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Uluslararası Anadolu Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi / International Anatolian Journal of Social Sciences
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  • A STUDY OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN’S SOCIAL PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS

    • Authors: Dönüş TEMİZ UYAR; Zülfiye Gül ERCAN
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to analyse preschool children’s social problem solving skills and the factors influencing those skills. Study sample, designed in survey model, consist of 200 children (103 boys,97 girls) who attend preschools and kindergartens located in Marmaraereglisi district of Tekirdağ province and affiliated with the National Education Ministry. In the study, demographic data of the participants were collected with the General Information Form, and data on children's social problem solving skills were collected with the Wally Social Problem Solving Test. As a result of the research, it was concluded that age and pre-school education had an effect on children's social problem-solving skills, while gender, socio-economic status, education and job of parents, family type and number of children in the family were not.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • TRAUMA ANALYSIS OF HUMAN SKELETAL REMAINS FROM THE ASSYRIAN TRADE COLONIES
           PERIOD AT KÜLTEPE, CENTRAL ANATOLIA/TURKEY

    • Authors: Tolga KÖROĞLU; Ayla SEVİM EROL, Fikri KULAKOĞLU
      Abstract: The subject of the study is the demographic analysis and traumas of the people who lived during the Middle Bronze Age Assyrian Trade Colonies Period, excavated from Kültepe on the Central Anatolian plateau. A total of 61 individuals were identified from the examined human skeletal remains, including 25 males, 24 females, 6 individuals of undetermined gender, and 6 children and adolescents. Various traumas were detected on the skeletal remains of these individuals. After analyzing the distribution of traumas based on age and gender, the types of these traumas were explained. Comparisons were made with other societies that existed in Anatolia during the same period. While various traumas caused by violence were encountered in other societies, it is understood that the traumas observed in the population of Kültepe were mainly the result of accidents, falls, and occupational incidents. It is stated that the inhabitants of Kültepe consisted of various ethnic communities. Archaeological studies indicate that the residents of Kültepe, comprised of multiple ethnic groups, lived in accordance with the laws and rules established by the regional authorities. The results obtained from human skeletal remains support these archaeological results.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • INVESTIGATION OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING LEVELS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
           TEACHERS IN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

    • Authors: Selçuk ÖZER; Cahit NURİ, Başak BAĞLAMA
      Abstract: Psychological well-being levels of special education teachers can generally vary depending on the stress factors related to their work, workload, student needs and other work-related difficulties. However, there can be a high level of stress and workload among special education teachers in general. Psychological well-being is an important factor in special education. Special education teachers may encounter various obstacles such as students’ behavioral problems. In order to overcome these obstacles, it is important to support teachers’ psychological well-being. Therefore, in this study, it was aimed to examine the psychological well-being levels of special education teachers according to different variables in the Covid-19 pandemic. Descriptive survey model was used in the study. The study group of the research consisted of 133 special education teachers serving in special education schools in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus in the 2020-2021 academic year. In order to collect data, “Demographic Information Form” and “Psychological Well-Being Scale” were used in the study. The analysis of the data obtained in the research was carried out using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) 24.0 program. According to the findings of the study, it was determined that the scores of special education teachers from the Psychological Well-Being Scale were high. It was determined that the difference between the Psychological Well-Being Scale scores of the special education teachers included in the study according to age groups, professional seniority, marital status and daily working time was statistically significant. The scores of teachers in the age group of 40 and over were found to be higher than those of the 20-29 age group. It has been found that teachers with 11-15 years and 16 years and above have higher scores from the scale compared to teachers with less seniority. Married teachers' scores on the Psychological Well-Being Scale were found to be higher than those of single teachers. Teachers who work 1-5 hours a day scored higher than their colleagues who work 6-10 hours. It was determined that there was no significant difference according to the results of Psychological Well-Being Scale according to gender, educational status and monthly household income.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • A RESEARCH ON THE VOCAL EXERCISES USED BY VOICE TRAINERS WORKING IN THE
           DEPARTMENTS OF MUSIC EDUCATION

