed into this uncontrollable process, the problems increase day by day and move forward. The problems following the renewal brought by technological evolution also affect our personal communications and indirectly the methods of accessing information. The individual, who does not want to communicate, can lose his self-control during this process by integrating with the perception that he has met all his needs during his time on the internet. The increasingly technological individual; Even for biological, physiological and psychological health problems, it can search the internet on the Internet. In this study, cyberhondric disease, one of the reflections of technology addiction on individuals, was examined, and it was analyzed whether individuals use the internet for the diagnosis of disease within the scope of internet habits by focusing on technology addiction problems.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Determining Users' Interest Levels for Disasters Specific to Google

    • Authors: Galip USTA
      Abstract: Disasters are situations in which societies cannot cope with their own resources. Therefore, it is necessary to increase the capacity of the society by preparing for disasters. Determining the vulnerability levels of societies and including them in disaster preparedness plans is important in terms of increasing social capacity. It is thought that the level of interest of societies in disaster education and its field has an important denominator in preparing for disasters. In this study carried out; It has been tried to determine the relevant level of the society through some selected keywords related to the disaster. In the study; In general, a query was made with keywords such as "Earthquake", "Earthquake Prayer", "Earthquake Assembly Area", "Collapse-Trap-Hold", "What to Do in an Earthquake", "What Should Be in the Earthquake Bag", which can determine the level of interest of users in general. It has been determined as a remarkable point that the periods in which the related words are trending in intensity come to the periods when earthquakes are experienced. In addition, it was determined that some words were trending during the weeks organized by the educational activities. As a result; It can be said that societies are generally more sensitive to related issues during and after the event. However, it is clear that more attention should be paid to pre-disaster preparedness studies in order to minimize disaster damage. In this context, it can be stated that the total implementation of pre-disaster preparedness activities will increase resilience.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • An Investigation of Teacher Opinions on Transition to Secondary Education

    • Authors: Vedat ÇAKIOĞLU; Hüseyin ERGEN
      Abstract: Purpose of this research is to examine the views of teachers on transition to secondary education system with the help of qualitative research method. Study group of research was selected among secondary school branch teachers working in Mut district of Mersin province. Stratification technique was used to determine the study group. Participants were determined by taking into account their branches, education region and the experience of examination system change. Data were collected through a semi-structured interview form, and for this purpose, face-to-face interviews were conducted with 24 teachers in 2019. After the content analysis, findings were divided into three themes: factors affecting transition system, transition process, and outcomes related to transition system. In addition, system of transition to secondary education was also examined in terms of equality of opportunity and participant views were included for a better secondary education transition system design. According to findings, 2018 changes made in transition to secondary education negatively affected participants' perspectives on the system. The way the change was implemented was cited as the reason for negative point of view. Participants criticized the radical change by mentioning positive aspects of previous secondary education transition system, TEOG (Transition from basic education to secondary education). They stated that there is no plan for placement in secondary education institutions and emphasized that students and parents are negatively affected by this situation. They also stated that system changes cause negative psychological consequences for all stakeholders of education and create hopelessness and insecurity for the future. Participants expressed their suggestions for equal opportunities and planning a better transition system. All these findings were tried to be explained by creating a simple system model.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Addressing COVID-19 in Terms of Disaster Management and Evaluation of
           Public Fear Level

    • Authors: İbrahim Halil ÇELİK; Galip USTA, Mehtap USTA
      Abstract: Mankind has faced many disasters and epidemics throughout history. Many people lost their lives or were harmed in various ways due to disasters and epidemics. In this study, which was carried out in this context, it was aimed to deal with COVID-19, which affected the world and Turkey, in terms of disaster management and to evaluate the level of fear of the people. In the study, in which quantitative research techniques were used, Ahorsu et al. (2020) developed by Ladikli, et al. (2020) adapted into Turkish by COVID-19 Fear Scale (7 items) 5-point Likert method (1. Strongly Disagree, 2. Disagree, 3. Undecided, 4. Agree, 5. Strongly Agree) was used. The study was carried out in Trabzon between the dates 21.01.2021-21.02.2021. In the gender distribution of the participants, 42.7% were women; According to the marital status distribution, 57.3% of which are male individuals, 57.1% of the participants are single; It was determined that 42.9% of them were married. It was determined that the rate of those who had COVID-19 disease was (13.7%), and the rate of those who did not have the disease (86.3%). The mean of the COVID-19 Fear scale was 2.52, and the standard deviation was 0.98. To measure the reliability of the study, the Cronbach Alpha's test was applied and the Alpha's coefficient was found to be 0.87. Fear of COVID-19 was considered in terms of gender variable and a statistically significant difference was found since p=0.000 value was less than p
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Bıophılıc Levels of Vocatıonal School Students

