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The oral and available written literature remarks Alevi communities called Tahtaci as Oghuz Turks who migrated from Central Asia to Anatolia. Today, the community called “Tahtaci” and “Agaçeri”, since they are engaged in woodwork, is scattered across Medi... see more

The Institute of Alevi-Bektashi Culture was founded in Cologne, Germany, in 1997 under the honorary presidency of Prof. Dr. Irene Melikoff with the goal to conduct scientific, cultural and religious studies on Alevism and Bektashism. The main mission of t... see more

The ritual of sacrificing which has existed in almost all religions and traditions since ancient times is an important ritual. It seems that especially the ancient people have performed the sacrificing ritual in order to prevent the wrath of supernatural ... see more

The purpose of this study is to evaluate Anatolian Alevi People Living In Istanbul With Cultural “Purnell' Cultural Competence Model”. Sample of this qualitative conducted study includes total 30 Alevi people aging between 19 and 56, registered at Ümraniy... see more

Groups embracing ideas that do not conform to the ideas prevalent in the society, may choose to keep some of their views secret from the rest of the society in order to avoid outside pressure. Alawites in the Islamic world have developed a similar reflex ... see more

One of the most basic features of today's societies is that they are formed as heterogenic structures, not homogeneous. Societies are areas in which certain features that consist of social categories that have generally different ethnic and cult features ... see more

The “Bektashi Alevism” is a necessary definition for common and effective social construction along spreading from Anatolia to Balkans. The Turkish Language made its existence to continue in cultural environment as long as Bektashi Alevism continued. Mace... see more

The upbringing of ashiks, belief system they belong to and the context in which they performed poems, have influenced the content of their poems. The influences of upbringing are also clearly seen in the poetry of Ashik Kul Semai, who was brought up withi... see more

The pilgrimage phenomenon is an important aspect of folk belief within religious-social life. These pilgrimages are usually called “pir”/“dede”/“baba” tombs or “ziyaret” (sacred places where mountain, tree, stone, and water occur). The aim of the pilgrima... see more

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