    • Authors: Ece CELASUN; Harun KESKİN
      Abstract: The aim of this research is to reveal the vocal exercises used by voice educators working in music education departments. The research was conducted with a holistic single-case design, which is one of the qualitative research methods. The study group of the research consisted of 16 voice educators working in music education departments. The vocal exercises obtained from online interviews with voice educators were notated and written with a note-writing program. In this framework, the research data were obtained through a semi-structured interview form created by the researchers and analyzed descriptively. While it was understood that all of the voice educators had their students perform vocal exercises, used the vocal exercises they had learned from their own teachers in the past, and stated that they used the piano effectively; it was found that the majority of them used vocal exercises in major scales in the interval of 5. It is recommended that vocal educators should use exercises with melodies that have major-minor changes in their structure and that blend different intervals instead of sequential melodies.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • THE OPINIONS OF TEACHER CANDIDATES ON THE CONCEPT OF METAVERSE AND WEB 3.0

    • Authors: Esin AĞGÜL; Sema ALTUN YALÇIN, Paşa YALÇIN
      Abstract: This study aims to shed light on the opinions of pre-service teachers studying at universities about the concepts of Web 3.0 and the metaverse that have risen during the pandemic process. This research was carried out with 60 pre-service teachers studying at one of the universities in the Eastern Anatolia region. In this research, the phenomenological research method, as one of the qualitative research methods, was adopted for the study. Based on the data found in the research, it was revealed that this group of teachers was not familiar with the concepts of the metaverse world. It was observed that a few of the pre-service teachers knew about the concepts of the metaverse world and Web 3.0, but it was determined that this knowledge was superficial at a surface level.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • GRADUATE THESES ON HEALTH LITERACY IN TURKEY: A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS

    • Authors: Dilan DENİZ AKAN
      Abstract: This study aims to examine postgraduate theses conducted on health literacy in Turkey using the bibliometric analysis method. This research, which is retrospective-descriptive in nature, is based on a sample of postgraduate theses on health literacy conducted between 2012 and 2022 in Turkey with open access availability. To achieve this, a retrospective search was conducted using the Turkish keywords “sağlık okuryazarlığı" (health literacy) and “sağlık okuryazarlık” (health literateness) as well as the English keyword “health literacy" in the Turkish Higher Education Institution National Thesis Center scanning engine. As a result of the searches, 377 postgraduate thesis studies that were conducted on health literacy and met the inclusion criteria were examined within the scope of the research. Descriptive statistical methods were used for data evaluation. It was found that 99.2% of the theses examined in the research were published in Turkish, 54.6% were master's theses, 46.4% were conducted in the Institute of Health Sciences, and the majority (87.5%) had a descriptive research design. It was determined that the university with the highest number of theses produced on health literacy was the University of Health Sciences (17.8%), and the year with the highest number of thesis publications was 2022 (28.9%). In conclusion, it was observed that the number of postgraduate theses published on health literacy has significantly increased in recent years, and many postgraduate theses have been produced from different disciplines as well as health sciences. However, it is believed that experimental studies related to health literacy have not yet reached the desired level. It is estimated that it will be useful to plan interventions that will increase the level of health literacy in future studies and emphasize experimental studies.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • ADAPTATION OF THE TRADITIONAL FATHERHOOD SCALE INTO TURKISH: VALIDITY AND
           RELIABILITY STUDY

    • Authors: Müjdat AVCI; İbrahim AKSAKAL
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to adapt the Traditional Fatherhood Scale developed by Whatley and Knox (2005) into Turkish and to conduct a reliability and validity analysis of the scale. The sample of the study consisted of 412 university students studying at Erzincan Binali Yıldırım University, Kafkas University, and Osmaniye Korkut Ata University. The Cronbach's alpha coefficient of the scale was calculated as .88, and the test-retest reliability coefficient was calculated as .95. Confirmatory factor analysis of the scale, which has a single-factor structure, was conducted using the SPSS Amos program, and it was found that the factor loadings ranged between .63 and .85. According to the research results, the CMIN, DF, CMIN/DF, RMSEA, CFI, and GFI values of the scale were within acceptable limits. The results obtained from reliability and validity analyses have shown that the Turkish version of the scale can be used.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • A META-SYNTHESIS STUDY ON THE PROBLEMS FACED BY FOREIGN STUDENTS IN
           EDUCATION

