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11 EYLÜL 2001 OLAYLARININ KANADA VE AMERİKA ÜNİVERSİTELERİNDEKİ İSLAMLA İLGİLİ LİSANSÜSTÜ ÇALIŞMALARA ETKİSİ

THE IMPACT OF SEPTEMBER 11TH, 2001 ON THE STUDY OF ISLAM IN CANADIAN AND AMERICAN GRADUATE HIGHER EDUCATION

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Abstract (2. Language): 
The attacks of September 11 th , 2001 remain the defining event of our young century. Perhaps nothing indicates the scale of their significance more than our continued inability, more than ten years later, to reach general consensus over the purpose of the attacks or their likely ramifications for global politics. This article examines a small sampling of the voluminous academic studies that appeared subsequent the attacks in New Yorkand Washington on September 11, 2001. The examined theses and dissertations are submitted to the universities in Canada and the U.S. and they include works about Islam and Muslims. All of them were written within a decade of the events and all refer both to Islam and the attacks of September 11 th , 2001.
Abstract (Original Language): 
11 Eylül saldırılarıgenç yüzyılımızın tanımlayıcıolayıolarak kalmaktadır. Belki de saldırıların amacına dair genel bir fikir birliğine ulaşmak ya da saldırıların küresel politikalardaki olasıetkilerinin amaçlarına ulaşmak için, saldırılardan sonraki 10 yıldan fazla bir zaman bile, hiçbir şey bizim süregelmekte olan beceriksizliğimizden daha fazla saldırıların önem derecelerini göstermez. Bumakale 11 Eylül 2001’de Washington ve Newyork’taki saldırılardan sonra gözüken hacimli akademik çalışmaların küçük bir örneklemini incelemektedir. İncelenen tezler ve doktora çalışmalarıKanada ve Amerika’daki üniversitelere gönderilmiştir ve bu tezler ve doktora çalışmaları İslam ve Müslümanlar hakkındaki çalışmalarıiçermektedirler. Tez ve doktora çalışmalarının hepsi olayların gerçekleştiği 10 yıllık dönem içerisinde yazılmıştır ve bu çalışmaların tümü İslam ve 11 Eylül 2011 saldırılarına dikkat çekmektedir.

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