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Milli Mücadelede Orta Karadeniz Kuva-y Milliyesi/// The Kuva-yi Milliye of Central Black Sea Region in the Turkish National Independence War
Dursun Ali AKBULUT
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2012,
Abstract: Civil resistance organisations started to be set up in the areas which occupied or faced the danger of occupation after Mudros armistice. They were called Milli ura Kuvvetleri in the eastern region of Turkey and Kuva-y Milliye in the western, southern and southeast regions of it. On the other hand, there have been activities of Pontuses in the Central Black Sea region since before now and they also threaten to the security of the state. After occupation of zmir, the fear that the same situation may have been in Samsun gave rise to emergence of the Kuvay Milliye of the Cenrtal Black Sea Region as English called them irregular Turkish forces.
HATIRAT: Hocam Prof. Dr. Enver Konuk u///REM N TCENCE: My Teacher Prof. Dr. Enver Konukcu
Dursun Ali AKBULUT
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2012,
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Communicator Style as a Predictor of Cyberbullying in a Hybrid Learning Environment
?zcan ?zgür Dursun,Yavuz Akbulut
Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry , 2012,
Abstract: This study aimed to describe the characteristics of undergraduate students in a hybrid learning environment with regard to their communicator styles and cyberbullying behaviors. Moreover, relationships between cyberbullying victimization and learners’ perceived communicator styles were investigated. Cyberbullying victimization was measured through a recently developed 28-item scale with a single-factor structure, whereas the communicator styles were measured through Norton’s (1983) scale which was recently validated in Turkey. Participants were a total of 59 undergraduate Turkish students enrolled in an effective communication course in 2010 spring and fall semesters. Face-to-face instruction was supported through web 2.0 tools where learners’ hid their real identities through nicknames. Participants used personal blogs in addition to the official online platform of the course. Their posts on these platforms were used as the source of the qualitative data. Descriptive analyses were followed by the investigation of qualitative and quantitative interrelationships between the cyberbullying variable and the components of the communicator style measure. Correlations among victimization and communicator style variables were not significant. However, qualitative analysis revealed that cyberbullying instances varied with regard to discussion topics, nature of the discussions and communicator styles. Example patterns from the log files were presented accompanied with suggestions for further implementations.
A STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS ON THE STORY OF SEVDAKAR SHAH AND GULENAZ SULTAN / SEVD K R AH VE GüLENAZ SULTAN H K YES : YAPISAL A IDAN B R NCELEME
Dr. Dursun Ali T?KEL
Turkish Studies , 2007,
Abstract: Structuralism, applied to many areas such as architecture, cinema, anthropology and linguistic, has become a method for analysing of literature texts with time. This method is based upon a principles that tries to examine the meaning of the text within structural forms; omits the features of the text in enabling the understanding of the text, and leaves the researcher with the text alone. Barthes, Todorov and Gremias and some other structuralists have produced many good examples of this method.The folk stories are rich materials to be analysed within structuralist form. n this study, the folk stories will be viewed in this sense and an example of structuralist work will be given.
LOOKING OUT CLASICAL TURKISH POEM ACCORDING TO MODERN ANALYSIS METHODS / D VAN R 'NE MODERN MET N ZüMLEME Y NTEMLER NDEN BAKMAK
Dr. Dursun Ali T?KEL
Turkish Studies , 2007,
Abstract: Literature has a characteristic of following the changes of investigations and technology. The great literal changes n 19th century, effected deeply literature studies. After Saussure, the view of the Occident on language and literature changed. This view changed not only structuralism but also linguistic studies, perceiving and utilizing the linguistic existence. In modern terms, all scientific toughts as modernism, structuralism, post-modernism, seemeiology, semantics bring up new points of view to literary texts. The last quarter of 20th century has been the term of understanding Classical Ottoman Poems not only with the view of traditional commentary methods but also modern analysis methods. This paper gives the panorama of all these analysis, methods of Classical Ottoman Poems.
B-spline collocation methods for numerical solutions of the Burgers' equation
dris Da ,Dursun Irk,Ali ahin
Mathematical Problems in Engineering , 2005, DOI: 10.1155/mpe.2005.521
Abstract: Both time- and space-splitted Burgers' equations are solved numerically. Cubic B-spline collocation method is applied to the time-splitted Burgers' equation. Quadratic B-spline collocation method is used to get numerical solution of the space-splitted Burgers' equation. The results of both schemes are compared for some test problems.