      Abstract: In this study, it was aimed to determine the biophilia levels of vocational school students affiliated with a state university. The sample of this research, which was carried out in the screening model, consists of a total of 446 students, 275 girls and 171 boys, in the 2021-2022 academic year. “Biophilia Scale” was used to collect data. Since the data did not show a normal distribution, they were analyzed with the Mann Whitney U test and Kruskal-Wallis H test, which are non-parametric statistics. As a result of the research, according to the findings obtained from the analysis carried out to determine whether the totals of the students' biophilia scale sub-dimensions and average scores show a significant difference according to gender, there is a statistically significant difference between the Factor 1, Factor 2 and Factor 4 scores of the students' biophilia scale and their gender. It was determined that there was no statistically significant difference between the mean scores of 3 and their genders. The sub-dimensions and average scores of the students' biophilia scale were compared in terms of departments using the Kruskal-Wallis test. It was determined that there was a statistically significant difference between the students' Biophilia scale Factor1, Factor 2, Factor 3 and average scores and their departments, and there was no statistically significant difference between the Factor 4 scores and their departments. The following suggestions are given for the results obtained from the research; The nature education to be given to the students should be started from the primary education level, to increase the level of biophilia in the students, to examine as many species in nature as possible, to visit the botanical and zoo gardens to see many species together, and to include practices that can be more intertwined with nature in the curricula.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Investigation of Prospective Science Teachers’ Answers to Multiple
           Choice Questions about Star: Analysis Wrong Answers as well as Corrects

    • Authors: Ebru EZBERCİ ÇEVİK; Mehmet Altan KURNAZ
      Abstract: The aim of the research is to obtain information about the modeling status of the related science subject by making a concentration analysis of the answers given by the prospective science teachers to the multiple choice questions about the star. The quantitative research method was used in this study. The study group of the research consists of 73 prospective teachers studying at the senior year of the Science Education department of a university in the Western Black Sea Region. Data collection tool "Star Subject Concept Test (SSCT)" was used. The data were analyzed by concentration analysis. In this sense, concentration score, concentration factor and concentration deviation formulas are used. In line with the findings obtained, it was determined that there was LL type modeling in the pretest in prospective teachers, and posttest showed that HH modeling was common in the questions. In the light of the results obtained, suggestions were made to evaluate this situation before teaching and to analyze the effectiveness of different teaching methods.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Rootlessness and Whirlpool of Simulation in John Fowles’s The Magus

    • Authors: İsmail AVCU
      Abstract: In this article, it is demonstrated that the lack of reality is attributed to a confused and disjointed understanding of historicity since the modern person is unable to connect in any way to the past. Therefore, a surface-level and copycat present tend to fill the chasm of rootlessness. Every postmodern individual in such a universe, where there is no room for any type of variation, ends up being identical to the millions of others, but alone. Therefore, the ordinary and uninteresting state of the modern world eventually gives rise to the world of hyperreality, where everything appears to be more fascinating and less dry than the alleged desert of the real outside. In the context of this study, it is asserted that the postmodern person tires of the apparent artificiality of hyperreality and either strives to re-discover the real or confronts the meaningless wasteland left in the wake of the real’s absence.Therefore, the application of this study is valuable in demonstrating an understanding of the scope and impact of hyperreality, simulation, and simulacra on the postmodern individual and how it may be manageable. In a nutshell, this article aims to look into how John Fowles’s The Magus applied Jean Baudrillard’s idea of hyperreality, simulation, and simulacra. Another goal of the article’s examination of the novel is to demonstrate that there is still a chance to break out from the never-ending simulations that Baudrillard claims make up the majority of the modern universe.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Investigation of STEM Activities Competence in Middle School Science

    • Authors: Sibel UYANIK; Aynur ÖZAKDAĞ, Mehtap YILDIRIM
      Abstract: In the Science Curriculum, which has been restructured in line with the requirements of the 21st century, it is aimed that the students look at the problems from an interdisciplinary perspective. Since it is important that the activities in the textbooks are prepared in this direction, it is aimed to examine the STEM activities in the textbooks in terms of unit, achievement, learning environment, activity content, STEM subject area and STEM areas. Case study design was used in the study. In the research, "STEM Activities Evaluation Rubric" was used for document analysis. In addition, the opinions of 10 teachers who applied science STEM activities face-to-face and online in secondary school were taken. It has been observed that STEM activities in the textbooks are associated with at least one acquisition, and the activities do not have a structural partnership. It has been determined that most activities do not have a problem situation, do not offer alternative solutions, at least one STEM discipline is missing, product-oriented and insufficient in terms of evaluation. In this direction, it has been proposed to reorganize the STEM activities in the textbooks in a common structure, to include the features of the STEM activities in the literature and to include alternative measurement tools.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Evaluation of changes in the social relations of healthcare workers
           diagnosed with COVID-19 in a university hospital

