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I'm Kat and I study psychology at the University of Potsdam. I really want to use this chance to get to know interesting new (and psychology unrelated) perspectives.

I live in Berlin and in my free time I love photography, inline-skating and yoga among others.

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The labour force movements from Turkey towards to some western countries has started in the late 1950s and the first years of the 1960s and it is still continuing. Economic recession caused by the oil crisis in 1973 was interrupted the immigration movement for a while. But it could not have prevented the immigration to continue in the form of "family reunion".  The biggest external migration has occurred towards to Germany.  The migration from Turkey to the European countries and especially to Germany is based on the demand of labor of these countries. 

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In this article, the journalist summarizes David Thomson's book, entitled "The French jihadists." It shows the importance of women in the new jihad mostly leaded by ISIS in Syria and Irak and the importance of social networks in their indoctrination. According to David Thomson, journalist and author of The French Jihadists, it would be on a range of 100-150 women and children, along with French fighters installed Syria.  Who are they? 

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It was a good talk on Tuesday wasn't it? But I have many thoughts and experience based ideas that I would like to express.  

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Sometimes the silence tells us more than the words. This silenced voices in a country can be the banned movies.

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Jafar Panahi’s “The Circle” depicts women’s lives in Iranian society in a grim light. Women are intentionally kept completely dependent on men, e.g. unable to purchase a cross country bus ticket on their own or to have an abortion without male consent. Women in Panahi’s movie are not their own societal and legal entities, but rather attachments to males, either fathers or husbands. Girls and women are unwanted, abandoned, harassed on the street and arrested as prostitutes.

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Hello everyone!

I'm Kat and I study psychology at the University of Potsdam. I really want to use this chance to get to know interesting new (and psychology unrelated) perspectives.

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