    • Authors: Aylin ALTINIŞIK AKGÖZ; Miray DAĞYAR
      Abstract: The purpose of this article is to try to understand the problems faced by foreign primary school students in education. The data of the research was obtained by meta-synthesis and interview methods, which are qualitative research methods. A total of 22 research studies meeting the specified criteria were included in the meta-synthesis. The study group of the interviews was limited to 5 classroom teachers working in a primary school in Antalya and 10 foreign students studying in the same school. The analysis of the data obtained from the interviews was conducted using content analysis. According to the findings, it can be said that the main source of the emerging problems is “the lack of knowledge of the Turkish language”. Additionally, the findings revealed that foreign students who do not speak Turkish experience difficulties both academically and socially.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • ANALYSIS OF FAN ANTHEMS THROUGH SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS METHOD: THE CASE OF
           TRABZONSPOR FOOTBALL CLUB

    • Authors: Volkan AYDOĞDU
      Abstract: Football, one of the sports with intense competition, holds great importance for anthems. It is crucial for fans to know these anthems and emotionally accompany them during matches, as they provide motivating power to the teams. Therefore, the meaning contained within team anthems is highly influential. Anthems help individuals express their feelings and passions towards their teams. The aim of this study is to conduct a semiotic analysis of the concepts within the anthems belonging to the Trabzonspor football team. To achieve this, the lyrics of the anthems found on the official Trabzonspor website were analyzed by decoding their content within the framework of Saussure's semiotics model, consisting of the signifier, the signified, and the sign relationship. In this context, excerpts from the lyrics of five randomly selected anthems found on the Trabzonspor official website were analyzed. In semiotic research, the principle of pertinence must be adopted from the beginning. According to the principle of pertinence, a decision is made at the start of the research, and the compiled facts are described only from one aspect, disregarding all other aspects. In accordance with this principle, only excerpts related to “concepts” were analyzed while ignoring other aspects. The signifiers reached through the content analysis of the existing anthems on the Trabzonspor website include the concepts of “success”, “belonging, “regional characteristics”, “dedication”, “limitlessness”, “inclusiveness”, “fan love”, and “international success”. In addition, “success” and “regional characteristics” stand out more compared to other signifiers. Thus, there exists a strong and dynamic relationship between the club anthems and the team supporters. Furthermore, the fact that the composed fan anthems exhibit intense emotions reveals that they were created with a specific purpose in mind.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • AN ASSESSMENT ON FINANCIAL THERAPY

    • Authors: Patrizia MURADİ
      Abstract: Financing is a vital reality today. When the financial balance is disrupted and the necessary effort cannot be made to correct it, the concept of money, which constitutes its essence, can continue to be a problem in everyone's life. Even if the individual or family tries, sometimes it is not possible to overcome such problems and it becomes necessary to seek support. Financial Therapy is an interdisciplinary intervention method in which both finance and psychology experts come together to rebuild the necessary structure. It was implemented in the United States of America (USA) in the early 2000s. In this study, an attempt has been made to give a general idea about the related therapy and its models. In this context, a summary of the studies conducted in the USA and the literature on the subject were examined.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • AN INDIVIDUAL LEVEL INVESTIGATION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BEING A
           SINGLE PARENT AND POVERTY

    • Authors: Esra KARAPINAR KOCAĞ
      Abstract: Single parenting has been a growing type of family structure both in Western countries and Eastern ones. Changing economic and social conditions have contributed to this growth. Poverty or worsening welfare is also a growing concern in society. This study, therefore, investigates whether being a single parent is associated with a poverty risk. To do so, The Current Population Survey (CPS) which is a commonly used data source applied in social science from Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS) database were utilised. Being a reliable source with large sample sizes and various subjects covered in the U.S. population makes IPUMS widely preferable data source with micro level data on individuals and household. This empirical investigation, therefore, relies on IPUMS CPS data to explain poverty risk of single parents. Findings reveal that being a single parent is significantly associated with being below the poverty line. Additionally, sex, age, employment status, education level, race, and citizenship status were found to be significant to explain poverty.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • BOOK REVIEW ON TRAUMA LITERATURE: “38 TRAUMA HEALING AND MY
           MOTHER'S CENTURY”