    • Authors: Gülçin YAPICI; İrem ALTINÖREN EVGİN, Günnur ERTONG ATTAR, Ahmet Öner KURT
      Abstract: The aim of this study to determine the stigma experienced by healthcare professionals diagnosed with COVID-19 in a university hospital after getting sick, and the change in their relationships with family, work, social environment and their outlook on the future. The datas of the descriptive study were obtained from 108 healthcare workers who were diagnosed with COVID-19 and worked at a university hospital between 29 March and 29 May 2021. The questionnaire was filled online by the participants using Google Forms. The questionnaire consists of 57 questions in which the sociodemographic characteristics of the participants, the changes in their workplace, home and social life after contracting COVID-19, their feelings and thoughts towards their profession, the institution they work for and the government. Chi-square test, Student's t test and Mann-Whitney U test were used in the analysis of datas. p
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • A Study on The Satisfaction Perceptions Towards Distance Education of
           German Teacher Candidates

      Abstract: In this study, it is aimed to reveal the perceptions of students who take courses with distance education during the Covid-19 pandemic period about their saticfactions with distance education system. For this purpose, a questionnaire was applied to 80 undergraduate students who study at Necmettin Erbakan University, Ahmet Keleşoğlu Education Faculty, German Teaching Department. The data which obtained from the questionnaires were online collected and analyzed with descriptive statistics such as frequency and percentage with the help of RStudio program. As a result of the research, it was observed that the students did not adopt the distance education system too much. While it is seen that video recordings, flexible training opportunities and time saving related to maintaining German education with remote methods are positive, issues such as not being able to reach the internet, technical problems and having socially isolated were identified as negative aspects. Another remarkable result of the study is that the students stated that they did not have much difficulty in communicating with the lecturer, although not as much as in face-to-face education. A striking result of the research is the excess of undecided students in each section that constitutes the questionnaire. This result shows that in case the technical problems in distance education are resolved and in case improvement of distance education, students can adopt distance education and be satisfied with it. The fact that most of the students stated that they had difficulty in obtaining technical support is one of the situations that should be improved in distance education and it is suggested that similar studies should be performed in other German teaching departments, so common problems can be detected, and joint steps can be taken to overcome the problems and improve the foreign Language teaching system. Anahtar Kelimeler:; Foreign Language; German Language Teaching; Satisfaction; COVID – 19
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • On the Appropriate Interpretation of Revealed Comparative Advantage

    • Authors: Ayşenur AVAR; Adil KORKMAZ
      Abstract: In this study, Balassa’s revealed comparative advantage index and the indexes of logarithmic revealed comparative advantage, symmetric revealed comparative advantage, weighted revealed comparative advantage, which are defined as an increasing function of the initial one, have been investigated theoretically and empirically from the point of consistency. In theoretical investigating the apparatus for evaluating consistency is the notion of Pearson’s sample correlation. Empirical investigating has been based on the foreign trade data for the year of 2020 of four digits subsectors of Turkish manufacturing industry classified according to ISIC (Rev. 4). The findings obtained from both theoretical and empirical investigating can be listed as follows: If any pair of the indexes mentioned above depend on each other linearly, then they are perfectly consistent as cardinal measure; but if not, they are not perfectly consistent. Moreover, even if they are depend on each other linearly or not, the following result is valid all the time: They are perfectly consistent without no condition when they are interpreted as ordinal measure; and are also perfectly consistent when they are interpreted as dichotomous measure provided that their neutral points are compatible.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Teachers' Opinions on Social Studies Students' Misconceptions
           Regarding the Human and Environmental Learning Area

    • Authors: Muhammet KAHVECİ; Mustafa ŞEKER
      Abstract: Educational programs prepared under the influence of educational theories not only shaped all environments of education and training, but also influenced the contents of the social studies course. Difficulties arise in transferring concepts and information to daily life due to the fact that activities in accordance with active learning principles are not included in the content and practice of social studies courses in Turkey. On the other hand, with the education program published in 2004, constructivist education has been adopted in Turkey. The purpose of this research is to determine the misconceptions of 5th grade students about the learning field of Human and Environment according to the views of social studies teachers, to reveal the reasons for the formation of these misconceptions, to determine the suggestions of the teachers about what activities should be done in order to prevent and eliminate the misconception. The problem of the research; “According to social studies teachers, what are the misconceptions of students about the concepts in the field of people and environment learning'” poses a question. In the research, the data were collected with a structured interview form consisting of four questions. The study group of the research consisted of 40 social studies teachers working in 10 official secondary schools in Esenler district of Istanbul in the 2021-2022 academic year.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Shoppıng Centers as Consumer Habitat Malatya Park Mall Example

    • Authors: Hasan BATAR
      Abstract: Consumption, which is as old as human history, has always been an effective and decisive activity in shaping human and social life from past to present. Consumption, which will change in the future as well as in the past, has become a means of self-expression, self-realization and self-positioning rather than meeting a need for human and society. From this perspective, it reveals the change in the human mind of obtaining something. Because we are faced with very different parameters of what has been consumed due to a need in the past. The main reason behind this change is that the social structure is in constant change. In this study, a theoretical framework of the development adventure of modern consumption has been drawn in the light of consumption theories which provide a perspective on the living spaces of consumption culture.
      PubDate: Sun, 25 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
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