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p-ISSN 2146-796X
e-ISSN 2146-7978
Editor-in-Chief
Yunus Söylet

Editors
Recep Öztürk
Salih Murat Akkın
Süphan Nasır

Associate Editors
Burak Önal
Harun Serpil
Yiğit Yurder
2021 Volume 11
 
 
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Important Notice for Authors
As we reach a milestone in 2021, we are proud to have a decade-long scientific archive in line with the journal's mission, we are delighted to announce that our journal will be published under the authority of the Turkish Academy of Sciences (TÜBA) from the next issue on. We are confident that TÜBA, as the national academy of sciences of Turkey, will provide a strong impetus to the further institutionalization of our journal and help the journal achieve further goals and milestones in its field.
By the end of this year, we plan to publish all of the articles that have been accepted for publication or are still under peer review and will be accepted for publication. The manuscript submissions for the 2022 issues of our journal will start after a while, and new article acceptance and publication conditions will be announced later.
We thank all our stakeholders for their contributions. Hoping to see you in many new decades!
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Covid-19 & Education
     
  Evaluation of Students' Opinions Regarding Distance Learning Practices in Turkish Universities During the Covid-19 Pandemic  
    Oğuz Işık, Dilaver Tengilimoğlu, Perihan Şenel Tekin, Nurperihan Tosun, Aysu Zekioğlu / Online Preprint Issue, September 9, 2021  
  The purpose of this study is to identify whether students at Turkish universities are having difficulties in the distance learning process and to reveal their opinions regarding the system. Using a cross-cultural survey design, data were collected from 5052 students. Based on the collected data, 58.5% of the students have asynchronous distance learning classes in their universities. Read More...  
     
  The Readiness of Business Administration Departments for the Digital Age in the Post-Covid-19 Period: The Case of Turkey  
    Sahure Gonca Telli, Samet Aydın / 2021;11(1):123-138  
  Apart from the threat it poses for human health all over the world, Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on the economies of all countries due to the measures taken by governments to restrict human mobility and social life driven by the concerns that health systems would collapse. In this period, radical changes in business relations, working style, and consumer behaviors have forced businesses to seek different management strategies. Read More...  
     
  The Right to Education and Education Policies in the Context of the Transformative Effect of Digital Education Technology in the Pandemic Period  
    Muharrem Kılıç / 2021;11(1):25-37  
  'Social distance', which is the most important health precaution taken to minimize the transmission risk of Covid-19 pandemic, whose impact on our social life and institutional structures is expected to continue unpredictably, has completely disrupted the dynamics of social life. In this context, many sectors, especially education and training services, which can only be delivered in an organic social context, have had to undergo a rapid formation process through new building dynamics apart from their traditional structural elements. Leading to a crisis in education systems, Read More...  
     
  The Future of Higher Education: The Effects of Covid-19 on Teaching, Research and Internationalization  
    Alper Çalıkoğlu, Sedat Gümüş / 2020;10(3):249-259  
  Covid-19, which emerged in Wuhan, China at the end of 2019 and has turned into a pandemic in a short time, has brought many social problems. It is clear that it will also have some short and long term effects in the field of higher education. Read More...  
     
  Higher Education after Covid-19  
    Erhan Erkut / 2020;10(2):125-133  
  Higher education is one of the most severely impacted sectors by Covid-19. Almost all schools worldwide had to stop face-to-face education and approximately 2 billions students were forced to get their education online. This pandemic demonstrated that the Turkish higher education system was not well-prepared for a crisis of this proportion, nor was it ready for effective online teaching. Read More...  
     
  Distance Education at Universities during the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic: An Analysis of Undergraduate Students' Perceptions  
    Engin Karadağ, Cemil Yücel / 2020;10(2):181-192  
  The novel Coronavirus infection (Covid-19) reported by China in December 2019 turned into a pandemic in a few weeks, which affects the whole world. All the countries had to act fast in many areas, education being one of the first and most important. With a prompt decision, Turkish universities started delivering spring term courses through distance education as of 16 March 2020. Read More...  
     
  The Impact of the New Coronavirus on the Turkish Education Policy Practices: New Regulations of the Ministry of National Education and the Council of Higher Education  
    Ebru Eren / 2020;10(2):153-162  
  Infectious diseases have played an important role in social life throughout human history. Recently, an infectious disease caused by a new Coronavirus which is called Covid-19 has emerged. Cropping up in Wuhan, China, this disease has been spreading rapidly all over the world since December 2019. Read More...  
     