    • Authors: Emine SONAL
      Abstract: 38, Trauma, Healing, and My Mother’s Century by Yusuf Arslan, an academician, and writer, is a biographical example of trauma literature. This book recounts the experiences of Sabriye, who witnessed and fell victim to the horrific trauma that occurred in 1938. This testimony is also the tragedy of the Dersim people in 1938. What sets this work apart from others is its concentration not only on the memoirs but also on the processes of trauma and healing, opening up new perspectives. In his work, Arslan narrates the events that his mother Sabriye, who was only 6 years old at the time, recounted to him years later, about the tragedy. Sabriye experiences trauma as the sole surviving child of her family in the village of Dersim. She lies wounded under the bodies of her deceased family members for a night. The following day, her aunt finds Sabriye, whose body had been pierced by six gunshot wounds, causing bleeding, internal injuries, and loss of consciousness. Sabriye’s aunt, Fatma, has a new task: it is to take care of Sabriye, the sole survivor, and provide her with medical treatment in order to keep the last member of her brother’s family, collectively killed in the massacre, alive and to continue the family tree. With the help of her aunt, Sabriye, who receives basic healthcare and manages to sustain her life, finds her own methods to overcome the trauma she experienced. Surprisingly, Sabriye, who received no medical assistance or therapy, becomes a normal and healthy individual. Sabriye gets married, establishes a home, and becomes a great parent to her nine children. This book emphasizes that Sabriye, who is 94 years old, never underwent any surgeries and has a very strong memory. Overcoming trauma on her own by methods she finds independently, she demonstrates determination, patience, resilience, and strength. It is believed that this memoir will have a profound impact on readers whose family trees have been shattered or who have experienced devastating traumas themselves.
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  • OPINIONS OF CANDIDATE TEACHERS REGARDING THE CONTRACTED TEACHING PROCESS

    • Authors: Özgün ÖZTÜRK; Tuba AYDIN GÜNGÖR
      Abstract: Teachers are one of the important actors in the field of education. In today’s world, teachers are classified as contracted teachers, permanent teachers, paid teachers, and substitute teachers. It can be observed that there are certain financial and personnel differences among these types of teaching positions. These differences put contracted teachers at a disadvantage. This study aims to determine the opinions of candidate teachers regarding the contracted teaching process in light of these differences. The study employs the qualitative research method of phenomenology and utilizes the focus group interview technique. The study group consists of 15 teachers who work in the Of and Hayrat districts of Trabzon Province during the 2021-2022 academic year. The random sampling method was used to determine the study group. As a data collection tool, a semi-structured questionnaire prepared by the researcher was used. According to the findings, it is understood that candidate teachers experience problems in multiple areas.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • UNHEARD ASPECT OF THE LABOR FORCE: MIGRANT WORKERS, DECENT WORK, AND
           SOCIAL SECURITY

    • Authors: Aylin Sinem GÜLTAÇ
      Abstract: It is estimated that there are approximately 272 million migrants worldwide in 2019. According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), there are around 169 million migrant workers globally, constituting about 5% of the workforce. Migrant workers, considered disadvantaged groups in societies, are often employed under poor working conditions, low wages, and no social protection. They also face problems such as racism, discrimination, non-recognition of their professional qualifications, cultural challenges, language barriers, barriers in the labor market, lack of safety training, and lack of access to healthcare support. As a result, migrant workers who cannot access healthy and safe working conditions are forced to return to their home countries. This study utilizes secondary data to present the concepts and requirements of job security within the framework of the “decent work” and social security practices outlined by the ILO from the perspective of migrant workers. The aim of this study is to contribute to the identification and implementation of policies for migrant workers in the world and in Turkey and to examine the jobs in which migrants are employed and the problems encountered by migrant workers.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • INVESTIGATION OF EXAM ANXIETY AMONG FACULTY OF SPORTS SCIENCES STUDENTS
           ACCORDING TO CERTAIN VARIABLES

