Erkan's Field Diary

Blog URL:http://erkansaka.net/
Blog Tags:turkey, european union, cyberculture, politics, news
Country:Turkey
Location:Istanbul

“Erkan’s Field Diary” evolved from a dissertation project on Turkish journalism and the European Union (EU). In addition to the original topic, the blog monitors socio-cultural happenings and cybercultural emergences in Turkey. E



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Merkel was in town (in İstanbul) recently and shared these photos on her Instagram account. The post I think Merkel is in love appeared first on Erkan's Field Diary. Related posts: Part 3 of Arzu Geybullayeva piece: Where does religion end an...

Here’s how The New York Times tested blockchain to help you identify faked photos on your The post #Journalism agenda: “The New York Times tested #blockchain to help you identify faked photos… appeared first on Erkan's Field Diary...

Turkey ranks 110th in global democracy index by Didem Atakan Duvar English Turkey was ranked 110th The post Turkey doin’ great: ranks 110th in global democracy index;  Scores Lowest-Ever Points in Corruption Perception Index and worsening in...

Trustee Appointed to Foundation Co-Founded by Former PM Davutoğlu Bianet :: English A trustee has been The post Fratricide has no boundaries: “Trustee Appointed to Foundation Co-Founded by Former PM Davutoğlu #bisav appeared first on Erkan&...

Small signs of better future! Click here to continue: https://data.ibb.gov.tr/en/ Choppy Waters For Turkey’s Latest The post #İstanbul municipality starts to provide Open Data sets! appeared first on Erkan's Field Diary. No related post...

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JOURNALIST HRANT DINK COMMEMORATED : ‘We are Here Ahparig, We Shall Not Give up’ Bianet :: The post “HRANT DINK COMMEMORATED: ‘We are Here Ahparig, We Shall Not Give up’ appeared first on Erkan's Field Diary. No related posts.