• Inside: Izmir International Fair (Turkey)
    Inside: İzmir International Fair 1.- SYNOPSIS Inside: İzmir International Fair will allow us to become familiar with the oldest tradeshow in Turkey, considered the cradle of Turkey's fairs and expositions industry. This study will show the way the Fair works from the inside, will analyze...
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  • Izmir National University
    Izmir National University Izmir National University Situation Summary Izmir National University (INU) has experienced rapid growth in their organization within recent years. The faculty in the Business school is unable to keep up with the growing demand of students, this has led to confusion, lack...
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  • Coastal Area Management in Turkey
    COASTAL MANAGEMENT PROJECTS 2.3.1 Coastal Management and Tourism in Turkey: Cirali 2.3.2 Coastal Area Management Programme (CAMP) Projects: The Bay of Izmir 2.4 THE FUTURE FOR ICAM REFERENCES REFERENCES v 1 1 1 1 2 4 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 12 13 14 16 16 16 18 20 22 22 24 25 27 29 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 39 39...
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  • Academic Use of Internet
    University of Wollongong Research Online University of Wollongong in Dubai - Papers University of Wollongong in Dubai 2009 Internet usage among young Arab students: preliminary findings Kathy Ning Shen University of Wollongong in Dubai, KathyShen@uowdubai.ac.ae Maha Shakir Zayed University ...
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  • Modern Turkey
    Turkish War of Independence (1918-23). Following the occupation of Istanbul in 1920 by the British, Italian and French, a Greek army advanced from Izmir deep into Anatolia. While the sultan offered no resistance, under the leadership of Kemal Ataturk, the Turkish Nationalists overturned the postwar...
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  • Darbeci Bir Subayın Anıları
    Vol. 3116. YKY, 2010. Information about the author of the book: Adnan ÇELİKOĞLU was born on 17 May 1919 in İzmir Seferihisar. The day which he was born is the 3rd day of the Greeks' Izmir occupation. Therefore, he met with poverty and difficult living conditions at a very young age. During his primary...
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  • Memory and History
    different ages and religious beliefs in order to get the difference of cultural histories. In this study, I also show how national history plays a role in creating a nation-state/national identity, which is related to collective memory of the Turkish society. Keywords: History, collective memory, social...
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  • Roles of Ict
    International Conference on Human and Economic Resources, Izmir, 2006 Technology Information and Communication Technologies in the Nigerian Economy Sunday Mauton A. Posu Olabisi Onabanjo University Most developing nations have embarked on various reforms that foster the use of ICTs in their economies...
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  • Problem Analysis of Turkish Ports
    PORT AS A CASE STUDY Senay OĞUZTİMUR Research Assistant, Yıldız Technical University Beşiktaş/Istanbul - Turkey Tel: 00 90 533 648 00 73, Fax: 00 90 212 261 05 49 oguztimurs@yahoo.com Metin ÇANCI Asist. Prof., Okan University Formula 1 Yani Akfırat Istanbul - Turkey Tel: +90 216 6771630 Fax: +90 216...
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  • Abstract: Strategic Information System Planning
    Systems 2009 (EMCIS2009) July 13-14 2009, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Izmir EVALUATION OF STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS PLANNING (SISP) TECHNIQUES: DRIVER PERSPECTIVE Abdullah Basahel, Researcher, Brunel Business School, Brunel University, UK Abdullah.basahel@brunel.ac.uk Zahir Irani, Information Systems...
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  • Turkey
    was heavily settled by Aeolian and Ionian Greeks. Numerous important cities were founded by these colonists, such as Miletus, Ephesus, Smyrna (modern İzmir), and Byzantium (later Constantinople and Istanbul). The first state established in Anatolia that was called Armenia by neighboring peoples (Hecataeus...
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  • Role of Engineers
    this are numerous, such as: poverty, significant migration to urban areas and unplanned suburban settlements. This has a significant impact on the national economy, demography, and environment.The Association of Agricultural Engineering in South Eastern Europe (AESEE), recently have dealt with these...
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  • Lexicology
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  • Case Analysis “Izmir National University”
    Case Analysis “Izmir National University” The case explains the process of introduction of INU, a Turkish University established in 2000. It aimed to assist the growth and development of areas related to economy, engineering, science, etc in Europe. Five years prior its opening, It reached 9300...
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  • Izmir University Strategy
    To: Receiver From: Sender Date: July 5, 2005 When Izmir National University (INU) was chartered in 2000, it hoped to provide educational resources in the field of business, science and engineering to pave the way for Turkish entry in to the European economy. And while enrollment numbers at INU have...
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  • Jfk
    intention to study there for a year. Unfortunately an illness hospitalized him and his dad forced him to come back to the U.S.. He enrolled at Princeton University, but became jaundice. A year after he started in Harvard College. After 2 years Kennedy was prescribed steroids to control his colitis, which only...
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  • ewsa6
    He is a 6'7", 215 pound small forward mostly known for his defense. NBA career 2006-07 season After playing collegiately for four years at the University of Washington, he was drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the second round of the 2006 NBA Draft and shortly thereafter traded to the Philadelphia...
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  • Turkey
    October 29, 1923, which is now celebrated as Republic Day, Turkey’s national holiday. Mustafa Kemal was the first president of the Republic of Turkey, and took on the name Atatürk, meaning “father of the Turks.” Atatürk is considered a national hero, for his service helping Turkey undergo social, legal, and...
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  • Izmir
    Izmir National University What do the comments by the faculty tell you about INU's strategy? There is no strategy, no concise vision, or supporting mission statement. Therefore, there is no strategic architecture in place and the business school lacks sufficient human, information, or organization...
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  • Turkish Culture
    sunflowers, tobacco, sugar beets, grains, fruits, and vegetables. The area contains most of Turkey's prosperous small farmers and food-processing plants. Izmir is the region's major commercial and industrial center; it is the third largest city and second major port. The Marmara–Istanbul region, a crossroads...
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