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Introduction to use knowledge of applied and basic medical (anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, microbiology, etc), physical science (chemistry, physics, mathematics) and social science (psychology, sociology, anthropology, philosophy) in the field of physical therapy and rehabilitation. Introduction to integrated approach in physiotherapy and rehabilitation applications Case studies in health sciences using interactive methods (problem solving, video analysis, literature search, group working, preparing report, oral presentation) to gain self-learning ability, knowledge and skills for assessment and finding solutions in the cases with health problems There is no midterm and final theoretical and practical exam. In all periods, a passing note is issued with taking the entire session.
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This course aims to provide students with a working knowledge of the academic research process and research methods, focusing on printed and electronic legal information resources along with recent academic research on the subject. The goals of the course are, in addition to the above, to develop students' academic writing skills and increase their exposure to various applications used in academic research and to help them become proficient in using traditional and online library systems.
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Roman law constitutes the basis of European continental law on which the Turkish legal system is also based. In this class, it will be emphasized how the legal institutions arose and developed.Through the examination of Roman law, the student will become familiar with the basic principles and rules. This course is particularly useful for those who are interested in the area of private law.
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Course work load :76 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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Law exists in all parts of social life, at all times. Many of us may have never been to a court, but we are engaged in legal relationships when we register for school, apply for a driver's license, pay our bills, etc. One of the most commonly employed questions regarding this relationship between law and society has been whether it is law that gives shape to whatever we take as the social, or the social that determines law, which will in turn affect the ways in which that society lives. The aim of this course is to think upon this intricate relationship from both sides, attempt to see law as a living entity within social life that not only shapes society but also is shaped by it. Although the principal theoretical framework will be sociological, this course intends to keep an interdisciplinary approach with the contribution of students from different departments. Through readings that study law in practice (courtroom practices, narratives, legal profession, etc.), everyday experiences with law (relationship between law and justice, how does social identity affect our relationship to law, etc.) and readings that investigate how expectations from law are developed (dispute resolution mechanisms and law, procedural justice, justice as an end result, etc.), the idea that law belongs to all people living in a society will be enhanced. For this purpose, the readings are selected predominantly from empirical works to allow the students to think upon law as it exists in everyday life. In this sense, it is intended as a self-reflexive course which will require the participants to think upon law not only as it is practiced at the institutional level but also as it takes place around them, in their own lives.
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How do political events and problems become legal matters, or what political factors are behind legal disputes? In this course, in light of the decisions of the Constitutional and other courts issued in the multi-party era, political events of the time will be reviewed. In that sense, while reviewing recent Turkish political history, the course will also look into how daily politics effect preferences in the courts' decisions.
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The aim of this course is to introduce law students to the main topics, concepts and methods of economics and to provide the basic knowledge needed to understand the important economic problems of our time.
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This course initially focusses on the developments leading to the estanblishment of the European Union. In this respect, the Schuman Plan, European Coal and Steal Community, European Atomic Energy Community, European Economic Community, Merger Treaty, Single European Act, Maastricht Treaty, Amsterdam Treaty, Nice Treaty and finally Lisbon Treaty are briefly assessed. Upon completion of evolutionary perspective, the constitutional norms on the separation of powers between the Union and the Member States is explained. Finally, the course makes a comprehensive assessment of the establishment, duties and interaction of main EU Institutions, namely the European Commission, Council, European Council, European Parliament and the Courts.
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The purpose of this course is to describe the concepts of political power, sovereignty, democracy, human rights, separation of powers, the state and basic characteristics of the state, and to set forth the structure and functioning of legislative and executive bodies in a comparative perspective. This course aims to elaborate on the enactment of the constitution and other legal norms as well as the hierarchy between them in the context of Turkish constitutional law.
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This course focuses on the development of the Turkish Constitutions since the Ottoman Empire, concepts of democracy, secularism, rule of law, welfare state, human rights and the principle of equality, also defined as the principles of the Republic in the Constitution. This course also embraces topics such as, but not limited to, political parties, electoral systems, freedom of expression and association, freedom of religion, constitutional proceedings, independence of the judiciary, right to a fair trial and social rights. The emergence and functioning of the judicial review of constitutionality and the European Convention on Human Rights will be particularly emphasized whilst encouraging students to analyze the decisions of these judicial bodies.
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The aim of this course is to give the students detailed knowledge of the law of legal persons and family law. In the first part, the student will get acquainted with the theory of legal persons and especially with the regulations for associations and charitable foundations. In the second part of the course, Turkish family law will be examined with regard to engagement, marriage, divorce, kinship and guardianship.
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Courses which take the literature as a base in legal education, represent two basic methods which are different from each other: The first one is “the course which, paying attention to lie within law, singles out literary texts dealing with legal problems” through the method of literary and linguistic analysis- or not-. This is “law as literature”; meanwhile the second method, addresses “literature” directly “as law”. Every approach which considers all kinds of literary work as a holistic source of law, has chosen this second method. For the reason that it is a heteronomy course which renders law dependent on literature and life itself, the name of the course is not “Law and Literature”, but “Literature and Law”; and it will be aimed at the lawyers, who know that the mentality of law which is identified with life can not keep away from neither literature nor other arts and disciplines, and who work, think over, make someone work and think over in this subject. Within this framework, the course will not hunt for legal terms in literary texts, but it will questionize the legalist postulates which turned out to be conditioned reflex and will question every kind of reductivism which cause to forget that the only thing that matters is the life itself.
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This course is implemented in the legal policy of Turkey Republic period, the breakpoints is upon examination of over. The goal of the social, economic and political dynamics that the law transformation periods shaped conversions showed concrete examples of how the reaction is to examine through.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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Introduction to Law for Non-lawyers is a course specially designed for non-lawyers to become acquainted with basic concepts of law, develop the ability to evaluate law from a theoretical perspective, have a command of the fundamental perspectives in the field of legal theory and pursue discussions making use of these perspectives. The course will also introduce and open contemporary mainstream and critical approaches into discussion.
