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B R FACEBOOK GRUBUNDA KADINA DDET HABERLER N N DE ERLEND R LME B MLER / THE EVALUATION TYPES OF THE NEWS ABOUT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN A FACEBOOK GROUP
Adem SA?IR,ülkü HayriyeNC
Journal of the Human and Social Science Researches (itobiad) , 2012,
Abstract: Bu al ma, “bas nda yer alan iddet haberleri”nin toplumsal alanda olu turdu u etkiyi ve ortaya kard g rünürlükleri bir “facebook” grubu üzerinden sosyolojik a dan zümleme abas n yans tmaktad r. al mada g rsel etnografi y ntemi kullan lm t r. al ma, 22 Temmuz 2011 tarihine olu turulmu “Ceylanlar lmesin: Kad na iddete Hay r” grubuna uygulanm t r. al mada facebook grubu ve kullan c lar üzerinden Türkiye’de kad na iddet olgusunun kad nlarda ve toplumda nas l bir etki yaratt , kad na iddet olgusunda devletin rolü ve olgunun bas nda tart lma bi imleri de erlendirilmi tirThis study, based on a facebook group, projects the efforts of analyzing the efects of “violance against women news in press” from sociological point of view. In the study visual etnography method was used. The project has started with the group of “Ceylanlar lmesin: Kad na iddete Hay r” in 22nd july 2011. With this study, via facebook users, the question of How does the phenomenon of violence against women in Turkey creates an effect on women and society?, the role of state and discusssions in press are evaluated.
Contact Dermatitis Due To Alternative Treatment Methods: Four Case Reports
Sevdegül Karada?,Hayriye G?nüllü,?rfan Ayd?n,Mehmet Re?it ?ncü
Akademik Acil T?p Olgu Sunumlar? Dergisi (AKATOS) , 2012,
Abstract: Herbal medicines are commonly used in the eastern regions of Turkey, especially in the treatment of rheumatic complaints. In addition, the use of various foods and drinks for cosmetic purposes is increasing among Turkish people. Despite this extensive use of alternative treatment methods for medical and cosmetic purposes, comprehensive research is still required due to the severe local and systemic adverse effects of these treatments. Here, cases of phyto contact dermatitis due to “Ranunculus kotchy boiss” and “Urtica” and irritant contact dermatitis associated with butter are presented.
Pregnancy and trauma: analysis of 139 cases
Sevdegül Karada?,Hayriye G?nüllü,Mehmet Re?it ?ncü,Zehra Kurdo?lu
Journal of the Turkish-German Gynecological Association , 2012,
Abstract: Objective: The aim of this study was to examine the diagnoses and treatment methods and demographical and clinical characteristics of pregnant women who were exposed to trauma and in additon, review of the literature was carried out in this regard. Material and Methods: One hundred thirty-nine pregnant women who presented at the Yüzüncü Y l University between January 2006 and September 2009 with local or general body trauma complaints were analysed retrospectively. Results: The average age of the cases was 26.72±6.29 years and the age group ranging from 21-34 composed the majority. When they were studied according to their etiologies, falls during daily activities formed 43.9%. When they were analyzed in terms of their gestational weeks, 64.46% were in the 3rd trimester. Pregnant cases with trauma resulted in maternal (3 cases) and fetal (9 cases) loss. It was found that 19 cases who had imaging techniques involving radiation and whose gestation was continuing had a problem-free gestation period and healthy children.Conclusion: It is mandatory to evaluate both mother and fetus together when trauma exposure is in question, the general well-being of the fetus should be provided and the mother should be informed about the presence of advanced trauma life support.
Global Existence, Uniqueness of Weak Solutions and Determining Functionals for Nonlinear Wave Equations  [PDF]
ülkü Dinlemez
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2013.35064
Abstract:

We consider the initial-boundary value problem for a nonlinear wave equation with strong structural damping and nonlinear source terms in IR. We prove the global existence and uniqueness of weak solutions of the problem and then we will study the determining modes on the phase space \"\" by using energy methods and the concept of the completeness defect.

Analyzing Landscape Change Through Landscape Structure Indices: Case of the City of Aydin, Turkey
Hayriye Esbah
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: This study analysis the spatial pattern change with regards to landscape connectivity in Aydin by using landscape structure indices and GIS technology. Rectified black and white aerial protographs from 1977 and pan sharpened Ikonos images from 2002 are used in the analysis. A set of class level landscape structure indices are employed: percentage of landscape; patch number; mean patch size; area weighted mean patch size; mean shape index and connectance index. The findings indicate a decrease in the proportion, patch number, mean patch size and connectance of the crop fields, fruit groves and natural areas and an increase of these attributes for open spaces, vacant lots and urban built up areas. The recommendations to improve the spatial structure in relation to landscape connectivity include: increasing the amount of natural patches by restoring the natural attributes of the open space patches; mitigating the conversion of open spaces to urban built up areas by allocating suitable areas as parks and open space corridors for a city wide ecological network; making agricultural patches as main components of the local and regional ecological networks; encouraging ecologically sound agricultural practices for an effective network structure; preserving riparian corridors and improving structure by applying ecologically sound design principles and encouraging finger-like development pattern to implement green wedges penetrating into the urban core areas.
