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After Neo-liberal Globalization: The Great Transformation of Turkey

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Pursuing a macro sociological approach, this contribution examines the great transformation of Turkey around rising market hegemony and increasing impact of global forces. Throughout the paper, I show how the new orientation is consolidating the power of globalist classes, creating conspicuous consumption as a marker of class distinctions, and prioritizing global networks over domestic structures at the expense of sustaining domestic inequalities in Turkey.

Affiliations: 1: Sociology, SUNY-Binghamton, Binghamton NY, USA;, Email:


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