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Gruplar─▒n Yapt─▒klar─▒ Ödevler Sonucu Grup Ortalamalar─▒ A┼ča─č─▒da Gösterilmi┼čtir (sadece ödev verenler ortalamaya al─▒nm─▒┼čt─▒r)

1. Grup: 7.6

2. Grup: 10

3. Grup: 15

4. Grup: 15.1

5. Grup: 16.5

6. Grup: 15.5

7. Grup: 13.2

8. Grup: 13.8 

Bu sonuçlara göre en yüksek ortalamaya sahip olan 5. Grup üyelerine (sadace ödev verenlere) 5 puan bonus verilecektir.

 

Homework

Research Papers

Students are expected to contribute to research papers distributed among eight different groups, which are composed of ten students each (The eighth Group has twelve students, only). The fifth student of each group is a group leader and responsible for organizing the group members, distributing the parts of the paper, prepare the paper for the submission, and submitting the paper to me on 19.12.2019, during the class time. Students are supposed to prepare their parts of the paper according to the directives of both “Writing Research Papers in IR” and “Guide for Writing Papers”. The group members will be shown on the cover page of the paper with their responsible parts. This means that, each group member will be evaluated separately, and graded according to his/her performance. The members of the best research paper will be awarded 5 points bonus.

Groups for Research Papers

Group 1:

To what extent has the Eurozone crisis assisted in formulating political ideas as to the future of the European Union?

201034025

Burak

ÇUBUK

201034037

Rukiye

GÜLTEK─░N

201034308

Bahar

KOCAO─×LU

201134031

Hilal

ERARSLAN

201134076

Seda

AYGÜN

201134078

Hatice Cansu

ÜNSAL

201334047

Ali Artun

KORUCU

201334061

Ali Hürkan

TOKGÖZ

201424002

Sevcan

AKBABA

201434003

Furkan

AKYÜZ

Group 2:

To what extent have security and defence issues been brought to Brussels?

 

201434011

 

Sena Alara

 

BOZDA─×

201434012

Mehmet Denizhan

ÇEL─░K

201434020

Halid

DALMI┼×

201434023

Erdem

D─░NÇSOY

201434029

Ebru

ERTUNÇ

201434030

Utku Cem

ET─░

201434039

Janset Alara

KALAY

201434043

Ezgi

KIZILCA

201434046

Esra

KOÇAK

201434049

Enes

MERMER

Group 3:

Will there be any European Army in the future

 

201434055

 

Denizhan

 

ÖZKAN

201434064

Erdem

TA┼×KIRAN

201434065

Merve

TEBERO─×LU

201434074

Ünal

YILDIRIM

201434079

Merve

YÖRÜK

201523018

Alp Emre

SÖ─×ÜT

201534001

Ay┼čenur

AKMAN

201534002

Selcan

AKO─×LU

201534005

Devrim Deniz

ARMA─×AN

201534007

Ali ─░lker

ASLAN

 

Group 4:

Has a ‘Europeanized’ foreign and security policy strengthened the position of the member states in international affairs?

 

201534015

 

Tutku Nur

 

BAYRI

201534017

Ekin Ece

CAN

201534018

Sena Nur

ÇAKIRO─×LU

201534022

Fahrettin

ÇET─░NTA┼×

201534023

Ba┼čak

ÇEV─░K

201534025

Özge

DEREGÖZÜ

201534026

Münire Yasmin

DO─×AN

201534030

Tu─čçe

ERDEM

201534031

Onur

EREN

201534032

Aynur

ERKAN

 

Group 5:

Is there a (common) European external relations policy?

 

201534039

 

Furkan

 

KAVURT

201534040

Do─čukan

KAYA

201534042

O─čuzhan

KAYA

201534043

Melike Selin

KELE┼×

201534046

Serhat Can

KORKUTATA

201534048

Elife An─▒l

ME┼×EC─░

201534049

Semanur

O─×UZ

201534051

Umut

ÖZDERE

201534052

Kubilay Ça─čr─▒

ÖZER

201534053

Mustafa

ÖZ─░PEK

 

Group 6:

Considering 2019 Elections, how important are parties and political groups within the European Union?

 

201534054

 

Onur

 

ÖZKAN

201534055

Ezgi

ÖZKÖK

201534056

┼×eniz

ÖZMEN

201534057

Didar

SEL─░MO─×LU

201534059

Tu─čçe

┼×AH─░N

201534062

Sümeyye

┼×─░M┼×EK

201534063

Cemilenur

TALAY

201534065

Mert

TOPÇUO─×LU

201534068

Nida

TÜTÜNCÜ

201534070

Baran

ÜNAL

 

Group 7:

To what extent do nationalities within the European Commission have an impact on shaping European policy?

 

201534073

 

Erkan Cenk

 

YENER

201534075

Alpay

Y─░─×─░T

201534076

Ozan

ZENG─░N

201534301

─░rem

AKKAYA

201534403

Elçin Berna

ÖZSOY

201624654

Beyzanur

KORKMAZ

201634003

Barancan

AKTÜRK

201634039

Ozan

HAZIM

201634060

Taha Aliihsan

SU

201634413

Melisa

BAGALALI

Group 8:

What are the effects of Brexit on the European Union?

