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Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey

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Published by Reichert in Wiesbaden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Minorities -- Turkey,
  • Turkey -- Population.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementPeter Alford Andrews, ed. ; with the assistance of Rüdiger Benninghaus.
    SeriesBeihefte zum Tübinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients. Reihe B, Geisteswissenschaften -- Nr. 60, Beihefte zum Tübinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients -- Nr. 60
    ContributionsBenninghaus, Rüdiger.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22445776M
    ISBN 103895002976


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Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey by Peter Alford Andrews Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey. Wiesbaden: L. Reichert, (OCoLC) Online version: Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey.

Wiesbaden: L. Reichert, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter A Andrews; Rüdiger Benninghaus. Get this Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey book a library. Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey.

-- This detailed handbook Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey book of a catalogue of ethnic Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey book, surveys, lists by villages and administrative districts, essays on selected groups by contributing authors, and six maps. It presents. This volume represents a supplement to the first volume, which appeared inand provided the documentation on which TAVO maps A VIII 14 a-b (Republic of Turkey: Rural Ethnic Minorities) were based.

The book remains the only comprehensive treatment of ethnic groups in Turkey yet attempted, and volume II brings it up to new volume Author: Peter Andrews. rows  This entry provides an ordered listing of ethnic groups starting with the Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey book and.

Ethnic Groups in Afyon Karahisar: Emirdag 38 9. 2a Turks, Alevi and 6a Turkmen, Alevi in Sivas and Tokat.: 41 Alevi in Amasya and Corum 47 Language and Religion in Tunceli (Dersim) 54 Diaspora from Tunceli (Dersim): undifferentiated Kurds and Zazas 69 Laz Settlements in Turkey 70 provided the documentation on which TAVO maps A VIII 14 a-b (Republic of Turkey: Rural Ethnic Minorities) were based.

The book remains the only comprehensive treatment of ethnic groups in Turkey yet attempted, and volume II brings it up to date. The new volume includes extensive documentation on areas for which material was not.

Middle Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey book Turkey. All Space Capital Places Landscapes Misc. Ruins of the Roman Senate (Odeon, or small theater) in Ephesus. The city, on the west coast of Asia Minor, was originally Greek, but later became part of the Roman Empire.

In Roman times it had a population estimated between and thousand, making it one of the largest. This volume provides the documentation on which TAVO maps A VIII 14 a-b (Republic of Turkey: Rural Ethnic Minorities) were based, together with supplementary data on the Turkish majority and urban populations.

The compilation of this information, which had not previously been attempted on this scale, presented particular problems. First among these is the absence of. Minorities in Turkey form a substantial part of the country's population, with at least an estimated 30% of the populace belonging to an ethnic minority.

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AzerbayCan61 44 posts 02 Nov Sun pm: I notice there are no Tartar,Trakya or Avshar peoplein this list of ethnic groups, I´m sure there are other ethnic groups I missed.

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The region which Turkey cover today has.Turks, Kurds, and Arabs are the three major ethnic groups in the nation. The average Turk earns a little over US$ a year. Since the s, Turkey has been a secular state, though Islam is by far the strongest religion. Over 99% of Turks are .Chveneburi.

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