Almanya’daki Türklerin 60 Yılının Akademik Çalışmalara Yansıması: Değişen İlgi Alanları, Dönüşen Yaklaşımlar ve Araştırılması Gereken Konular (Reflection of 60 Years of Turks in Germany on Academic Studies: Changing Interests, Transforming Approaches and Topics to be Researched)

Abstract

After the labor agreement between Turkey and Germany on October 30, 1961, massive mass migrations from Turkey to Germany took place. It has been observed that this migration movement, which was initially planned to be temporary, started to become permanent over time. Thus, a Turkish diaspora, which has existed in Germany for 60 years, has emerged. All these processes have also been the focus of academic research in Turkey. Turks in Germany have been discussed in different contexts in academic studies since the 1960s. While labor migration was discussed in the context of economy, remittance, and industrialization movements in the 1960s, the education, language, and culture issues of the new generations who grew up in Germany in the 1980s and those who returned were focused on. When it comes to the 2000s, it is seen that the studies are focused on issues such as education, language, identity, citizenship and xenophobia. This study examines how the mass migration from Turkey to Germany after 1961 and the Turks in Germany, which became permanent over time, reflected on academic studies and in what context they were the subject of academic studies through theses written in Turkey.

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Details

Primary Language English
Subjects Sociology
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Muhammet Mustafa İYİ
Göttingen Georg-August Üniversitesi
0000-0003-3152-0757
Germany

Publication Date September 30, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume 1, Issue 2

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