201634422

Merve Nur

ATE┼×

201634426

Ahmet Yusuf

TÜNEY

201634654

Hande

AKSOY

201634659

Elif Nur

ARSLANHAN

201634670

Ezgi

ÇEK─░Ç

201634673

┼×ükran Nuda

ÇET─░N

201634675

Yasin

DEM─░RC─░

201634680

Ferhat Furkan

EBE┼×

201634697

Sedanur

KARAKOÇ

201634710

Dilber Nur

ÖZCAN

201634713

Mahmut Sami

ÖZDEM─░R

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
   

 

Writing Research Papers in IR

Research papers answer a question of interest whereas descriptive papers doesn’t suggest a conclusion

Topic Selection and Question Development: Choose a topic by reviewing the subjects in the chapters presented in your textbook. Read the subject that interests you and narrow your focus to a sub-topic within the chapter. Narrow your focus to a sub-topic within a chapter. Formulate a question associated with your sub-topic (Develop a “what” question). Define “dependent” and “independent” variables. Dependent Variable: What the research seeks to understand; Independent Variables: The factors that affect the dependent variable

Literature Review: Literature review is about scholarly studies by other researchers associated with the research’s dependent variable. Literature review should focus on scholarly resources such as books journal articles and other printed materials.

Research Design: Collecting evidence to answer the research question, Select one or more events, issues, policies or circumstances in IR

Analysis and Writing: Developing an original research question; Conducting a thorough literature review; Creating a research design that identifies independent variables, hypotheses, and cases

Seven Sections in a Paper

1.      Abstract: One paragraph synopsis of your research project that includes: Your research question; The importance of studying this question; The variables you addressed in the study; Conclusions reached from the evidence

2.      Introduction: General information about the topic, including a brief history; Overview of how your paper structurally unfolds

3.      Literature Review: Describing the scholarly review; How your research question fits within this literature; State your research question at the end of this section

4.      Research Design: Describes the project format, including your choice of cases; Description and operationalization of the dependent and independent variables

5.      Case Presentation, Analysis and Discussion of Findings: Presentation of the cases that sets out the variables and the context; Followed by a discussion of evidence and the response to the research question

6.      Conclusion: Discussion of the importance of your findings

7.      Bibliography or Reference List: The sources you used in the paper

Guide for Writing Papers

Since homeworks and term papers are formal papers, they must conform to certain conventions of style and format. The following is a list of some of the basic rules that students must follow when writing papers.

1. The paper must have a title page, which includes the title of the paper, instructor’s name, course, date, and student’s name.

2. The pages of the paper must be numbered, excluding the title page. Use one-inch (2.54 cm) margins all around. Always double-space between lines.

3. The type must be of sufficient quality and size that it can be easily read (12 point Times New Roman is preferred). Use the same type size and style throughout (except for bold or italics meant to emphasize a word or phrase).

4. Grammar and spelling must be correct. Use a dictionary or “spell-check”. Remember, a spell-check program catches only typographical errors. It will not catch homonyms such as “their”, “they’re”, and “there”, nor will it catch misused words, such as “disinterested” when you mean “uninterested”.

5. Paragraphs must be used appropriately. A paragraph is meant to express a complete thought or idea. All sentences within the paragraph must be related to the single unifying idea. Three or four paragraphs per page is normal. Start a new paragraph when you start a new idea or shift to a new subject.

6. Avoid plagiarism. It refers to presenting the words and actions of others –whether established authors or your peers – as if they were your own. It means you have quoted or summarized something without attributing it to the appropriate source. You must acknowledge the source, either through an appropriately structured quotation or by paraphrasing and citing the material. Almost every work is based on personal experience relies in part on secondary sources (other publications on the same or related subjects) or on primary sources (manuscripts, collections, books, etc.). Ethics, as well as the laws of copyright, requires authors to identify their sources, particularly when quoting directly from them.

7. As the notation system, use “footnote” which means that the reference should be placed at the bottom of the page. The first footnote reference to a source should contain all the bibliographic information necessary to identify it. The second and subsequent references to a particular source may be abbreviated by using Latin abbreviations such as ibid and op. cit. Ibid is the abbreviation of ibidem and means “in the same place”. You use ibid for a reference entry when the citation is the same as the previous footnote. If the page number is different, you include the page number of the new entry after ibid. It saves you writing out the full reference again; for example:

1.        Kramer, Heinz. “Turkey and the EU: EU’s Perspective”, Insight Turkey, Volume 8, Number 4 (October-December, 2006), p. 25

2.        Ibid.

3.        Ibid., p.86.

Op. cit. is an abbreviation of opera citato that means “in the work cited”. It is used together with the author’s name and page number when the full reference has already been cited. For example:

1.        Kramer, Heinz. “Turkey and the EU: EU’s Perspective”, Insight Turkey, Volume 8, Number 4 (October-December, 2006), p. 25

2.        Inalcik, Halil. Turkey and Europe in History, Istanbul, Eren Press, 2006), p.183.

3.        Kramer, op.cit., p. 97

4.        Inalcik, op.cit., p. 185.

8. At the end of the paper, you must include a complete listing of all sources used in the essay. It should include only works referred to in the text and should be titled: References. References should be listed in alphabetical order, according to the author’s last name. For multiple authors of same publication, first author is last name first; subsequent authors are first name first. Include the following information: author’s or editor’s name(s); title; editor or translator, where applicable; edition (if not the first); volume number, where applicable; series title, where applicable, facts of publication (city, publisher, date); page numbers (only for footnotes in the article).

Examples:

                To cite books:

Leventhal, Paul L. and Sharon Tanzer, eds. Averting a Latin American Nuclear Arms Race: New Prospects and Challenges for Argentine-Brazil Nuclear Cooperation. New York: St. Martin’s, 1992

Aliber, Robert Z. The International Money Game. 5th ed. New York: Basic Books, 1987

To cite a journal article:

Ashley, Richard K. and R. B. J. Walker. “Speaking the Language of Exile: Dissident Thought in International Studies”. International Studies Quarterly 34 (3), 1990