avatar
Alparslan Nas Assoc. Prof. Dr. Marmara University
Publication 13 Review 18 CrossRef Cited 21 TR Dizin Cited 21
13 Publication
18 Review
21 CrossRef Cited
21 TR Dizin Cited

Research Fields

Communication and Media Studies Multicultural, Intercultural and Cross-Cultural Studies Screen and Media Culture Consumption and Everyday Life Culture, Representation and Identity Cultural Theory Globalisation and Culture Advertising Advertising Analysis Social Advertising

Bio

I obtained a BA and MA in Cultural Studies from Sabancı University, then proceeded to finish my Ph.D. in Advertising from the Marmara University Faculty of Communication in Istanbul.

During my Ph.D. research, I studied the commodification of social movements from a critical advertising and branding perspective. After gaining my Ph.D. in 2015, I continued my scholarly work as a research assistant at the Department of Advertising on the critical studies of advertisements from critical/cultural studies perspectives. During this period, I also published my first book in Turkish, “Nation Branding: Theory and Practice”.

In 2018, I was given the title of associate professor in the same department. Subsequently, my initial book written in English, “Media Representations of the Cultural Other in Turkey”, was published by Palgrave Macmillan. In addition to my academic work, I was keen on participating in the creation of theoretical knowledge by serving as a peer reviewer in prominent international journals such as Feminist Media Studies, Asian Journal of Communication, Critical Studies in Media Communication, The International Spectator, International Journal of Consumer Studies, Journal of Marketing Management, and NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research. I am currently employed in the Department of Advertising, carrying out research on critical studies in advertising, branding studies and Turkish cultural studies, as well as producing a podcast on media and popular culture in Turkish on CultPost Podcast.

Institution

Marmara University

Popular Publications

Türk Sinemasında Azınlıklar
DOI: -
CITED 0 FAVORITE 3 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 2567

0

3

2567

THE ANALYSIS OF INFLUENCER MARKETING APPLICATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF POST-TRUTH
DOI: 10.55796/dusuncevetoplum.1104888
CITED 1 FAVORITE 2 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 906

1

2

906

Nation branding and sustainability: A comparative analysis of European countries
DOI: 10.26650/CONNECTIST2023-1180834
CITED 0 FAVORITE 2 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 661

0

2

661

Between the Urban and the Natural: Green Marketing of Istanbul’s Gated Community Projects
Published: 2017 , IDEALKENT
DOI: -
CITED 0 FAVORITE 1 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 1284

0

1

1284

0

1

2828

Publications

2

661

“You Won’t Walk Alone”: Online Feminist Testimony and Transforming Subjectivities of Veiling
Published: 2023 , Fe Dergi
DOI: 10.46655/federgi.1175902
FAVORITE 1 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 264

1

264

2

906

3

2567

0

3782

MEN CRY TOO, BUT… INTERPRETATION OF THE CRITIQUE OF HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY IN AXE ADVERTISEMENT
DOI: 10.17680/erciyesakademia.312263
FAVORITE 1 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 2409

1

2409

CULTURAL REPRESENTATION OF SPEED IN TURKEY’S 4.5G ADVERTISEMENTS
Published: 2017 , İletişim Dergisi
DOI: 10.17064/iuifd.333135
FAVORITE 1 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 1746

1

1746

1

1284

0

3421

Toplumsal Hareketlerin Markalanmasında Reklamın Kullanımı
Authors: Ali Murat Yel, Alparslan Nas
DOI: -
FAVORITE 0 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 1509

0

1509

1

3505

0

2772

1

2828

Publications

THE ANALYSIS OF INFLUENCER MARKETING APPLICATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF POST-TRUTH
DOI: 10.55796/dusuncevetoplum.1104888
CITED 1 FAVORITE 2 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 906

1

2

906

MEN CRY TOO, BUT… INTERPRETATION OF THE CRITIQUE OF HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY IN AXE ADVERTISEMENT
DOI: 10.17680/erciyesakademia.312263
CITED 3 FAVORITE 1 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 2409

3

1

2409

12

1

3505

Sakız Çiğneyen Kadınlar: Simgesel Şiddet Olarak Reklamın Feminist Eleştirel Analizi
DOI: 10.24955/ilef.305305
CITED 5 FAVORITE 0 TOTAL DOWNLOAD COUNT 2772

5

0

2772

Interactive Guide Tool
If you want to see the panel introduction, you can click Start Tour.