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Wrong Emre Erdogan?

Emre Tayyip Erdogan

Associate Professor

Istanbul Bilgi University

Email: e***@***.tr

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Istanbul Bilgi University

Turkey

Background Information

Employment History

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Türkiye Kurumsal Sosyal Sorumluluk Derneği


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Education

PhD.


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www.power2youth.com

Emre Erdogan, PhD., is an expert of public opinion, statistical methods and political science.
He is professor of political methodology in Istanbul Bilgi University and Bogaziçi University. Erdogan is author of several articles about public opinion, volunteerism, political participation, youth political participation and social capital. His book about perceptions of Europeans about Turks and Turkey, "They Know Us Wrongly" is published in 2012. He's also the author of a book about civic and political participation of Turkish youth.


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Elif Sandal Önal (Istanbul Bilgi University), Pinar Uyan Semerci (Istanbul Bilgi University), & Emre Erdogan (Istanbul Bilgi University)


Emre Erdoan


www.demdigest.org

Former United Nations High Commissioner Navi Pillay has urged Erdogan and the Turkish government not to follow in the ways of oppressive governments.
"It's very important that President Erdogan respect dissent and allow the free flow of information and respect freedom of speech because that is what democracy means." But it is populism that increasingly dominates Turkey's politics - not any one person, analysts Emre Erdogan and Sezin Oney write for Open Democracy. Erdogan positioned himself as the candidate of "the People" against the candidates of the "State" in the presidential campaign. In the coming months, Turkey's political system will be experiencing fundamental changes, as Erdogan will seek ways to remodel the parliamentarian system into a fully presidential one. The perils of presidentialism will be coupled with the perils of populism: polarizing political campaigns, a divided society and even more unaccountable political structures favouring the politically powerful. Erdogan's party has been picked out as a role model for the young and potential democracies of the Arab Spring. Erdogan indeed created a model; but as it turns out, Erdogan is modelling a "populist leadership". Emre Erdogan (@urbanhobbit) is a political scientist (Istanbul Bilgi University) and an expert on political methodology.


www.demdigest.org

Former United Nations High Commissioner Navi Pillay has urged Erdogan and the Turkish government not to follow in the ways of oppressive governments.
"It's very important that President Erdogan respect dissent and allow the free flow of information and respect freedom of speech because that is what democracy means." But it is populism that increasingly dominates Turkey's politics - not any one person, analysts Emre Erdogan and Sezin Oney write for Open Democracy. Erdogan positioned himself as the candidate of "the People" against the candidates of the "State" in the presidential campaign. In the coming months, Turkey's political system will be experiencing fundamental changes, as Erdogan will seek ways to remodel the parliamentarian system into a fully presidential one. The perils of presidentialism will be coupled with the perils of populism: polarizing political campaigns, a divided society and even more unaccountable political structures favouring the politically powerful. Erdogan's party has been picked out as a role model for the young and potential democracies of the Arab Spring. Erdogan indeed created a model; but as it turns out, Erdogan is modelling a "populist leadership". Emre Erdogan (@urbanhobbit) is a political scientist (Istanbul Bilgi University) and an expert on political methodology.


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