Regime Change in Turkey Neoliberal Authoritarianism, Islamism and Hegemony / edited by Errol Babacan, Melehat Kutun, Ezgi Pinar, Zafer Yilmaz.Series: Routledge advances in sociologyPublisher: London : Routledge, 2021Edition: 1st editionDescription: 1 online resource illustrations (black and white)Content type: text | still image Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781000367188; 1000367185; 9781000367256; 1000367258; 9781003098638; 1003098630Subject(s): AK Parti (Turkey) | AK Parti (Turkey) | 2000-2099 | Regime change -- Turkey | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Conservatism & Liberalism | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General | Politics and government | Regime change | Turkey -- Politics and government -- 21st century | TurkeyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version :: No titleDDC classification: 956.104 LOC classification: DR603 | .R44 2021Online resources: Click here to access online | Taylor & Francis | EBSCOhost
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
<P>Introduction -- Debating Regime Transformation in Turkey: Myths, Critiques and Challenges </P><I><P>Errol Babacan, Melehat Kutun, Ezgi Pınar, Zafer Yılmaz</P></I><P></P><B><P>PART I: POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REGIME CHANGE</P></B><P></P><P>1. Crisis of What? Crisis <I>in</I> or <I>of</I> Neoliberalism? A Brief Encounter with the Debate on the Authoritarian Turn</P><I><P>Galip L. Yalman</P></I><P>2. A Labour-Oriented Perspective on Regime Discussions in Turkey</P><I><P>Ezgi Pınar</P></I><P>3. Making the New-Neoliberal State in Turkey: Beyond the Prevailing Master Narrative</P><I><P>Melehat Kutun</P></I><P>4. Global Class Constitution of the AKP's 'Authoritarian Turn' by Neoliberal Financialization</P><I><P>Pınar Bedirhanoglu</P></I><P>5. Transformation of News Media in the Neoliberal Era: The Turkish Case</P><I><P>Eylem �Camuro�glu �C��g and �Unsal �C��g</P></I><P>6. Internationalized Class Governance and the AKP's Populism -- Contradicting Elements? On Turkey's Integration with the European Union</P><I><P>Axel Gehring</P><P></P></I><B><P>PART II: CULTURAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REGIME CHANGE</P><P></P></B><P>7. Hegemony and Privileges: Reproduction of Islamism in Turkey</P><I><P>Errol Babacan</P></I><P>8. Regime Change in Turkey: Old Symbols into New Settings</P><I><P>Simten Cosar</P></I><P>9. Recent Right-Wing Lurches in India and Turkey: What Do They Have in Common?</P><I><P>Ismail Doga Karatepe</P><P></P></I><B><P>PART III: MOMENTS OF RESISTANCE AGAINST REGIME CHANGE</P></B><I><P></P></I><P>10. Laicism and the Struggle of Alevis against the Rise of Political Islam in the AKP Era</P><I><P>Hakan Mertcan </P></I><P>11. The Politics of Legality of the Authoritarian Liberal Regime in Turkey</P><I><P>Zeynep Kıvılcım</P></I><P>12. Constructing a Language of Peace through Women's Struggles -- The Case of Women for Peace Initiative in Turkey</P><I><P>Meral Camcı</P></I>
Turkey's new presidential regime, promoted and shaped by the Justice and Development Party (AKP), has become a global template for rising authoritarianism. Its violence intensifi es the exigency for critical analysis. By focusing on neoliberal authoritarian, hegemonic and Islamist aspects, this book sheds light on long- term dynamics that resulted in the regime transformation. It presents a comprehensive study at a time when rising authoritarianism challenges liberal democracies on a global scale.Reaching from critical political economy and state theory to media, gender and cultural studies, this volume covers a range of studies that transcend disciplinary boundaries. These essays challenge the narrative of an "authoritarian turn" that splits the AKP era into democratic and authoritarian periods. Hence, recent transformation is analyzed in a broad historical framework which is sensitive to both continuities and shifts. Studies that explore moments of resistance and relate the political development in Turkey to rising authoritarianism and the crisis- driven trajectory of neoliberalism on a global scale are included in this effort. Since the advancement of neoliberal policies in conjunction with the religious project that is pushed forward by the AKP suggests that the ongoing transformation may well advance into a more totalitarian regime, this book strives to inform struggles that are trying to resist and reverse this development. By reviewing the dynamics and impacts of recent authoritarian developments, it calls on critical scholars to further seek out potentials and dynamics of opposition in the current authoritarian era.
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