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By Bilge Yesil

In Media in New Turkey, Bilge Yesil unlocks the complexities surrounding and penetrating cutting-edge Turkish media. Yesil makes a speciality of a convergence of worldwide and household forces that diversity from the 1980 army coup to globalization's inroads and the new resurgence of political Islam. Her research foregrounds how those and different forces develop into intertwined, and he or she makes use of Turkey's media to unpack the ever-more-complex relationships.

 

Yesil confronts crucial questions concerning: the function of the kingdom and armed forces in development the buildings that formed Turkey's media method; media diversifications to ever-shifting contours of political and financial energy; how the far-flung monetary pursuits of media conglomerates go away them prone to nation strain; and the methods Turkey's politicized judiciary criminalizes yes speech.

 

Drawing on neighborhood wisdom and a wealth of Turkish resources, Yesil presents an engrossing examine the fault traces carved through authoritarianism, culture, neoliberal reform, and globalization inside Turkey's more and more far-reaching media.

 

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