Feminist Sosyal Politikanın Eleştirileri Bağlamında Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Sosyal Güvenlik Sisteminde Toplumsal Cinsiyetin Görünümü
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From the emergence to the present day, feminist theory tries to transform it into a critical approach to all fields of thought based on the claim that science is masculine. The interventionist welfare practices adopted by all states after the economic crisis of 1929, which have been part of state policies for many years, have been criticized by feminists from the perspective of gender. This study brings together the critics of feminist accumulation towards social policy as main topics. In the light of these criticisms, it is aimed to see how social policy issues related to gender are reflected in the Social Security System, which is one of the most important tools of the field in the Republic of Turkey. For this purpose, the legislation that was put into effect after the reformand and that is in force now (Law No. 5510 on Social Insurance and General Health Insurance and related sub-legislation) and provisions of the old laws applied before the reform (Laws 5434, 506, 1479, 2925 and 2926) and various practices of the Social Security Institution, which is the executive director of the social security system of the country, are examined from a gender perspective.
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