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|Title:||Politics and Religious Discrimination at Workplace: The case of Turkey|
|Keywords:||Religion;Religious diversity;Religious minorities;Discrimination;Turkey|
|Citation:||European Business Ethics Network (EBEN), Istanbul, Turkey, 26-28, 2015|
|Abstract:||This paper examines discrimination against religious minorities in the context of Turkey. First, we demonstrated a conceptual understanding of the religious diversity, and agency of religious minorities in social and political settings. Second, in order to reveal the perceptions of religious minorities on discrimination, we conducted 21 interviews with religious minority group members. Qualitative content analysis applied to all interview transcriptions, and we found two dimensions for this research: a) bias and invisible barriers for agency of religious minorities, and b) political approaches to agency of religious minorities. Within the dimensions, this study introduces social and political approaches that can be taken in order to improve the agency of religious minorities.|
|Appears in Collections:||Brunel Business School Research Papers|
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