TITLE

SOĞUK SAVAŞ DÖNEMİ SOSYO-KÜLTÜREL DEĞİŞİMLER

AUTHOR(S)
Sariçoban, Gülay
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2009, Vol. 13 Issue 38, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
What are the trends to establish a new world system and their effects on social changes following World War II? To scrutinize the cold-war period and socio-cultural changes among societies, Newspapers, journals, articles, encyclopedia and books concerning the period. We have tried to explain how the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR) kept Mid, East and South Europe under her own domination and how the USA kept West Europe under her own domination and revealing the situation of the East-West Blocks and the third world countries, how these countries underwent changes in socio-cultural arena were examined. The most striking change was observed in the international system in the cold-war period. In the aftermath of 1973 economic crisis the applications of welfare-state and the efforts for democracy were interrupted due to the increase in the demands of the societies. However, that the international relations gained speed caused rivalry in the fields of economy, military and trade. In addition to these, the differences between the societies also gradually increased. Some rapidly get larger, while other remained the same. Despite all the negativities of the cold war, its contributions to the developments in the socio-cultural field can not be undervalued.
ACCESSION #
40521624

 

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