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Ways to Modernity in Greece and Turkey by Frangoudaki, Anna, ed.
Ways to Modernity in Greece and Turkey: Encounters with Europe, 1850-1950
by Frangoudaki, Anna, ed.
 
This book explores the reactions and coping mechanisms displayed in both societies in reaction to Europe's all-pervasive influence. Elites in both societies engaged in defensive modernization, culminating in parallel attempts to mould their nations in line with the western blueprint. The authors examine reforms in the legal regime, the changing nature of family and gender relations, and re-engineered conceptions of space and the built environment. They describe and analyse different aspects of the changes in the two societies over this period as they defined their practices and identities against Europe, and often against each other.
 
Published 20070515 by I. B. Tauris, Hardcover (Unjacketed), 256 Pages, ISBN: 9781845112899, ISBN-10: 184511289X, List Price $145.00.

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