Yıl 2018, Cilt 26, Sayı 36, Sayfalar 65 - 79 2018-04-30

Risk Toplumunda Seçimler
Elections in Risk Society

Işıl Zeynep TURKAN-İPEK [1]

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Yerel ve küresel ölçekteki güncel siyasal ve toplumsal gelişmelere bakıldığında, yeni siyasi hareketlerin ve düşünce kalıplarının ön plana çıktığı görülmektedir. Kimi kavramların ötesine geçildiği bu dönemde, risk toplumu kavramının da güncelliğini koruduğunu ve sınırlarını genişlettiğini gözlemlemekteyiz. Küresel gelişmelerin yerel değişimleri tetiklediği diğer yandan da ülkelerin giderek içine kapandığı ve muhafazakârlaştığı bu dönemde, seçime katılan liderlerin söylemlerinde ve oy verme davranışlarında da değişimler görüldüğü tespit edilmektedir. Bu makale, 2015-2016 itibarıyla Avrupa’da gerçekleşen terör saldırılarından başlayarak, İngiltere’nin AB referandumu ve Amerikan başkanlık seçimi sonuçlarına değinerek, risk toplumunun gelişimini, aşırı sağ siyasi eğilimlerin ve liderlerin güç kazanmasını gerçek-sonrası (post-truth) ve popülizm kavramları ile değerlendirmeyi hedeflemektedir.
New political movements and ideological patterns become more and more frequent regarding to the contemporary political and social transformations on local and global contexts. Referring mostly to the post concepts, we can observe the actuality and development of risk society in global level. On one hand, global developments have a considerable impact on local changes and on the other hand, countries become more and more introverted and conservative that influences the transformation of the leader’s discourse and electoral behavior. This article aims to analyze the development of risk society, extreme right political tendencies and political volatility in international politics starting with terrorist attacks in Europe until 2015-2016; Brexit decision of England; presidential election results in United-States. Our analysis will be based on the following concepts of risk society, post-truth and populism.
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Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { sosyoekonomi327843, journal = {Sosyoekonomi}, issn = {1305-5577}, address = {Sosyoekonomi Derneği}, year = {2018}, volume = {26}, pages = {65 - 79}, doi = {10.17233/sosyoekonomi.2018.02.04}, title = {Risk Toplumunda Seçimler}, key = {cite}, author = {TURKAN-İPEK, Işıl Zeynep} }
APA TURKAN-İPEK, I . (2018). Risk Toplumunda Seçimler. Sosyoekonomi, 26 (36), 65-79. DOI: 10.17233/sosyoekonomi.2018.02.04
MLA TURKAN-İPEK, I . "Risk Toplumunda Seçimler". Sosyoekonomi 26 (2018): 65-79 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/sosyoekonomi/issue/36541/327843>
Chicago TURKAN-İPEK, I . "Risk Toplumunda Seçimler". Sosyoekonomi 26 (2018): 65-79
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