An exploration of the ways that teenagers realized and have been taught to learn, opposed to the history of the transition from Ottoman Empire to Turkish Republic. This examine provides us a clean standpoint at the transition from empire to republic through exhibiting us the ways in which examining used to be vital to the development of modernity.

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