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Abstract


THE CONCEPT OF SECURITY CULTURE UNDER THE CHANGING DYNAMICS FOR PERCEPTION OF POWER AND SECURITY BUILDING OF THE NATION STATE
There is an ongoing debate about the change of power and security conceptsdue to the revolutionary effects of global developments in the world. Although the concept of security, as one of the main research topics of academic scholars in the International Relations (IR) discipline, is mostly identified with the nation state in traditional theories, today this concept started to be evaluated from a wider perspective. This conceptual change of securityraises discussion on the questioning of the state in terms of its functioning. This study aims to bring a concrete and comprehensive understanding of how the established perception of security evolving in the nation state axis has changed. In this context, it focuses on how power and security concepts are perceived within the framework of changing world dynamics. While discussing how the security culture as a new concept has changed the security understanding as an external effect of global developments, it is tried to bring a comprehensive explanation about the effect of new types of threats on traditional security understanding. Contrary to the crisis and conflict-based discussions, security culture is discussed by addressing the different dimensions of security, such as foodshortage, health, migration and transnational terrorism. Besides, it is also evaluated how non-state small powers erode the nation state and how national security is evolvingly structured by traditional IR theories. Although it can be stated that the specified aspects of security weaken the capacity of the nation state, it is concluded that the nation state can consolidate its power by using various methods, where it has not been replaced by any other polity. At the end of the day, it is considered that the nation state has not lost but regained its ability to influence security culture.

Keywords
Security Culture, Power, Nation State


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