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MEHMED K F’ N R NDE HüRR YET VE VATAN KAVRAMI / HOME AND LIBERTY CONCEPT IN MEHMED AKIF POETRY
Gencay ZAVOTU
Journal of the Human and Social Science Researches (itobiad) , 2012,
Abstract: zet mrünün büyük k sm vatan n dü man i galinden kurtulu u ve milletin ba ms zl mücadelesiyle ge en Mehmed kif’in sahip oldu u de erler aras nda hürriyet kavram n n nemli bir yeri vard r. Denebilir ki hürriyet onun de erleri aras nda, listesinin üst s ralar nda yer alan birka aras ndad r. Hürriyet u runa sava lmas gereken yüce bir de er, insan gibi ya aman n olmazsa olmaz ko uludur. Mehmed kif’in iirlerinde büyük de er verdi i kavramlardan biri de vatand r. Vatan- zgürlükte (hürriyet) oldu u gibi- Mehmed kif’te a k derecesinde tutkun olunan bir kavramd r. Vatan; zgürlük, bayrak ve nam s gibi u runa hayat sarfedilecek (bezl-i hayat), lünecek ve dü mana i netilmeyecek yüce bir de erdir.Anahtar s zcükler: Mehmed kif, hürriyet, vatanHOME AND LIBERTY CONCEPT IN MEHMED AKIF POETRYAbstractThe majority of the life of the nation's independence struggle and the liberation of the motherland from enemy occupation, Mehmed Akif the concept of liberty is a vital part of its values. Can be said that the liberty of his values, among a few of the top of the list. Should be fought for the sake of liberty is a supreme value, an essential condition for living like a human being. Mehmet Akif's poems of great value in the home of one of the concepts. Dormitory-freedom (freedom) as a concept owned enthusiast-Mehmed kif'te degree of love. Country of freedom, such as the flag and honor for the sake of life consumed (cloth-i Hayat), and the enemy i netilmeyecek lünecek a great value.
An Examination of Job Satisfaction at the Classman Level of Soccer Referees
Selcuk Gencay
International Business Management , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ibm.2011.223.225
Abstract: This research was made to determine job satisfaction levels of soccer referees according to both income and refereeing position variables. The job satisfaction of soccer referees was set by using the Job satisfaction scale. Total 37 referees and 83 assistant referees participated in the study and their ages are between 28.2 and 33.8. As a result of the research, the job satisfaction level of the referees and assistant referees was compared by t-test and it was not found statistically significant differences (p>0.05). It was found statistically differences in income and job satisfaction of the referees (p<0.05).
An Evaluation of the Relationship between Service Quality in Primary Education and Parent Satisfaction
Gencay Incesu,Baris Asikgil
International Journal of Business and Management , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v7n18p92
Abstract: The education is not only a major sector nowadays, but it is also an investment by parents for their children. This study aims to investigate the effect of the dimensions (reliability, tangibility, responsiveness, assurance and empathy) of service quality in primary education on parent satisfaction. This research is conducted in a public primary school and self-administered questionnaire is used to collect the related data. Data is collected based on SERVQUAL model through distributing 400 questionnaires to randomly selected parents in Celal Av?ar Primary School in Turkey. The results of this study show that the tangibility, the reliability, the assurance and the empathy of service quality are important dimensions and they have significant positive effect on parent satisfaction.
Examination of Continuous Anger and Anger Expression Styles of Physical Education, Computer Sciences and Mathematics Teacher Candidates
Selcuk Gencay,Okkes Alpaslan Gencay,Mehmet Tekerek,Yakup Akyel
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/pjssci.2011.181.186
Abstract: This study aimed to determine whether there are differences in terms of sex and department among the continuous anger and anger expression styles of teacher candidates at Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University. The 278 students participated in the study from three departments of the University. The data obtained using the State Trait Anger scale in the study. As a result of the study there was no significant statistical difference found in terms of sex (p>0.05) and there were significant statistical differences in continuous anger and anger control dimension between the departments (p<0.05).
Prognostic Factors in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Asli Gencay Can,Zafer Gunendi
Romatizma , 2008,
Abstract: Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic, systemic, inflammatory disease that causes articular and extraarticular symptoms and affects quality of life. The clinical course of rheumatoid arthritis is variable. While a small percentage of patients with rheumatoid arthritis go into spontaneous remission, in approximately 20% of patients, chronic progressive disease may be developed despite treatment. Identification of prognostic factors may be predictive for assessing the prognosis and determining the patients who need early aggressive treatment. Either toxicity or high cost of treatment may also be prevented by avoiding over treatment in patients with rheumatoid arthritis who have good prognosis. High levels of acute phase reactants, seropositivity of rheumatoid factor and anti-CCP (anti-cyclic citrullinated peptides), HLA-DR4B1*O4 alleles, female gender, insidious disease onset, chronic synovitis with long duration, extraarticular manifestations, low grade education, high level of serum cartilage oligomeric matrix protein, presence of CD4(+), CD28(-) T cells, high level of macrophage migration inhibitory factor and poor functional capacity measurements are reported as poor prognostic factors in rheumatoid arthritis.
Causes of Mortality in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Zafer Gunendi,Asli Gencay Can
Romatizma , 2008,
Abstract: Patients with rheumatoid arthritis have a shorter total life expectancy than the general population of the same age and sex. Generally, mortality due to rheumatoid arthritis occurs 8-10 years after the disease onset. Mortality risk decreases with use of disease modifying antirheumatic drugs. The most common causes of mortality in rheumatoid arthritis are cardiovascular system diseases and infections. Patients with rheumatoid arthritis have a two-fold increase in cardiovascular mortality. Atherosclerosis which is triggered by systemic inflammation is an important factor in the development of cardiovascular disease. The other causes of mortality in rheumatoid arthritis are pulmonary system diseases, renal diseases, drug side effects, amyloidosis, malignancy, vasculitis, crycoarytenoid arthritis, catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome, Felty’s syndrome and atlantoaxial subluxation.
