HAS THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY BEEN CONTINUING TO USE RELIGION AS THEIR TOOL TO REACH THE MINDS OF THE PUBLIC?

Abstract

Author(s): Sibel AYDIN

This study aims to show that in terms of political structure there is a huge difference between the Republic of Turkey and the Empire however the impact of religion has been seen during different periods of the Republic of Turkey. The Islamist movement is rather visible in the society today, the number of mosques in the country and Ramadan tents everywhere the number of veiled women demonstrate Islamism visually. At that atmosphere, in my opinion, veiled or unveiled it is not too much important, and the important thing is their delaying tactic, still in the state, patriarchal hegemony denies women. Therefore, as for the women issue, I do not think, headscarves was emergence, the most important thing is that Turkish women, particularly Islamist women should question the fact that their status is determined by men

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