Yağbasan, Mustafa
January 2009
e-Journal of New World Sciences Academy (NWSA);2009, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p113
Academic Journal
The World testifies the globalization of the 21st. century. While that situation in which there are almost no borders gives the societies and the cultures the chance of knowing each other better on one side, it has led to the polarisation and the societies' trying to metamorphose each other on the other. It is thought that the globular communication and the dialogue will make important contributions in removing the negativeness being a global issue. At that process being dragged into the conflict atmosphrer whit the contributions of the orientalist and acidentalist currents, it is no doubt that the Turks' experiences and opinions - by having a different religion and culture and living with the European Culture one within the other for half a century-are of great impontance. This study aims at studying the communications, dialogues and problems -met at the German society-of the Turks living in Germany by depending on the scientific data on the inter-culturality. Significant findings have been obtained in that study supported by an inquiry.


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