Prof. Deniz Ülke Arıboğan: “The youth always wanted freedom and justice in every period”

Noting that political psychology is a very essential science field, Prof. Deniz Ülke Arıboğan emphasized that now it is necessary that the needs of today’s youth must be read and understood correctly. Noting that all research shows that the youth’s priority is not money, career or fame, Prof. Arıboğan said highlighted the desire of the youth for freedom and justice. Prof. Dr. Arıboğan said that this situation is not only a concern of the period we are in, but that the youth have not liked the pressure that invited young people to order continuously in every period of history, starting from ancient times.

Young people do not like the pressure that invites order!

Üsküdar University Advisor to the Rector, Director of Political Psychology Application and Research Center Prof. Deniz Ülke Arıboğan said that the preferences of young voters are important in the election process.

Prof. Deniz Ülke Arıboğan stated that young people have always been fond of their freedom in every period of history starting from ancient times to the present day, and that young people have struggled to protect their freedom and rights in every period.

Young people do not like the pressure that invites constant order

Prof. Deniz Ülke Arıboğan stated that the young generation is also close to the political parties that defend this struggle for their freedom and rights and said, "Young people do not like the pressure that constantly oppresses and invites them to order. This is something that is in the nature of youth. Such a situation has existed since ancient times.

Young people complain of lack of merit

Prof. Dr. Deniz Ülke Arıboğan, who stated that the suspension of face-to-face education in universities, especially after the Kahramanmaraş earthquakes, caused reactions, said, "Even the conversion of online education in universities created a very serious and tremendous reaction. The young people were condemned to a joyless and socially depriving environment. On the other hand, young people find positioning very uncomfortable because of some sort of acquaintance. Young people do not want to accept this situation. Let them work as much as they want. They know that someone, who are much more unskilled than themselves, would be raised to general manager in their 20s. They are very upset with that.".

Young people leaning towards President Erdoğan are against the status quoists in the world

Noting that in spite of these discomforts of young people, some researchers have found that young people who support President Erdoğan are also against the status quoists in the outside world, Prof. Deniz Ülke Arıboğan said, "Young people who leaning towards President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan are also against the status quoists in the outside world. Erdoğan is a leader who says, ‘The world is bigger than five.’. It symbolizes a power that rebels against America in the world that it designs. These young people are also after the revolutionism there that resists this situation. Thus, the main issue is revolution on both sides. That's how those who voted for him look at it. They look at it in that way, while others seek revision. This is how the youth on both sides are dragged by the influence of these winds.".

Young people want justice and freedom

Stating that political psychology is a very important field of science, Prof. Deniz Ülke Arıboğan said, "It is not possible to understand youth properly without knowing this. We see that in all research, the priority of young people is neither money, career nor fame. They want justice and freedom. It turns out so clearly. That is where they are impacted the most. There is a saying that 'wherever you are injured, it becomes your identity'. You injured the the youth from there. The youth seek justice in their life, not in the law, not in the judiciary. They think that 'I'm going to work, I'm going to try. Will there be a fair opportunity or will someone's nephew come ahead of me?". It is falling apart there. No matter what happens in this country. No matter who wins the election, this order must change. This is unacceptable. The despair, the anger and the frustration with the state in their eyes are very upsetting.”.


Üsküdar News Agency (ÜNA)