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Democratic political representation in parliamentary Law, parliamentary law-making negotiation, the establishment of the Government, the Government should be checked, elected Deputy for acquisition of competence, capacity, drop, legislative parliamentary immunity and like parliamentary system the working order of the PARLIAMENT the key elements examined.
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Course work load :127 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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Law is a field of interest which regulates the human relations that may appear in different forms. In the light of this fact, the aim of this course is to scrutinize the conceptual and institutional framework of law. In this context, it is surely significant to obtain knowledge about the technical means and methods of law and skills regarding their effective use. But, it is also important to take into account the position of law in a wider context and with a special comparative emphasis on methods which are used by the social sciences and the natural sciences. The major topics in this course for students who are at the initial stage of their legal education are analysis of the larger framework of law and its effect on social life in general and in the relations of daily life.
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Course work load :102 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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Law is a field of interest which regulates human relations that may appear in different forms. In the light of this fact, the aim of this course is to scrutinize the conceptual and institutional framework of law. In this context, it is surely significant to acquire knowledge about the technical means and methods of law and skills regarding their effective use. But, it is also important to take into account the position of law in a wider context and with a special emphasis comparatively to methods which are used by the social sciences and the natural sciences. In this course, for students who are at the initial stage of their legal education, the analysis of the larger framework of law and its effects on social life in general and the relations of daily life are the major topics.
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The course aims to provide a general understanding of the concept of law. The content of the course is as follows: the basic concept of law, theories of legal interpretation, sources of Turkish Law and comparative law-making processes. On completion of this course, students will have gained the ability to use analytical skills in legal research and problem solving.
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The aim of this course is to build an academic basis for the future study of subjects based on contract law and law of torts. Upon completing the course, the student should have acquired a sound background knowledge of the relevant law and its application within a business context and have developed skills for clear and accurate communication as well as problem solving skills.
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The course is intented to improve the legal writing and oral skills of students who will participate in any Moot Court Competition, national or international. Instruction and guidance on legal research methods, how to prepare and organize a legal memorandum, litigation and advocacy strategies and improvement of oral presentation skills will be given.
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This course will address the needs of persons who will be active in the arts and culture business as artists, managers, organizers or sponsors. The course will begin by explaining the basic concepts of copyright and contract laws and continue by touching upon different transactions that may take place between the actors of the business, such as licence contracts or production contracts.
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This course discusses how psychological aspects of the human nature influence how laws are created and applied. Three main topics will be covered: Psychopathology and how it relates to crime; Psychological aspects of victimisation; and How memory as a cognitive process influences testimony and thus the legal process. Each of these topics will be covered in depth, presenting psychological theories and research findings related to the topic, and then this information will be discussed in the context of legal theory and contemporary Turkish law.
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This course aims at providing Erasmus Exchange Students and other participants with an understanding of the Turkish legal system and the reforms that are being undertaken in the framework of Turkey-EU negotiations. In addition, the course will provide an opportunity to Turkish students to become acquainted with legal terminology in English. The course will thus focus on the EU's acquis communautaire and the different areas where the harmonization between European and Turkish legislation is sought.
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This course will provide students with basic lawyering skills such as interviewing and counseling. Through practical exercises, interactive discussions and videotaped interviews, various stages of lawyering process will be examined. This course will further provide the opportunity to improve already existing skills and prepare the students for counseling-related problems that may arise in practice. Consistent attendance is required in order to insure the effectiveness of class exercises. Assessment will be done through practice sessions and no examinations will be held.
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Methodology of Law concentrates on the concept of information. Further, the classification of sciences and their interaction is examined. This course enables students to distinguish between natural sciences and social sciences leading to the questioning of law as a social science. Law, by its very nature, is very systematic and must be handled in a systematic way. Methodology of Law provides a foundation for the student upon on which the other law subjects may be based.
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Today economic analysis of law (or law and economics) is considered to be one of the most influential jurisprudential movements in contemporary jurisdictions. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the economic analysis of law, both as a set of tools for analyzing legal rules and institutions and as a jurisprudential movement. Students will learn not only the effects of legal rules on human behaviors and social welfare, but also the economic principles guiding the evolution of law. For instance, do people drive more carefully because of the strict liability? Do corporations provide safer products due to product liability laws? And given the social effects of legal rules, which are socially best (or more efficient)? The course starts with an outline of the general concepts of economic theory, such as rational choice theory, markets, supply, demand, efficiency and social welfare and the Coase theorem. The second part covers the application of economic analysis to various core areas of Turkish law such as property, torts, contracts, consumer protection and criminal law. The course neither presumes nor requires any background in economics or in law.
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In this course, the obligations of the state and the restriction and guaranty system of the rights and freedoms set forth in the Turkish Constitution and the European Convention on Human Rights will be focused upon. During the course the material scope and content of the each will also be identified and the procedural aspects of individual application will be dwelled upon. By analysing the jurisprudence of European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court, the course will provide sufficient knowledge regarding individual application to the Constitutional Court which is a recently established judicial remedy for human rights violations in Turkey.
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The aim of this course is to examine the interactions between democracy, political parties and electoral systems. The types of governmental systems (presidential, semi-presidential and parliamentary), the party systems (single party, two-party, multi-party) and the electoral systems (proportional representation and majoritarian) are among the subjects considered to be related to democracy. Governmental systems and the impact of political parties and electoral systems on the consolidation of democracy will be discussed and analyzed on a comparative basis in the light of theoretical propositions and empirical observations.
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