• Dinçer Atamtürk Gaziantep Üniversitesi


Discipline, Complaint, Objection to Disciplinary Punishment


Discipline is an important tool in providing public services effectively, regularly and in accordance with the law. It is accepted that discipline has the capacity to prevent public institutions' human resources from acting against the determined rules. Public employees who act against the specified rules are subject to disciplinary penalties as a result of the investigation. In other words, discipline is a deterrent process on the one hand and a punitive process on the other. Disciplinary and criminal investigations in higher education institutions are carried out in accordance with the Higher Education Law No. 2547. In the Higher Education Law No. 2547, the right to object to the disciplinary punishment imposed at the end of a disciplinary investigation, which is an administrative procedure, to the necessary authorities is provided for some penalties, but is not regulated for some penalties. The aim of this study is to examine the objections to penalties imposed as a result of disciplinary processes in universities. By examining the objection mechanisms for the results of disciplinary and criminal investigations carried out in accordance with the aforementioned legislation, the study will try to determine the legal status of the complainant in case the disciplinary and criminal investigation begins as a result of a complaint. The concept of discipline, which is the subject of examination by many different branches of science such as philosophy, psychology and education, will be examined in this study as regulated in accordance with the legislation.


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Atamtürk, D. (2023). OBJECTIONS TO DISCIPLINARY PUNISHMENTS IN UNIVERSITIES. JOURNAL OF PURE SOCIAL SCIENCES (PURESOC) - PAK SOSYAL BİLİMLER DERGİSİ (PAKSOS), 4(7). Retrieved from https://paksos.com/index.php/puresoc/article/view/149