International Journal of
Sociology and Anthropology

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. Sociol. Anthropol.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-988X
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJSA
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 326

Kurdish migration in Hakkâri in 1915 within the context of constructivism theory

January-March 2023 - Vol 15 Num. 1

The aim of the article is to analyze the Kurdish migration that took place in Hakkâri during the First World War in the context of constructivism. The main question of the study is: "What is the place of the Kurdish migration in Hakkâri that took place in 1915 in the memory of those who witnessed that...

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Kurdish migration in Hakkâri in 1915 within the context of constructivism theory

January-March 2023

TOPÇU Emel and KORKMAZ Engin

Folk music, tradition and gender stereotypes: A feminist analysis of the work of a Nigerian folk icon

January-March 2023

Akpan-Obong Patience 

Intersections of everyday routines of Muslim women academicians’ during Covid-19

October-December 2022

Topçu Emel and Fišo Serap 

Teaching from the postmodern edge: The intersection of education and cultural studies in the contemporary Caribbean

October-December 2022

Beckford Orville and Hutton Disraeli

Empty hands and solitude: A grounded theory study of begging in Mashhad

July-September 2022

Marzieh Rezazadeh 

October 2014

An ethnographic study of Igbo naming ceremony (IBA NWA AFA)

Chinwe Miriam Agatha Nwoye

December 2013

Why American boys join street gangs

Stanley S. Taylor    

December 2013

The quest for gender equality and women’s empowerment in least developed countries: Policy and strategy implications for achieving millennium development goals in Ethiopia

G. S. Ogato    

October 2014

Gendered injustice: A comparative analysis of witchcraft beliefs and witchcraft-related violence in Ghana and Nepal

Mensah Adinkrah and Prakash Adhikari

October 2014

Ethno- medicine of Bhotia tribe in Mana village of Uttarakhand

Anjali Chauhan

September 2009

Social networks and livelihood of street children in Ibadan, Nigeria

Faloore Olutola Omiyinka

May 2010

Foreign official development assistance (ODA) and Ghana’s development: The case for ‘‘bringing culture back in’’ to the analysis

Nathan Andrews

May 2009

Ecological stress and deritualization in East Asia: Ritual practices during Dark Age phases

Daniel Sarabia and J. David Knottnerus

January-March 2023

Kurdish migration in Hakkâri in 1915 within the context of constructivism theory

TOPÇU Emel and KORKMAZ Engin

March 2010

Trafficking in women and children: A hidden health and social problem in Nigeria

S. Abdulraheem and A. R. Oladipo