Author(s): Bahar ÖZSOY
The case of migration identified as crossing an international border by a person or a group of people or going a place to another place in a state has led to the most important human tragedy of the century in the last 30 years. When it is considering that migration has led to the mass migration more than 175 million people in the last fifty years the importance of studies on migration is further increased. According to the 2015 Human Development Report, between the years 1990-2013 247 million people migrated for various reasons and half of that number were women. From this perspective “migration” most affects women and children in the context of effects and consequences. This effect should be considered ?n terms of both immigrants and target countries. This study focuses on issue of migration to Turkey which is destination country after the civil war in Syria. Turkey opened Gates to the immediate neighbors after the civil war in Syria in 2011; this situation affected dramatically both women's lifes in boundaries and Syrian women's life. Gaziantep which is near the Syrian border in the geographical sense is trying to live with hosted by almost 400 thousand Syrian guests. Though the city has experienced an expansion in the commercial context with civil war and migration in Syrian, in the context socio-cultural it seems that migration brings significant problems in social life. Especially women are affected by this problem and this effect is change based on women's tolerance of "hospitality" is to change perceptions based on the women's tolerance of "hospitality" perceptions. This study is based on field research conducted in 1004 with a woman in the city in 2015. This study was conducted in consultation with the city's residents. In this context, it has been the main focus of the study that women who are exposed to the effects of migration as live migration of analyzing the situation, considering the demands and expectations of "mainstreaming" of the implementation of policy requirements. In this context, ongoing analysis of the migration process and important actors in the women's changing urban life quality of social life was assessed by the study.