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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion of the institutional rationale of resettlement practices in Turkey and their execution (or non-execution) during and since the 1990s. The most important plans of civil authorities for the development of a framework in which return was supposed to occur are discussed, namely the village-town and center-village approaches. Consideration of these plans reveals differences in institutional thinking between political and military authorities.

Keywords: center-village approach; resettlement practices; village-town approach



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