Current affiliation: University of OxfordPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:British Journal of SociologyPublication date:2015-07-14
Scrutinizing impacts of conspiracy theories on readers' political views
This study explores the impacts of popular conspiracy theory books in Turkey by interviewing their readers. It concludes that readers interpret the...
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2015-01-01
This is a concise book about the online communication of anti-Semitic ideas in Turkey.
Published in:Sociological ReviewPublication date:2013-05-01
This paper analyses the political influence of conspiracy theories by drawing on semi-structured interviews with the representatives of four major ...
Published in:Conspiracy Theories in the United States and the Middle EastPublication date:Not available
Published in:Journal of Historical SociologyPublication date:2012-06-27
The History of the Social Constructions of Dönmes
This paper investigates the history of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about a crypto-Jewish group, the Dönmes, in Turkey.
Published in:Encyclopédie de l’IslamPublication date:Not available
Published in:International SociologyPublication date:2013-05-01
This article analyses how Ziya Gökalp, the founding father of Turkish sociology and a prominent politician of the early 20th century, adapted Durkh...
Published in:Journal of SociologyPublication date:2012-04-04
The article suggests that using The Simpsons in group-based, participatory teaching and the learning environments of seminars helps students to und...
Published in:Rationality and SocietyPublication date:2014-07-22
This research suggests a rational choice view in understanding conspiracy theorizing, and tests its argument on the uses of online conspiratorial a...
Published in:Journal of Modern Jewish StudiesPublication date:2016-05-18
Published in:Online Anti-Semitism in TurkeyPublication date:2015-01-01
Published in:Turkish StudiesPublication date:2015-09-28
This article explores contemporary anti-Semitism in Turkey by scrutinizing conspiracy theories about a crypto-Judaic society called Dönme. It exami...
Published in:Social Movement StudiesPublication date:2017-04-21
Relying on quantitative and qualitative content analysis of online users’ responses to the government’s conspiracy theories, I discuss the socio-po...