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    KPDS-ÜDS için her gün bir sayfa OKUMA METNİ

    kpds-üds ye hazırlanan arkadaşlardan bir grup oluşturup çeşitli konulardan oluşan makale veya güncel haber içeren bir başlığı burda paylaşmak ve anlaşılmayan yerleri,deyimleri ve gramer yapıları üzerine yorum yapmak, görüş alışverişinde bulunmak ne derece etkin olur bu yolda

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    Deceit and self-deception
    Suspicious minds
    The importance of trickery

    DECEIVING others has its advantages. Camouflage in nature is useful to the hunter and the hunted. The smarter the animal, the more likely it is to use (and detect) deception to its benefit. Humans are particularly good at exploiting trickery to get ahead—for more money, more power or a desired mate. Yet deception is difficult, regardless of intelligence. Lying often leaves us nervous and twitchy, and complicated fictions can lead to depression and poor immune function. And then there are the ethical implications.
    In “The Folly of Fools” Robert Trivers, an American evolutionary biologist, explains that the most effectively devious people are often unaware of their deceit. Self-deception makes it easier to manipulate others to get ahead. Particularly intelligent people can be especially good at deceiving themselves.

    Mining research in biology, neurophysiology, immunology and psychology, Mr Trivers delivers a swift tour of links between deception and evolutionary progress. Some of it is intuitive. The grey squirrel, for example, cleverly builds false caches to discourage others from raiding its acorns. Placebos are sometimes as effective as medication without the nasty side effects. Other illustrations require more head-scratching. Mr Trivers argues that competition between our maternal and paternal genes can create “split selves”, which try to fool each other on a biological level. Human memory often involves an unconscious process of selection and distortion, the better to believe the stories we tell others.

    All of this deceit comes at a price. Mr Trivers suggests that the most cunning people (whether conscious fibbers or not) tend to benefit at the expense of everyone else. He highlights the way overconfident Wall Street traders may hurt investors and taxpayers at little personal risk. Then there are politicians who spin stories of national greatness to bolster support for costly wars in which they will not be fighting.

    There is certainly no shortage of human folly to consider. Mr Trivers offers some fascinating evidence of our biological cunning, yet the science of self-deception often takes a back seat to his political views and scepticism of the social sciences. This book could probably do without his long digressions about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Iraq war. But by the time readers reach these last few chapters, they will be wary of taking any story at face value anyway.

    Deceit and self-deception: Suspicious minds | The Economist Nov 5th 2011 The Economist

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    Çok güzel bir öneri keşke şu konu başlığına yazsaydınız önerinizi.

    http://www.dilforum.com/forum/oneri-...-oneriler.html

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    Güzel fikir ben katılmak isterim bu gruba.

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    Turkey strikes oil, gas deal with Shell

    Turkey’s TPAO moves forward in oil exploration efforts in the Mediterranean, signing a deal with Shell. The duo will also drill for oil in the southeast.

    Turkey has signed a deal with Royal Dutch Shell for energy exploration and production sharing in the Mediterranean and southeastern Anatolia.
    Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yıldız rejected suggestions that the deal was a response in retaliation to Greek Cypriot and Israeli oil exploration off the coast of Cyprus.
    “The deal is a result of technical work and has nothing to do with international speculation,” Yıldız said at a ceremony yesterday.
    The agreement, which covers seismic research off the Mediterranean province of Antalya as well as onshore drilling work near the southeastern province of Diyarbakır, was signed between the state-run Turkish Petroleum Corporation (TPAO) and Shell. Seismic research will be conducted off Antalya until 2014, after which exploratory drilling will begin. Shell and TPAO will share output equally if oil or gas is found, TPAO general manager Mehmet Uysal said.
    Shell’s Exploration and Production Chairman Malcolm Brinded said after identifying soil formation in Turkey’s southeastern Anatolian region they would initially open five wells and could expand to more than 10 wells in the future.
    Greek Cyprus signed a deal with the U.S. energy company Noble for exploratory drilling off the south coast of the island. Turkey retaliated by sending a ship to explore for gas in the Mediterranean after signing an accord with the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. The Greek Cypriot government angered Turkey further by seeking to extend cooperation with Israel in the exploration and export of natural gas.
    Yıldız said the projects Israel and Greek Cyprus are maintaining in the eastern Mediterranean are against international law and all Cypriots should benefit from energy projects.

