PSI 528 -- BALKANLAR VE KAFKASYA’DA S襤YASET

2016-2017 BAHAR DÖNEM襤 DERS 襤ZLENCES襤

 

Doç. Dr. F. Didem Ekinci

didemekinci@cankaya.edu.tr

Dahili no: 1242

 

Amaç: Bu derste Balkanlar ve Kafkasya’da meydana gelmi, 1980’lerden bu yana her iki bölgede iz b覺rakm覺 ve geni Avrasya corafyas覺n覺n siyasi konjonktürünü etkilemi olan çat覺ma örnekleri üzerinde durularak, özellikle Souk Sava sonras覺 dönem siyaseti hakk覺nda bilgi verilmesi amaçlanmaktad覺r. Derse devam ve kat覺l覺m覺n haftal覺k bazda not kar覺l覺覺 sözkonusudur. Dersi alan örencilerin dönem sonunda, an覺lan iki bölgede meydana gelen gelimelere, bu iki bölgeye özgü kavramlara ve siyasi eilimlere dair yüksek lisans düzeyinde bilgi edinmi olmalar覺 hedeflenmektedir.

Notland覺rma: Dönem ödevi (%15), dönem ödevinin sunumu (%15), ara s覺nav (%25), dönem sonu s覺nav覺 (%25), derse kat覺l覺m (%20).

Konu Ak覺覺:

1. Hafta: Genel Giri

2. Hafta: Yugoslavya’n覺n Da覺lmas覺 ve Bosna-Hersek’te Sava

3. Hafta: Kosova Sorunu (1)

4. Hafta: Kosova Sorunu (2)

5. Hafta: Bulgaristan’da Asimilasyon Dönemi

6. Hafta: Makedon-Arnavut Çat覺mas覺: Makedonya’da Kriz

7. Hafta: Azerbaycan-Ermenistan Çat覺mas覺: Dal覺k Karaba Sorunu

8. Hafta: ARA SINAV (3 N襤SAN 2017 - PAZARTES襤)

9. Hafta: Rus-Çeçen Sava覺 (1)

10. Hafta: Rus-Çeçen Sava覺 (2)

11. Hafta: Gürcistan’da Çat覺ma: Abhazya ve Güney Osetya (1)

12. Hafta: 1 MAYIS 2017 – RESM襤 TAT襤L

13. Hafta: DÖNEM ÖDEVLER襤N襤N TESL襤M襤, Gürcistan’da Çat覺ma: 8.8.2008 Sava覺

14. Hafta: DÖNEM ÖDEV襤 SUNUMLARI, Genel Tekrar

 

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