4 edition of Underdevelopment and rural structures in southeastern Turkey found in the catalog.
by Published for the Centre for Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies, University of Durham by Ithaca Press in London
Written in English
|Series||Durham Middle East monographs ;, v. 2|
|LC Classifications||HC493.G57 A93 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||301 p. :|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||86191008|
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Underdevelopment and rural structures in southeastern Turkey: the household economy in Gisgis and Kalhana. [Zülküf Aydın] Underdevelopment and rural structures in southeastern Turkey. London: Published for the Centre for Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies, University of.
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Underdevelopment And Rural Structures In Southeastern Turkey: The Household Economy In Gisgis And Kalhana. Aydin, Zulkuf. Published by Ithaca Press, London (). Turkey is a predominantly mountainous country, and true lowland is confined to the coastal fringes.
About one-fourth of the surface has an elevation above 4, feet (1, metres), and less than two-fifths lies below 1, feet ( metres). The Republic of Turkey straddles Europe and Asia, forming a land bridge that links the Levant, Iran and the Caucasus with Southeastern Europe.
In stark contrast to its predecessor, the Ottoman Empire, modern Turkey is confined largely to the semi-arid, mountainous terrain of the Anatolian Peninsula and the capital-rich lands surrounding the Sea.
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However rural a town may appear to the outsider, there is a distinct difference between a town and the surrounding villages. c) Villages. 54% of the national population is rural in rural Turkey the focus of life is agriculture.
In a typical village, houses with their courtyards are built around a central place.Fanack Home / Turkey / Society, Media & Culture / Society / Family structures February 13th, / December 12th, Traditionally, family structures in Turkey favoured a combination of extended families and nuclear families to promote a patriarchal social order in which maleness and age were the main sources of authority.Highest rate in Southeastern Anatolia-East % Turkey OECD Lowest rate in Central Anatolia West and South % Kütahya, Usak % the difference of 10 percentage points between the highest unemployment rate in izmir (%) and the lowest (%) places turkey in the top 10 OECD countries with the highest regional Size: KB.