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The Comparison of Glass Ceiling Perception of Employees Working in Public and Private Enterprises  [PDF]
Hanifi Sever
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2016.65054
Abstract: Glass ceiling syndrome can be described as invisible and unbreakable barriers that keep a special group, such as women or any minorities, from progressing in their professional career, regardless of their ability or qualifications. Unseen barriers prevent women from promotion and, workforce. Gender-based discrimination in promotions is more intense at higher levels, but it is felt in every stage of business life. In this study, the glass ceiling perception of men and women employees working in public and private sectors was targeted by evaluating some variables. As a result of the study, it is expressed that women confront the glass ceiling syndrome much more than men. The factors affecting the glass ceiling were identified as gender, age, marital status, promotion, working in public or private sector and additional income.
The Evaluation of Suicide Attempts: Zonguldak Case  [PDF]
Hanifi Sever, Muhammed Sever
Sociology Mind (SM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/sm.2016.62006
Abstract: Suicide is the act of intentionally causing one’s own death. Nonetheless not all suicide attempts result in death and studying the motives of these attempts poses great importance. The purpose of this study is to investigate the relation and differences between suicidal behaviors and suicidal ideation in Zonguldak city with regard to sociodemographic variables. Within this scope, “Suicide Ideation Scale”, “Suicidal Behavior Scale” and descriptive methods were used on a sample including 439 individuals. The results of the study have shown that the relation among gender, suicidal behavior and suicide ideation is quite significant; women choose more attention-grabbing methods in their suicide attempts. In addition, age was seen as an important determinant. As one of the most remarkable results of the study, it can be concluded that due to rise in the rates of suicidal behavior, recurrent suicide attempt risk increases 19 times.
Foreign Workers without Work Permit in Istanbul: A Sociological Study  [PDF]
Tulin G. Icli, Hanifi Sever
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2012.21005
Abstract: Economic inequality is one of the major reasons for current migration issues for both individuals and nations. Other significant reasons are threatening environment, natural disasters (drought, scarce resources, earthquake, etc.) and epidemic illnesses. Countries try to achieve their large-scale development plans and service plans so that international capital flows and service and goods are imported and exported as well as information exchange and migration of workforce are experienced. Certain crime types have gained a global character as a result of new world order accompanied by globalisation and it moves between countries. Both illegal migration and international workers without work permit are among such crime types. This study aims to identify the reasons for foreign people who came Istanbul, leading to have their profiles. Another aim of the study is to analyse the position of people from the former Communist countries that are relatively new established as a result of new world order of 1990’s and that are experiencing a process of adoptation to the capitalist economy.
Foreign Juvenile Delinquency: The Case of Istanbul  [PDF]
Tulin G. Icli, Hanifi Sever, Muhammed Sever, Sevket Okten
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2012.21008
Abstract: There are many factors that make “illegal migration” become one of the greatest problems of the contemporary world. The most significant ones of these factors are economic inequality, states’ incompetence in securing their peoples’ lives, political turmoils and acts of violence. No matter they are the source or target countries, all nations are in search of possible national and multinational solutions against the issue of illegal migration, illegal immigrant and refugee that chronically deliver great deal of problems. In conjunction with illegal immigration, another problematic phonemenon is revelaed: Foreign juvenile delinquency. Both illegally entered a country and involved in criminality, foreign juvenile delinquency is like a double edged dagger stabbed in the very heart of metropolitan areas. In this regard, foreign juvenile delinquency can be defined as a social problem which is affected by large-scale social events and trans- formations such as economic crisis, wars and political conflicts. The aim of this study is to introduce a general profile of the foreign juveniles that entered Turkey either legally or illegally and committed a crime and arrested by law enforcers in Istanbul. Files of 1130 juveniles who committed judicial or administrative crimes are compiled and examined from 2007 to the first four months of 2009.
A Survey Study on the Profile of Human Smugglers in Turkey  [PDF]
Tülin Gün?en ??li, Hanifi Sever, Muhammed Sever
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2015.51001
Abstract: Illegal migration is an impalpable phenomenon with complicated dimensions. Thousands of people leave their homelands every year due to a number of reasons such as civil wars, terrorism, economic difficulties, and social oppressions. With their flexible modus operandi, migrant smugglers benefit from individuals or groups that wish to immigrate for a more comfortable life. In order to reach a complete perception of illegal migration one needs to draw an accurate profile of migrant smugglers. At this end, data collection from both smugglers as perpetrators and illegal migrants as the object of the smuggling process provides important information for a holistic definition of “smugglers”. In this study researchers interviewed 262 illegal migrants and 174 smugglers captured in Istanbul from 2007 to 2013 in order to identify and develop a profile of migrant smugglers and understand the operating methods of illegal migration organizations. The collected data were analyzed and important results on illegal migrant smugglers were reached.
