Özler, İbrahim
January 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2008, Vol. 12 Issue 34, p327
Academic Journal
Considering that all societies have a change, we can mention that the fast changes and developments cause differences in the attitudes, behaviors and expectations of individuals and naturally it is seen that those affect the changes in mentality considerably. So it is possible to point out a close relationship between change and mentality.


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