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Africa, Turkey: Turkish Citizens With African Roots

Ekrem Eddy Güzeldere writes on en.qantara.de:

When asked about their self-definition, the large majority said they defined themselves primarily as Turks. Only a minority saw themselves as “Turkish citizens with African roots.” And the desire to be fully assimilated in society was more important than the maintenance of their identity.

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