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Occupy Gezi : Est-il possible de penser une rupture durable ?

Abstract : This paper examines various dynamics of the Occupy Gezi movement which differentiate it from other social movements in the history of Turkey, such as its organization, coordination and action methods, its causes and demands, protestors' profiles and the relations between different social groups. I use two major research strategies: (1) a qualitative analysis of my observations during the occupation of Gezi Park (2) non-directive interviews. Data have been collected from interviews, newspapers, and published reports. This article considers Occupy Gezi as a “rupture” in the context of Turkey and discusses if the modifications made by this movement can be permanent.
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Asli Telseren. Occupy Gezi : Est-il possible de penser une rupture durable ?. Encyclo. Revue de l'école doctorale Sciences des Sociétés ED 624, 2014, pp.35-49. ⟨hal-01158303⟩



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