    • Authors: Erol DOĞAN; Osman İMAMOĞLU
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to investigate exam anxiety among Faculty of Sports Sciences students based on gender, department of study, income status, and participation in competitions. For this purpose, data from a total of 332 students who completed the exam anxiety scale were analyzed. T-test, one-way analysis of variance, and LSD tests were used for comparisons. There are no significant differences in exam anxiety subscales and total scores among Faculty of Sports Sciences students based on gender (p>0.05). There are no significant differences in exam anxiety subscales and total scores among Faculty of Sports Sciences students based on the department they study in (p>0.05). There are significant differences in exam anxiety subscales, namely “Others’ Opinions” and “Your Own Opinion,” as well as total scores (p0.05). There is a negative relationship between exam anxiety and participation in competitions within a club (p
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  • SEYYID YAHYA SHIRVANI'S UNDERSTANDING OF SPIRITUAL JOURNEY (SEYR U
           SULUK)

    • Authors: İlahe MEMMEDOVA KURŞUN
      Abstract: Sayyid Yahya-yı Shirvani was born in the city of Shamakhi in Azerbaijan in the 15th century. Shirvani, who is a descendant of Ahl-i beyt, spent a part of his life in Shamakhi and a large part in the city of Baku. Shirvani, who is the second leader of the Khalwatiyya sect, is a sufi who produced works for the first time in the lands of Azerbaijan and in the Khalwatiyya sect and who trained caliphs and sent them to different geographies with the duty of guidance, his views on spiritual journey (seyr u suluk) are very important. When we look at his works, it is seen that he generally focused on the spiritual education of the salik (dervish) and discussed the paths that he would take in detail. In no previous study, Shirvani's method of spiritual education has been revealed in a holistic way. In this article, Shirvani's life and works are briefly mentioned, and his works are evaluated and presented for the first time in the context of spiritual journey.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • A REVIEW ON THE ROLE OF PARENT ATTITUDES IN EXAM ANXIETY

    • Authors: Demet KARAKARTAL
      Abstract: Exam success is central in the relationship between parents and children. In some families, even exam success is perceived as a turning point. In today's success-oriented and competitive system, children are faced with a large number of exam experiences from an early age. Exam processes that children have to face also reveal exam anxiety. Personality traits of individuals are effective in the emergence of test anxiety. In addition, fear of being evaluated and especially parental attitudes are other factors that cause test anxiety. In addition, the parenting style of parents also plays a role in test anxiety. In particular, children raised with an authoritarian family attitude may have more test anxiety. In addition, challenging exam conditions increase the anxiety level of individuals. exam anxiety; It can negatively affect children's perspective, attitudes and achievements towards lessons. The findings reveal that democratic family attitude contributes to suppressing test anxiety, while authoritarian family attitude increases test anxiety.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • PERIODICAL SPATIAL CHANGES (1985 TO 2022) AND ECOLOGICAL RISK FACTORS IN
           THE COASTAL LAGOONS OF THE ÇUKUROVA DELTA

