Country report on social relations, individual attitudes and migrant integration experiences – Turkey

Through the three local case studies examined in Turkey, this report aims to explore the factors (social/group, ideational/political, governance and spatial) that are more relevant in shaping attitudes, interactions between long-term residents and post-2014 migrants, and migrants’ experiences of inclusion/exclusion. It addresses three cases: Small-Town East Marmara, Small-Town Central Anatolia and Rural Areas Mediterranean. Based on the data gathered through several methods (interviews, focus group discussions and participant observation), the report discusses the key similarities and differences across the different localities in terms of interactions and processes of inclusion/exclusion based on the Whole Comm typology.

Author: Zeynep Ceren Eren Benlisoy
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