The Evaluation of Domestic Violence: The Case of Zonguldak  [PDF]
Tülin G. ??li, Mehmet Pekkaya, Hanifi Sever
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2014.41002

Domestic violence in general terms, refers to incidents in which one of the family members violently acts against to another member. It may occur between spouses, between parents and children, between children or between children and grandparents. However, the most frequent type of domestic violence is between male and female partners. Since “family” is the fundamental element of society, the reasons of domestic violence must be well-understood in order to implement correct precautions against it. The aim of this study is to provide an evaluation of domestic violence in the city of Zonguldak. In this respect, some important previous studies, and some remarkable statistics on Zonguldak are reviewed firstly. Upon that, domestic violence cases in Zonguldak city between 2009 and 2011 are investigated retrospectively.

Study of Sliding Mode Control of DC-DC Buck Converter  [PDF]
Hanifi Guldemir
Energy and Power Engineering (EPE) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/epe.2011.34051
Abstract: In this paper, a robust sliding mode controller for the control of dc-dc buck converter is designed and analyzed. Dynamic equations describing the buck converter are derived and sliding mode controller is designed. A two-loop control is employed for a buck converter. The robustness of the sliding mode controlled buck converter system is tested for step load changes and input voltage variations. The theoretical predictions are validated by means of simulations. Matlab/Simulink is used for the simulations. The simulation results are presented. The buck converter is tested with operating point changes and parameter uncertainties. Fast dynamic response of the output voltage and robustness to load and input voltage variations are obtained.
An Automata-Based Approach to Pattern Matching  [PDF]
Ali Sever
Intelligent Control and Automation (ICA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ica.2013.43036
Abstract: Due to its importance in security, syntax analysis has found usage in many high-level programming languages. The Lisp language has its share of operations for evaluating regular expressions, but native parsing of Lisp code in this way is unsupported. Matching on lists requires a significantly more complicated model, with a different programmatic approach than that of string matching. This work presents a new automata-based approach centered on a set of functions and macros for identifying sequences of Lisp S-expressions using finite tree automata. The objective is to test that a given list is an element of a given tree language. We use a macro that takes a grammar and generates a function that reads off the leaves of a tree and tries to parse them as a string in a context-free language. The experimental results indicate that this approach is a viable tool for parsing Lisp lists and expressions in the abstract interpretation framework
Sliding Mode Control of Dc-Dc Boost Converter
Hanifi Guldemir
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: Control of Dc-Dc boost converter is a complex task due to the nonlinearity inherent in the converter and introduced by the external changes. A robust sliding mode controller for the control of Dc-Dc boost converter were described in this study. Dynamic equations describing the boost converter are derived and sliding mode controller is designed. The robustness of the sliding mode controlled boost converter system is tested for step load changes and input voltage variations. The computer-aided design software tool Matlab/Simulink is used for the simulations. The simulation results are presented. The simulation results show a fast dynamic response of the output voltage and robustness to load and input voltage variations.
Survey of causes of faculty nursing documentation
Hanifi N,Mohamadi E
Hayat Journal of Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery , 2004,
Abstract: Introduction: Documentation of nursing care and procedures is an evidence of performance and quality of these cares. Failure to document could be a sign of inadequate care performance. Method and Materials: This study was carried out to determine causes of inadequate nursing documentation in wards of Shahid Beheshti Hospital, Zanjan, in 2003. This study was a descriptive survey; a checklist was designed according to standard principles of nursing documentation which was validated by 10 academic members. Patients' files were assessed based on this checklist. Also, 20 nurses were interviewed (open question) to determine of causes of incorrect nursing documentation. Results: The results showed that 17% of items of checklist had been documented correctly, documentation’s of 35.81% of these items were incomplete and 48% of items had not been documented. The interviews showed that the inadequate nursing documentation was related to inattention to these documentation’s and lack of control of nursing documentation, work overload of nurses, educational problems and unawareness of legal and occupational issues. Conclusion: Documentation of nursing care was inadequate. The most important causes were inattention and lack of control. Considering importance of nursing documentation, ways to solve these problems must be sought.
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