     
  The Contribution of the Strengthened Capacity of Vocational Education and Training System in Turkey to the Fight against Covid-19  
    Mahmut Özer / 2020;10(2):134-140  
  Education is one of the most heavily affected sectors by the negative consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic. Countries make an effort to support their students via distance education solutions and to avoid the interruption of education. Read More...  
Editors' Suggestion
     
  New Generation University: A Model Proposal  
    Metin Toprak, Yüksel Bayraktar, Armağan Erdoğan, Deniz Kolat, Mehmet Şengül / 2021;11(2 Pt 1):344-362  
   
  In the last quarter century, since the university is the main source of the human resources required by the knowledge society, structural and functional restructuring efforts of the university institution have been increasing to strengthen the positive impact on economic growth and social development through education and research activities. Today, the Anglo-Saxon and the Far East countries have the most successful university examples in this context; European universities come second in performance, although there are tremendous differences among member countries. Being a candidate for the European Union membership and as a member of the Council of Europe as the first signatory states of the Cultural Convention; implementation of reforms in the European Higher Education Area is obligatory for Turkey. In this study, an organizational and operating model has been developed in line with the European university reform agenda. Read More...
  Which Matters More in Higher Education: Social Environment or Teaching Excellence? A Comparison Between Private and Public Universities  
    Önder Kethüda / 2021;11(1):51-62  
   
  The competition among higher education institutions to attract and retain prospective students is constantly getting fiercer. Therefore, it is important to investigate the factors that affect student satisfaction, student loyalty, and perceived image of a university. This study aims to identify and compare the influence of social environment and teaching excellence provided to students on institutions' university image, student satisfaction, and student loyalty. The data were collected from 829 undergraduate students who were studying at 15 universities, 5 public and 10 private, in Istanbul. The data were analyzed by Structural Equation Modeling. The hypotheses were tested by using path analysis in AMOS and Independent Sample t-Test in SPSS. The results provide evidence that both social environment and teaching excellence have a direct significant influence on the image of a university and student satisfaction, together with an indirect influence on student loyalty through university image and student satisfaction. Some suggestions for higher education institutions are made based on the differences between coefficients among variables. Read More...
Book Reviews
     
Türkiye Bilim Raporu
Ufuk Akçiğit, Elif Özcan-Tok, 2020


Cem Korkut / 2021;11(2 Pt 1):373-374
Neoliberalizm, Bilgi ve Üniversiteler: Eleştirel Yükseköğretim Araştırmalarına Giriş
Editor: Mete Kurtoğlu, 2019


Muharrem Kaplan / 2021;11(1):185-186
Faydasız Bilginin Faydası
Abraham Flexner, 2017


Kemal Bakır / 2020;10(2):247-248
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Newest Articles
   
Development of Academic Leadership Scale: A Study of Validity and Reliability
İ Karsantık, M. Çetin / Online Preprint Issue, September 2, 2021
An Analysis of Distance Education Problems Experienced in Higher Education: A Meta-Synthesis Study
G. Kil, S. Uşun / Online Preprint Issue, September 1, 2021
Investigating the Views of Academic Staff on Academic Synergy
B. Han, B. Oral /2021;11(2 Pt 2):550-562
An Analysis of the Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing System in Foundation Higher Education Organizations
B. Tutcu / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):537-549
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in Turkey and an Analysis in the Context of Turkish Higher Education
A. Bozkurt et al. / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):521-536
An Analysis of PhD Students' Views on the Competencies of their Supervisors
H. Tutar, M. Altınöz, S. Güler / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):508-520
The Attitudinal Consequences of Perceived Organizational Support and Leader-Member Exchange for Academic Staff
O. Büyükyılmaz, M. Yenici / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):495-507
The Role of Feedback in Psychological/Emotional Well-Being: A Study on Research Assistants
A. M. Alparslan, S. Yastıoğlu, A. S. Özkul / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):485-494
The Effect of Self-Esteem, Positive Future Expectation and Attitude Toward Future on Happiness: An Analysis of Vocational School Students
B. Toker, M. B. Kalıpçı / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):473-484
Evaluation of Open and Distance Learners' Views on Employment
H. Kılınç, H. Altınpulluk, M. Fırat / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):461-472
A Qualitative Study on Informal Roles Assumed in Academic Organizations
M. Paçacı, R. Erdem / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):445-460
An Examination of University Students' Views of the Nature of Science Based on Their Epistemological Beliefs
S. Dinçol Özgür, S. Temel / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):438-444
University for Career Construction: Expectations and Realities
T. Kurt, T. Fidan / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):421-437
The Relationship between Academic Intellectual Leadership, Perceived Organizational Support and Organization Citizenship: A Study on the Higher Education Institutions in Turkey
F. Öztürk, G. Kılıçoğlu / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):409-420
Major Issues in Female Dormitories of Universities and their Relationship with Mental Health
M. Yukay Yüksel, A. Şenol, T. Buran / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):401-408
The Effect of a Gender Course on the Gender Attitudes, Critical Thinking Dispositions, and Media Literacy Skills of University Students
G. Koç et al. / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):387-400
An Essential Concept for the Turkish Higher Education Area: "Competition"
O. T. Aydın / 2021;11(2 Pt 2):375-386
Students' Perceptions of Classroom Management Practices of Native and Local Foreign Language Teachers in a Turkish University: A Cultural Perspective
Ş. Göktürk, E. Abat, Ö. Şişmanoğlu Kaymaz / 2021;11(2 Pt 1):363-372
A Study on Civil Aviation Students' Evaluation of their Internship Experiences
V. Yavaş, A. Macit, R. B. Yeşilay / 2021;11(2 Pt 1):331-343
 
 
 
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