Lymphatic mapping and sentinel node biopsy in gynecological cancers: a critical review of the literature
Ali Ayhan, Husnu Celik, Polat Dursun
World Journal of Surgical Oncology , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1477-7819-6-53
Abstract: Sentinel lymph node is the first node where primary tumor lymphatic flow drains first, and therefore the first node where cancer cells metastasize. Lymphatic metastasis has always been a focus of interest for the surgeons, as it is one of the first and foremost routes of spreading in many tumors and, because it shows the level of spreading. The condition of the lymph notes has vital importance in the planning and management of the treatments of many cancers.Lymphatic mapping is the passage of a marking dye or radioactive substance, injected by a tumoral or peritumoral injection, through the lymphatic vessels draining the primary tumor, that is, afferent lymphatic vessels, to the sentinel lymph node. This lymph node is the one with the highest possibility of involvement in case of metastasis from the primary tumor. According to lymphatic mapping hypothesis, if the sentinel node is negative in terms of metastasis, then non-sentinel nodes are also expected to be negative in that regard. However, there may be metastasis in the non-sentinel nodes even when the sentinel node is negative in terms of metastasis, due to reasons both explicable and inexplicable. Therefore there are reports of false negativity in literature studies [1].Sentinel lymph node biopsy concept was first developed to identify lymphatic metastasis in parotid carcinoma [2]. Later on, it has been used in penile carcinoma, breast, melanoma, lung, gastrointestinal, endocrine and gynecological cancers. Results of the studies about and experiences in gynecological cancers, particularly vulva cancer, and cervix cancer, as well as endometrial cancer, but to a lesser degree, have been published in the literature. The present study focused on the literature data about the results of the use of sentinel lymph node biopsy concept in gynecological cancers.Several techniques have been reported to identify the sentinel nodes. These are blue dye labeling, radiolabeling and combined labeling that comprise sequential ap
B-spline collocation methods for numerical solutions of the Burgers' equation
Da? ?dris,Irk Dursun,?ahin Ali
Mathematical Problems in Engineering , 2005,
Abstract: Both time- and space-splitted Burgers' equations are solved numerically. Cubic B-spline collocation method is applied to the time-splitted Burgers' equation. Quadratic B-spline collocation method is used to get numerical solution of the space-splitted Burgers' equation. The results of both schemes are compared for some test problems.
Radical vs conservative surgery for hydatid liver cysts: Experience from single center
Sami Akbulut, Ayhan Senol, Arsenal Sezgin, Bahri Cakabay, Mehmet Dursun, Omer Satici
World Journal of Gastroenterology , 2010,
Abstract: AIM: To compare the efficacy and safety of radical and conservative surgical interventions for liver hydatid disease.METHODS: The study comprised 59 patients in two groups who had undergone radical and conservative surgical procedures for liver hydatid disease in our department between 2004 and 2009. Preoperative diagnostic tools, medical treatments, demographic and clinical characteristics, postoperative follow-up, and recurrence were compared in both groups.RESULTS: This non-randomized retrospective study included 59 patients who had undergone liver hydatid disease surgery. The radical technique was used in 18 patients (mean age: 42.1 ± 13.5 years, seven male, 11 female), and the conservative technique was used in 41 patients (mean age: 43.5 ± 13.9 years, 17 male, 24 female). The follow-up period ranged from 3 to 58 mo. Although operative time was significantly shorter in the conservative group (P < 0.001), recurrence was significantly reduced in the radical group (P = 0.045). No statistically significant differences were found in terms of hospitalization duration, cyst count and size, location, postoperative complications, scolicidal solution usage, or follow-up duration between the two groups.CONCLUSION: The more effective method for preventing postoperative recurrence is radical surgery. Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography for bile leakage in the early postoperative period may decrease the requirement for repeat surgery.
Determination of the Stages of the Sexual Cycle of the Bitch by Direct Examination
Ibrahim Aydin,Emrah Sur,Tugba Ozaydin,Dursun Ali Dinc
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2011.1962.1967
Abstract: The aim of this study was to determine the stages of the sexual cycle of the bitch by direct examination and also to assess the reliability of this new technique by comparing it with the classical staining techniques used in bitches. Forty mixed-breed bitches, of different ages and sexually mature were used in this study. A total of 120 vaginal smear samples were collected using a cotton swab, three from each bitch. The collected samples were air dried and coded. One of the prepared samples from each bitch was stained with May-Grunwald Giemsa and the second sample was stained with Papanicolaou. The third sample was left unstained for direct examination. The stages of the sexual cycle were determined using all of the samples. The researcher who evaluated the samples did not have information about the coding system. The evaluation was made blindly and the results were compared after determination of the stages of the sexual cycle from all of the samples. The sexual cycle stages determined with the May-Grunwald Giemsa and Papanicolaou techniques were completely consistent with each other. However, when the direct examination technique was compared with the classical staining techniques, there was a significant difference in the proestrus, diestrus and anestrus stages of the cycle (p<0.05) while there was no significant difference (p>0.05) in the estrus stage of the cycle. In conclusion, it was found that when determining the stages of the sexual cycle of the bitch by vaginal cytology, the direct examination technique was reliable only in detecting the estrus stage of the cycle.
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