    Turkey strikes oil, gas deal with Shell - Hurriyet Daily News
    ANKARA - Hürriyet Daily News Wednesday, November 23, 2011

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    The Arab Spring

    The Arab Spring (Arabic: الربيع العربي‎ ar-Rabīʻ al-ʻArabiyy) is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Arab world that began on Saturday, 18 December 2010. To date revolutions have occurred in Tunisia[2] and Egypt;[3] a civil war in Libya,[4] resulting in the fall of its government; civil uprisings in Bahrain,[5] Syria,[6] and Yemen;[7] major protests in Algeria,[8] Iraq,[9] Jordan,[10] Morocco,[11] and Oman;[12] and minor protests in Kuwait,[13] Lebanon,[14] Mauritania, Saudi Arabia,[15] Sudan,[16] and Western Sahara.[17] Clashes at the borders of Israel in May 2011 have also been inspired by the regional Arab Spring.[18]
    The protests have shared techniques of civil resistance in sustained campaigns involving strikes, demonstrations, marches and rallies, as well as the use of social media to organize, communicate, and raise awareness in the face of state attempts at repression and Internet censorship.[19]
    Many demonstrations have met violent responses from authorities,[20][21][22] as well as from pro-government militias and counter-demonstrators.[23][24][25] A major slogan of the demonstrators in the Arab world has been ash-shab yurid isqat an-nizam ("the people want to bring down the regime").[26]

    For Full Text: Arab Spring - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    evet metin uzunluğunu başta bir sayfa olarak düşünmüştüm başka kaynaklardan da okumalar yaptığımdan dolayı.ama bunu bir düzene oturtabilirsek grubun üyelerinden her gün bir kişinin belirleyeceği 3-4 sayfa-ekran uzunluğunda metinler burda paylaşılır metinlerde anlaşılmayan kalıplar, gramer yapıları vs. çoğunlukla yazıyı paylaşan arkadaşa yönlendirilir.bu bir anlamda yazıyı paylaşan için ödev niteliği taşır.devamlılığı gelirse baya faydalı olacağını düşünüyorum bir sonraki kpds-üds için.kpds ye 6 ay var günde 3 sayfadan 180*3=540 sayfa yapar.ilerleyen zamanlada metin uzunluğu da arttırılabilir.
    Arap Spring çok güzel ilgi çekici bir metin fakat biraz uzun gibi bir günde bitirebilmek için.bu tür yazılar yazı dizisi gibi parça parçada paylaşılabilir.
    şimdilik 3 kişiyiz sanırım.(sevi sevi,theasus ve ben) ideal grup sayısını 5 diye düşünüyorum.
    bu arada en son kpds den 65 civarı bekliyorum.katılımcıların da 60-80 gibi bir aralıkta olması grup uyumunda önemli bir faktör olur sanırım.takipçi olarak grup haricinde diğer arkadaşların ve hocaların da katılımını bekleriz.
    Theasus, Arap Spring yazısı Recent History başlığı da dahil olmak üzere senin paylaşımın olsun (bugün için)
    yarında Sevi Sevi nin paylaşımını beklioruz.

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    yazınızı okudum ve zorlandığım bir yeri olmadı pek bir kaç bilmediğim kelime haricinde.
    sevi de yok buralarda.gruba katılımı arttırmak için daha cazip teklifler sunmalı pek talep yok

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    Bende kendi çapımda daha öncede yapmıştım senin önerilerini pek katılım olmadı ama umutluyum sen buradan ben kendi konumdan elimizden geldiğince okuma yapma oranını arttırmalıyız

    Bu da benim konum ; http://www.dilforum.com/forum/readin...-uds-kpds.html

    buradakileri de okuyabilirsin gerçi biraz daha kolay okuma parçaları ama idare eder yinede.

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    evet ben bunları okumuştum. sanırım reading pack ten.muhakkak bu metinleri tek başıma okuyabilirim ama bu grup çalışmasındaki kadar verim alabileceğimi tahmin etmiyorum ve süreklilik gösteremiyorum.bi yerde sıkılıp bırakıyorum.bu grup çalışması ile metinlerin daha dikkatli okunup,öğrenilen kelimelerin ve kalıpların daha kalıcı olacağı fikrindeyim.