An Example From K r ehir For Travertine Cones Grown up Along Active Fault Lines
Hayriye SAYHAN
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2005,
Abstract: K r ehir city takes place in a tectonic depression. The main direction of the K r ehir fault system which formed this tectonic depression is extends in direction of NW-SE. But there are many second faults which cutting this main fault system in N-S, E-W and NE-SW direction. Travertine cone takes place in Ku dili quarter that is in the south-west of K r ehir centrum.It has grown up over one of the N-S directed faults parallel to K r ehir stream in this locality.There are two big caves in the center, one of which is contains water and the other is waterless. The height of the cone is about 11 meter from the surface of the thermal pool at the bottom of the watery cave. The diameter of the thermal pool is about 10 meter and its depth is about 70-80 cm. It has been formed inside the quaternary. Thermal water which firstly appeared as lineer on the active fault line, had first formed a travertine dome. The fissure, which provides the thermal water coming out as lineer on thefault line, had firstly formed a travertine dome.The cracks and/or fissures on the fault line contributing the discharge of the thermal water were blocked as a result of the acumulation of travertine. And then the discharge continued along the crackes and fissures.The travertine formation has been formed due to the fact that the water containing calcium bicarbonate acumulated at the latest phase of travertine cone formation.
Developing an ESL Curriculum Based on Needs and Situation Analyses: A Case Study
Hayriye Kay?
Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies , 2008,
Abstract: Needs analysis is important in terms of students’ involvement in every phase ofeducational process. It is necessary to know about learners’ objectives, language attitudes,expectations from the course and learning habits in order to design an efficient curriculum.However, it is not only the learners who play an important role in developing a curriculum.There are other factors relevant to the design and implementation of language programs orcurricula. At this point, situation analysis is needed. The purpose of this paper is, then, toexplain how to conduct needs and situation analyses for developing an English as a secondlanguage (ESL) curriculum. The results of observations of ESL students, questionnairesgiven to the student participants, and interviews conducted with three ESL teachers indicatethe variety of needs of students. Based on those results, implications are provided forfaculty designing ESL curriculum in community colleges.
Some Proximate Analysis of African Pear (Dacryodes Edulis)
NC Onuegbu, NC Ihediohanma
Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management , 2008,
Abstract: Some physical and chemical properties of African pear (Dacryodes edulis) samples from nine different trees were analysed in order to determine the level of differences that exist between trees. The length of the individual fruits ranged from 39.86 mm to 80.76 mm while the weight ranged from 15.97 g to 39.36 g. Significant differences (p . 0.05) were observed between the samples for all the parameters measured. Fruit density showed a negative correlation (r = -0.86) with the pulp/seed ratio. Significant differences were also observed in the proximate composition of the African pear pulp. The major components of the pulp were moisture (36.5% to 53.82%), oil (18.81% to 38.36%) and protein (11.09% to 19.19%). The pulp acidity ranged from 0.92% to 1.69% expressed as citric acid.
Notes and observations on courtship and mating in Tityus (Atreus) magnimanus Pocock, 1897 (Scorpiones: Buthidae)
Ross, LK;
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-91992009000100005
Abstract: courtship and mating behaviors of the scorpion tityus (atreus) magnimanus are herein described, consisting of various components that pertain to four distinct behavioral stages. the courtship and mating rituals of tityus (atreus) magnimanus are similar to those of other scorpions. behavioral components are presented in an ethogram to demonstrate their occurrence during mating sequences. the current report is presented as observational data that were acquired during life history studies of this species.
Frequency of spermatophore production and regeneration in the males of Tityus (Atreus) magnimanus Pocock, 1897 (Scorpiones, Buthidae)
Ross, LK;
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-91992009000100014
Abstract: the frequency of spermatophore production and the amount of time between matings for laboratory-reared males of tityus (atreus) magnimanus to regenerate spermatophores were examined. males attain sexual maturity at the fifth or sixth instar (after a period of 137 to 155 days) and can produce initial spermatophores shortly after maturation. after mating, males can regenerate spermatophores within a single 24-hour period and remate. the present contribution represents the first report on an aspect of reproductive biology in this species and is part of a continuing study of the life history and post-embryonic development of tityus (atreus) magnimanus.
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