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    The Marriage Process In Turkish Culture The United States is a country, founded on freedom, immersed with immigrants hoping to secure their independence and reconstruct their lives. The United States, unlike many other countries, is made up entirely of different cultures and ethnic groups. This country is home to many middle-eastern citizens, with a great majority of Turkish Americans. According to the Embassy of the United States, there are currently 500,000 Americans with “Turkic” descent (TMPFA)

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    The culture of my country, Turkey, combines an extremely diverse, as well as, a heterogeneous set of elements that have been derived from the various cultures of the Caucasian, Central Asian, Eastern European and Eastern Mediterranean (West Asian) traditions. The majority of these traditions were originally brought together by the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empire is a multi-ethnic and a multi-religious state. During the early years of the republic, the government invested a really large amount

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    Turkish is one of the youngest and rapidly developing languages; furthermore approximately 80 million people speak Turkish as a mother language in the world. 1928 was a very crucial year for the development of the Modern Turkish language because Latin alphabet adopted instead of Arabic script and after this transition numerous events sequentially shape the Turkish language. On the other hand, the use of contemporary the Turkish language triggers some concerns. Although the Turkish language has been

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    Restaurant review: Guzel Guzel; a fine, authentic, Turkish cuisine that offers genuine, lip-smacking dishes was established on the 27th of June 2014 and it’s only branch is located in Manama, Saqiyah Avenue. The restaurant is named after one of Turkey’s most remarkable, ambitious and loved actress ‘Vallah Guzel Olmus’ which is one of the reasons why it is the only restaurant in Bahrain that truly reflects an image of Turkey’s culture. It’s traditional food, eye-grabbing décor, atmosphere and the

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    The objective of writing this report is to plan hypothetical a fully licensed themed food and beverage outlet. The cuisine of the restaurant is Turkish. Turkish cuisine is mainly the inheritance of Ottoman cuisine. Ottoman cuisine is the union of Central Asian, Middle Eastern, Caucasian, Balkan and Mediterranean cuisine. The name of the restaurant is Turkish Café located in Auckland. Auckland, being a CBD (Central Business District), is a good place for tourists and businessmen to visit. Restaurant

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    Armenian Genocide Causes

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    Genocide happened, but there is no reason bigger than the fact that the Turkish Government was unsatisfied with the religious state of the Armenians. The Armenians had established their national religion as Christianity unlike Turkey who was mostly Muslim. The main group that enforced this was called the Young Turks. The Young Turks were a group that had taken control of Turkey. According to the United Human Rights Council, “[The Turkish Government] exploited the religious, cultural, economic and political

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    The Turkish Language Reform And Its Effects Linguists consider language as a living asset. It rises, develops and eventually dies. If we consider the language our grandparents use, we surely remark some differences with our language usage. My grandmother still says “ bencileyin” instead of “ benim gibi” for instance. The improving technology, the intercultural attainability ,etc...bring new words into our vocabulary or change their actual meaning. Although language develops naturally through generations

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    Demographics Turkey is located in the Southeastern Europe and Southwestern Asia and is about the size of Texas. It is surrounded in the region by countries that are experiencing unrest and civil war, the continued surrounding instability worries the Turkish population (Atun, 2015). Turkey has the country of Iran to its east, Iraq and Syria to its southeast along with the Mediterranean Sea on its southern flank, Greece and Bulgaria to the west and north past the Black Sea is Russia, the Ukraine and Romania

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    Turkey As A Country State

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    opinion is one the most underrated countries in the eastern world. It is a beautiful country with an expansive culture and society. Turkey is essentially the bridge of where the East meets the West in that area of the world. Founded in 1923, Turkey to this day is one of the only country in the world with a Muslim Democracy. Its interesting political history combined with the rich culture that resides in Turkey creates a very unique nation-states. But how exactly did Turkey become the nation-state

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    Ecco and Turkish Market

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    founded in 1963 by Karl Toosbuy in Bredebro in Denmark. Ecco shoes are sold in more than 90 countries. The company has expanded its operations into markets worldwide. Applying relevant theories, we made a research on how Ecco can be profitable in Turkish market. By doing this project we combined market research and use of methods to do a project. Our target audience of the project is teachers and marketing students. 3 December 2011 Resume With these report we have been able to analysis

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