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Turkey and Azerbaijan: On the Myth of Sharing the same Origin and Culture

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This study looks at Turkish manuals and textbooks, approved by the Ministry of Education of Turkey and used at different levels of the education system, to compile clues regarding the potent identity questions assumed to exist in the relationship between Turkey and Azerbaijan. Textbooks serve as the main source for this study because the education system is the tool that strengthens the state's influence over its citizens. A nation-state's establishment of its own identity is a process that directly builds citizens' consciousness.

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2012-07-01
2016-09-26

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