    • Authors: Mehtap BAYRAK
      Abstract: Coastal areas are valuable ecosystems rich in natural resource potential and biodiversity. These ecosystems, which are always open to development and under development pressure, have been the most important economic resource of nations and states from past to present. In the process following the industrial revolution, rapidly growing urban areas and population used the areas outside the city as recreation areas at first, but with the realisation of the available resources, the coasts started to function as different areas of use. In this study, it was aimed to make an ecological risk assessment of the coastal lagoons with high economic potential and biodiversity value located on the coasts of the Çukurova Delta and their immediate surroundings by using land cover/use classes data. The ecological risk classes were determined by using the weighted overlay method in the Geographic Information Systems environment using the data obtained from satellite images of 1985, 2010 and 2022, and the negative effects of land cover and use types on natural resources were determined from very low risk to very high risk, with 1 being the lowest risk and 5 being very high risk. According to the results obtained, in the 37-year period between 1985-2010-2022, the highest expansion is observed in agricultural areas and settlement areas, while these areas are in the low, medium and risky group in ecological risk assessment, while dunes, marsh areas and lagoons have serious shrinkage in the water body surface. These areas were identified as high and very high risk areas in ecological risk assessment. While dune, marsh and water body surface area constitute natural resources with ecological risk, settlements and agricultural areas are determined as factors that create negative environmental impact on these natural resources.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • THE ESTABLISHMENT AND EXPANSION PROCESS OF PTT IN TUNCELİ: 1950-2000

    • Authors: Şengül ŞENOL
      Abstract: People have developed various methods of communication throughout history. As humanity transitioned to settled life, different methods such as fire, smoke, light, mirrors, drums, whistles, or sounds were used for communication. Today, we are in the era of Industry 4.0 and the concept known as 5.0, the “Super Smart Society,” in the information age. Society 5.0 refers to a new stage in the development of humanity's transition from a “hunter-gatherer society-agricultural society-industrial society-information society” to a “Super Smart Society.” Since 1940, with the beginning of the Information Age, the Turkish Postal and Telegraph Organization (PTT) has gained momentum, especially with the establishment of the Republic of Turkey. Post offices, which are the official communication channel of a city, also hold invaluable importance for the official records and memory of that city. Due to the intense relationship between urban memory and the post office, any interference with post offices not only disrupts communication processes and institutionalization among masses, individuals, and institutions but also undermines the city's communication and memory of its own past. In this context, this study also examines the history of Tunceli PTT, officially established in 1937, after a tumultuous process of 98 years since the establishment steps were taken during the Tanzimat period (1839). While the Provincial Directorate and Telephone Directorate, affiliated with the headquarters in Ankara, were established in Tunceli in 1937 and 1938, respectively, it was not until 1960, due to the economic and political processes both in Turkey and Tunceli, that the first PTT branches could be opened in Tunceli. In this study, the initial establishment dates, functions, modes of service to the people, stamped postcards, and how they were received locally are analyzed and concluded using a qualitative analysis method for the branches located in the center and districts.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • THE EFFECT OF IMMIGRATION FROM PAST TO PRESENT ON CITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL
           VIEWS

    • Authors: Rabia KÜÇÜKDAĞ
      Abstract: Regardless of the reason for migration, it is one of the most important social events affecting a society. Migration is of special importance because it is not only about the immigrant, but also the place of emigration, the place of emigration, the local people, the culture, the economy, and the bureaucracy. In this study, the effect of migration on the city and the environment is discussed. The most basic point that distinguishes this study from others is the aspect of associating the environmental dimension with migration. Research findings revealed that mass migration does not only cause urbanization problems, but also has intense effects on urbanization awareness, which requires adaptation to the city. In addition, it has been understood that the mass migration to the city brings with it some environmental problems such as air, water, environmental pollution, traffic and noise
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • AN INVESTIGATION OF GASTRONOMY AND CITY MARKETING IN THE CASE OF
           KAYSERİ

    • Authors: Nimet ELMACIOĞLU; Gökhan SEÇME
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to examine the impact of gastronomy on urban marketing at the scale of Kayseri province. Additionally, the evaluation of the effect of gastronomy on urban marketing from the perspective of different consumer groups has been conducted. A survey study was conducted on consumers to determine the effects and importance of gastronomic components on urban marketing and to evaluate its potential specifically in Kayseri. The empirical part of the study was conducted with consumers who received service from restaurants in Kayseri. The sample of the research consists of 450 visitors who dined in restaurants in Kayseri. The data was analyzed using statistical tests in addition to frequency and percentage distributions. As a result of the analysis, it was concluded that gastronomic factors have an impact on the promotion and marketing of cities, and it is expected that this impact will increase even more in the future.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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