In this article, we analyze to what extent the neighborhoods called `ghetto` have common characteristic attributable to “ghetto in literature” and try to comprehend whether `ghetto` is a real conduct or a discursive construction. This article agrees that metropolitan cities, which attracted great deal of migration, have residential segregation problem. However we question if this residential segregation makes a place `ghetto`. In this article findings of the field survey carried out in Adana (April /September 2010) has been used. Outcome is that in Adana, American type of ghetto, which is determined by its high degree of institutional discrimination and exclusion and by its inward closure have not been observed.
Ghetto, Migration, Res