1.Introduction Part 1: Demographic Structure 2. Citizenship, De Facto Statelessness, and Birth Registration of Syrian Migrants in Turkey 3.The Impact of Conflict-Induced Migration on Family Structure of Syrian Refugees in Turkey: A Comparative Analysis of Pre-Conflict and Post-Conflict Periods, 2006-2018 Part 2: Women and Child Health 4. Timing of Reproductive Events Among Host Community and Syrian Refugee Women in Turkey: An Event History Analysis from Menarche to Menopause 5. Child, Early and Forced Marriages Among Syrian Migrant Women in Turkey 6. Fertility Behavior of Syrian Women in Turkey: The Crosscut of Intention and Regulation Part 3: Integration and Inclusion 7. Syrian Children in Focus: Early School Leaving and Integration into the Turkish Education System 8. Syrians In Labor: A Matter of Integration Through Informality 9. Objective and Subjective Well-being Profiles of Syrian Migrants 10. Internal Movement of Syrian Refugees in Turkey Part 4: Future Implications 11. Projections for the Syrian Population in Turkey 12. The Early Childhood Development of Syrian Children in Turkey 13. Conclusion
Alanur Cavlin is faculty member of the Institute of Population Studies at Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey. Her research interests are registration systems, surveillance, demography of ethnicity, abortion and child abuse. She is the project director of 2018 Turkey Demographic and Health Survey..