New Declarations from Faculty Members and Graduate Degree Students of Social Science and Public Administration

Faculty members of the Graduate School of Social Science and Public Administration, including Faculty Member Dr. Korhan Mühürcüoğlu as the Vice Director of the Graduate School of Social Sciences, participated in, and presented declarations in their respective fields of study at, the National Political Science Congress organized by the Turkish Political Science Association between September 24 and 25 this year.   The declarations presented were “Stakeholder Participation in Legislative Committees” by Faculty Member Dr. Eda Bektaş, “The Relationship Between Different Refugee Identities and Community Acceptance: A Social Media Analysis” by Faculty Member Dr. Asuman Özgür Keysan, and “Ahmet Mithat Efendi and Schopenhauer:
The Debate of Pessimism in the Ottoman Empire and the Problem of Modernity” by Faculty Member Dr. Korhan Mühürcüoğlu. 

In addition, Orçun Oltulu, a student of the Thesis Graduate Degree Program in Political Science and Public Administration, presented their declaration in their field of study titled “Political Philosophy as a Method for Measuring the Fairness of Laws”, also within the framework of their thesis studies.

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