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    Alıntı ferid_56 isimli üyeden alıntı Mesajı göster
    bu arada en son kpds den 65 civarı bekliyorum.katılımcıların da 60-80 gibi bir aralıkta olması grup uyumunda önemli bir faktör olur sanırım.takipçi olarak grup haricinde diğer arkadaşların ve hocaların da katılımını bekleriz.
    Şimdi baştan söyleyeyim ben kriterlerinize uymuyorum. 54 max. puanım.

    Tüh buraya da kabul edilemedim görüyor musunuz hay Allah...

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    İnternette bulunan birçok Reading Kaynağını KPDS ve ÜDS sınavında çıkan paragraflarla kıyasladığımızda kolay olarak değerlendirebiliriz.Bulacağımız zorlu metinlerin Reading için faydalı olacağını düşünüyorum.

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    Sevi olsun sen yine de yarınki paylaşımını yap 3-4 sayfalık.linkle beraber metnin tamamını buraya aktarabilirsen daha iyi olur.bakalım neler olacak.güzel ilgi çekici bir yazı bekliyoruz senden.bu arada 20-25 dakika sonra paylaşımda bulunabilirsin senin gün dilimine gireceğimiz için.tşk

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    Alıntı sevi_sevi isimli üyeden alıntı Mesajı göster
    Şimdi baştan söyleyeyim ben kriterlerinize uymuyorum. 54 max. puanım.

    Tüh buraya da kabul edilemedim görüyor musunuz hay Allah...
    Forumda çok aktif ve paylaşımcı bir üyesiniz.Siz de mutlaka paylaşım yapmalısınız bence.Puana o kadar kafanızı takmayın.

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    Alıntı sevi_sevi isimli üyeden alıntı Mesajı göster
    Şimdi baştan söyleyeyim ben kriterlerinize uymuyorum. 54 max. puanım.

    Tüh buraya da kabul edilemedim görüyor musunuz hay Allah...
    Sevi_sevi, benim puanım daha düşük. Beni kabul ederler mi, dersin?

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    Russians Begin Voting in Parliamentary Elections

    Voters in Russia's far east have begun casting ballots in parliamentary elections that are expected to favor Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's United Russia party.

    The voting Sunday comes amid claims of campaign fraud and unprecedented intimidation of observers.

    Members of Russia's only independent election monitoring group say their leader was detained for 12 hours Saturday at a Moscow airport.

    Customs officials held Golos leader Lilya Shibanova at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport after she refused to hand over her laptop to security officers who said they wanted to inspect the computer for illegal software. She was released after she handed over the computer.

    The detention follows an incident Friday in which a Moscow court fined Golos about $1,000 for compiling election law violations and posting them online. Golos, (whose name means "vote,") has nearly 5,000 complaints of alleged violations that it has received via texting, e-mail and telephone.

    Golos public relations manager Dmitry Merezhko told VOA the court ruling will not stop the group from doing its job Sunday.

    The airport detention is just the latest incident concerning intimidation of Golos in the run-up to the elections. A state-run television station aired a program Friday night attacking Golos.

    Merezhko says the program is more of a concern than the court's ruling, and says he fears it could influence people still making decisions about the elections. But Merezhko says the group has recently received more public support in return for all the media coverage.

    Golos told VOA it will protest the court decision, but not until it is done monitoring the vote.

    Russians Begin Voting in Parliamentary Elections | News | English

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    Italy PM Sells Austerity Measures to Politicians

    Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti met with party leaders Saturday to build support for his proposed austerity measures as European leaders work to confront the continent's debt crisis.

    The government has not officially released details of the measures, but they are believed to include a mix of cuts and tax hikes and an increase to the retirement age.

    Several politicians have described the measures as "severe" but necessary, and Monti has promised to make them as socially equitable as possible.

    Italy's cabinet is set to meet Monday to approve the package in hopes it will help resolve the country's debt crisis.

    Greece, Ireland and Portugal have already been forced to secure international bailouts over the last year and a half. The main fear now for European leaders is that Italy, with the continent's third biggest economy, may also need a bailout to avoid defaulting on its debts - a crisis that would threaten the continent's monetary union and could lead to a renewed worldwide recession.

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy are to meet in Paris on Monday to announce a joint German-French plan to resolve the crisis, ahead of an EU summit next Friday in Brussels.

    All 27 EU nations would have to approve changes to the 1992 Maastricht Treaty that created the EU, but that broad approval may not be necessary if spending controls apply only to the 17 nations that use the euro as their currency.

