The Dimensions of the Relationship Between Economy and Divorce in Turkey: Application on Border Provinces (Gaziantep-Kilis-Hatay-Şanlıurfa)

Yusuf Bozgeyik, Ibrahim Arslan, Souad Mouket


Turkey, especially after the 1980s, began to adopt a liberal economic policy alongside the impact of globalization. The 1980s are known as the years when countries around the world liberalized their economies and opened up to the global market. During this era of globalization, there was a significant momentum in the economic development of countries worldwide, leading to the creation of new employment opportunities. However, due to regional and global political developments, migration movements were accelerated.As a result, the challenging economic conditions caused adverse effects on families. Statistical analysis data from Gaziantep, Kilis, Hatay, and Şanlıurfa provinces indicate that both the economic conditions and education levels of migrating individuals have negatively influenced divorce rates.

Keywords: Migration, Economy, Divorce

DOI: 10.7176/JESD/14-14-02

Publication date:August 31st 2023

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