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Ideological interventions in the Covid-19 health crisis in Turkey by power, politics, and religion

Abstract : This article aims at analyzing the various ideological interventions, prompted by the pandemic in Turkey, in the fields of power, politics, and religion. In a country and a context where politics and religion are closely connected, and a particular Turkish experience with few parallels in the Muslim world, our investigation will be two-fold: how to calculate the ongoing impact of Covid-19 on the Turkish political field, and secondly, how has the religious world reacted in backing up politics in its response to this crisis. We are seeking to understand the effects of the crisis on the established power, and on the orientations of national and international policy in the context of a health crisis. Lastly, we need to examine the role of religion in the management of the crisis.
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Bayram Balci, Sümbül Kaya. Ideological interventions in the Covid-19 health crisis in Turkey by power, politics, and religion. Turkish Policy Quarterly, 2021, 20 (2), pp.93 - 105. ⟨hal-03384119⟩

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