    Italy PM Sells Austerity Measures to Politicians | Europe | English

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    German Chancellor Sees European 'Fiscal Union'

    Stock markets rallied after German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Friday for stricter fiscal rules for the 17-nation eurozone. In a speech before the German parliament, Merkel warned it will take years before the struggling currency union gets back on its feet -- echoing similar remarks aired the day before by her French counterpart, Nicolas Sarkozy.

    Speaking before the German parliament, Merkel said there are no simple or fast solutions for Europe's spreading sovereign debt and banking woes. But she also dismissed suggestions that Europe's leaders only have one last shot to fix the problems when they meet at a summit next week.

    Merkel said the eurozone crisis was not just a state crisis but a crisis of trust, as investors shun the eurozone bond market, banks dump government debt, and doubts grow about the survival of the euro union.

    Germany is the eurozone's most powerful member, and Merkel's speech was closely followed at home and abroad. The German chancellor holds talks Monday in Paris with President Nicolas Sarkozy of France - Europe's second-largest economy. The two leaders hope to cobble a joint rescue plan before next Thursday's European Union summit.

    In a speech Thursday evening, Sarkozy also warned of a long, tough road ahead for the eurozone.

    Sarkozy said France and Germany want a new eurozone pact and treaty reforms that demand more discipline, more solidarity and more responsibility toward Europe's citizens.

    But analysts say shorter-term solutions are also critical to restore confidence and help ailing eurozone members, along with the longer-term ones the two leaders are proposing.

    Sarkozy's speech also comes just months before French presidential elections. The main opposition Socialist Party swiftly criticized the president for abandoning French sovereignty on fiscal matters and taking his marching orders from Germany.


    German Chancellor Sees European 'Fiscal Union' | Europe | English

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    BLACK FRIDAY

    Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States, traditionally the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. On this day, most major retailers open extremely early, often at 4 a.m., or earlier, and offer promotional sales to kick off the shopping season, similar to Boxing Day sales in many Commonwealth Nations. Black Friday is not actually a holiday, but some non-retail employers give their employees the day off, increasing the number of potential shoppers. It has routinely been the busiest shopping day of the year since 2005, although news reports, which at that time were inaccurate, have described it as the busiest shopping day of the year for a much longer period of time.

    The day's name originated in Philadelphia, where it originally was used to describe the heavy and disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic which would occur on the day after Thanksgiving.Use of the term started before 1966 and began to see broader use outside Philadelphia around 1975. Later an alternative explanation began to be offered: that "Black Friday" indicates the point at which retailers begin to turn a profit, or are "in the black".
    For many years, it was common for retailers to open at 6:00 AM, but in the late 2000s many had crept to 5:00 or even 4:00. This was taken to a new extreme in 2011, when several retailers (including Target, Kohls, Macy's, Best Buy, and Bealls) opened at midnight for the first time.

    For more:Black Friday (shopping) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Russians Begin Voting in Parliamentary Elections

    Voters in Russia's far east have begun casting ballots in parliamentary elections that are expected to favor Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's United Russia party.

    The voting Sunday comes amid claims of campaign fraud and unprecedented intimidation of observers.

    Members of Russia's only independent election monitoring group say their leader was detained for 12 hours Saturday at a Moscow airport.

    Customs officials held Golos leader Lilya Shibanova at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport after she refused to hand over her laptop to security officers who said they wanted to inspect the computer for illegal software. She was released after she handed over the computer.

    The detention follows an incident Friday in which a Moscow court fined Golos about $1,000 for compiling election law violations and posting them online. Golos, (whose name means "vote,") has nearly 5,000 complaints of alleged violations that it has received via texting, e-mail and telephone.

    Golos public relations manager Dmitry Merezhko told VOA the court ruling will not stop the group from doing its job Sunday.

    The airport detention is just the latest incident concerning intimidation of Golos in the run-up to the elections. A state-run television station aired a program Friday night attacking Golos.

    Merezhko says the program is more of a concern than the court's ruling, and says he fears it could influence people still making decisions about the elections. But Merezhko says the group has recently received more public support in return for all the media coverage.

    Golos told VOA it will protest the court decision, but not until it is done monitoring the vote.

    Russians Begin Voting in Parliamentary Elections | News | English
    Okuduktan sonra "As it is pointed out in the passage, current government in Russia ......." şeklinde başlayan bir soru bekledim altında nedense

    Güzel metinler gerçekten teşekkürler.


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