Sales Forecasting System for Newspaper Distribution Companies in Turkey
Gencay ?ncesu,Bar?? A??kgil,Müjgan Tez
Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operation Research , 2012, DOI: 10.1234/pjsor.v8i3.539
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Oral Rehabilitation in a Patient with Major Maxillofacial Trauma: A Case Management
Elif Bahar Tuna,Mehmet Ozgen,Abdulkadir Burak Cankaya,Cenk Sen,Koray Gencay
Case Reports in Dentistry , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/267143
Abstract: Traumatic injuries may cause anatomic deficiencies in soft and hard tissues. These defects often result in the loss of attached mucosa and alveolar processes, which might reduce potential prosthesis support and require bone and skin grafting. As a result of major maxillofacial trauma, complete or partial avulsion of the palate may require extensive surgical and prosthodontic rehabilitation. The appropriate treatment for the maxillary defect demands a multidisciplinary approach by a team which consists of various fields of dentistry and medicine. The planning prostheses should replace not only missing teeth but also lost soft tissues and bone, and they should include the hard palate, residual alveolar ridges, and, in some instances, the soft palate. This paper describes the treatment procedures including plastic surgery operation procedures and prosthetic rehabilitation in a 19-year-old woman after her severe bicycle accident.
Oral Rehabilitation in a Patient with Major Maxillofacial Trauma: A Case Management
Elif Bahar Tuna,Mehmet Ozgen,Abdulkadir Burak Cankaya,Cenk Sen,Koray Gencay
Case Reports in Dentistry , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/267143
Abstract: Traumatic injuries may cause anatomic deficiencies in soft and hard tissues. These defects often result in the loss of attached mucosa and alveolar processes, which might reduce potential prosthesis support and require bone and skin grafting. As a result of major maxillofacial trauma, complete or partial avulsion of the palate may require extensive surgical and prosthodontic rehabilitation. The appropriate treatment for the maxillary defect demands a multidisciplinary approach by a team which consists of various fields of dentistry and medicine. The planning prostheses should replace not only missing teeth but also lost soft tissues and bone, and they should include the hard palate, residual alveolar ridges, and, in some instances, the soft palate. This paper describes the treatment procedures including plastic surgery operation procedures and prosthetic rehabilitation in a 19-year-old woman after her severe bicycle accident. 1. Introduction Dental injuries in association with facial fractures are common in maxillofacial emergencies [1, 2]. The patient with maxillofacial defects resulting from motor vehicle accidents may have numerous soft- and hard-tissue injuries ranging from neurologic involvement to fractures and/or avulsions of the temporomandibular joint, maxilla, mandible, teeth, and supporting structures [1]. Skeletal fractures often are associated with the fracture of bones adjacent to the maxilla, as well as varying degrees of involvement of the overlying soft tissues such as the eyes, nasal airways, paranasal sinuses, and tongue [3]. Facial fractures are usually treated by reduction and immobilization or fixation of the fractured segments, followed by occlusal adjustments and restoration of missing teeth and soft tissues where necessary [4]. However, patients with large avulsion of the palate are rare, and the treatment requires a multidisciplinary and different approach with extensive surgical and prosthodontic rehabilitation. Lack of an anterior palate may result in esthetic and speech difficulties in the patient. The tongue is unable to make contact with a solid surface during these functions, and patients exhibit hypernasal, often unintelligible, speech [3]. Besides, the anterior palate avulsion causes swallowing, biting, and drinking to be extremely difficult. There are several treatment options available for rehabilitation in cases of partial loss of maxilla including removable partial dentures, fixed partial dentures, crown and bridges, and teeth-implant supported prostheses [5]. The prosthesis should replace all missing oral
Effect of honey on bacterial translocation and intestinal morphology in obstructive jaundice
Cem Gencay, Sibel Serin Kilicoglu, Kemal Kismet, Bulent Kilicoglu, Serap Erel, Sabahattin Muratoglu, Asli Elif Sunay, Esra Erdemli, Mehmet Ali Akkus
World Journal of Gastroenterology , 2008,
Abstract: AIM: To evaluate the effects of honey on bacterial translocation and intestinal villus histopathology in experimental obstructive jaundice.METHODS: Thirty Wistar-Albino rats were randomly divided into three groups each including 10 animals: group I, sham-operated; group II, ligation and section of the common bile duct (BDL); group III, bile duct ligation followed by oral supplementation of honey (BDL + honey) 10 g/kg per day. Liver, blood, spleen, mesenteric lymph nodes, and ileal samples were taken for microbiological, light and transmission electrone microscopic examination.RESULTS: Although the number of villi per centimeter and the height of the mucosa were higher in sham group, there was no statistically significant difference between sham and BDL + honey groups (P > 0.05). On the other hand, there was a statistically significant difference between BDL group and other groups (P < 0.05). The electron microscopic changes were also different between these groups. Sham and honey groups had similar incidence of bacterial translocation (P > 0.05). BDL group had significantly higher rates of bacterial translocation as compared with sham and honey groups. Bacterial translocation was predominantly detected in mesenteric lymph nodes.CONCLUSION: Supplementation of honey in presence of obstructive jaundice ameliorates bacterial translocation and improves ileal morphology.
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