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La renaissance de la presse minoritaire en Turquie : le rôle de la presse minoritaire dans l'émergence des leaders au sein des communautés minoritaires de Turquie

Abstract : Agos, the bilingual Turkish and Armenian weekly newspaper of the Armenian community has published since 1996 and Şalom, the unique weekly newspaper of the Jewish community has published since 1947, have strategic importance in their relations with the representatives of the two minorities. The examination of the minority press in the emergence of leaders in Turkey's minority communities shows that the minority press can change the opinion of the majority and create new norms and a social movement. In order to understand the civil representativeness of Hrant Dink in the Armenian minority, this research tries to analyze the complex dynamics of the minority press and allows us to grasp Dink's approach as an opinion leader of Armenian community. Thus, we can demonstrate that the minority press is capable of creating a leader and a newspaper with a circulation of less than two thousand copies can be a known platform of the whole world and the editor in chief of this newspaper can be a potential source of influence.
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Neşe Mesutoğlu. La renaissance de la presse minoritaire en Turquie : le rôle de la presse minoritaire dans l'émergence des leaders au sein des communautés minoritaires de Turquie. Droit. Université de Strasbourg, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017STRAA012⟩. ⟨tel-01907280⟩

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