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CHAPTER III What is Public ? A Theoretical Discussion of Public Sphere
CHAPTER VI Self Narration of Educated Turkish Jewish Young Adults
CHAPTER VII Conclusion
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activities Alliance discourse Alliance Israelite Universelle alternative choice of friends Christian citizens of Turkey claim for difference claim of modernity conception construction cultural definition of Turkish developed dominant discourse dominant Turkish Jewish Edirne educated Turkish Jewish educated young adults homogeneous identity integrated interviewees tell invisibility strategy invisibly separate Islamists Israel Istanbul Jewish public discourse Jewish young adults Jews and Muslims Jews in Turkey Jews visible Jews-only narrative language legitimized marriage Muslim friends Muslim Turks narration non-Jews non-modern official Turkish nationalist Ottoman Empire prefer public sphere quintcentennial discourse reject relation religion Romaniot ruling elite secular Muslim Turks self-definition self-narration similar social socio-cultural group speak Turkish status subaltern discourse talking about Turkish themes thesis Thrace Thrace Disturbances tolerance traditions Turkish citizens Turkish Jewish community Turkish Jewish discourse Turkish Jewish public Turkish Jewish young Turkish Jews Turkish nation Turkish nationalist discourse unspoken Varhk Vergisi Western Jews words Yahudi young adults define