ترک‌های آلمان (آلمانی: Deutsch-Türken, ترکی استانبولی: Almanya Türkleri) شامل افرادی که از ترکیه به آلمان مهاجرت کرده‌اند، یا فرزندانشان که در آلمان متولد شده‌اند، می‌شوند؛ که عموماً از ترکیه به آلمان کوچ کردند. ترک‌های آلمانی بزرگترین اقلیت قومی در آلمان را تشکیل می‌دهند.[۳][۴][۵] تخمین جمعیتی ترک‌های آلمان بین ۲٫۵–۲٫۷ میلیون،[۶] ۲٫۷ میلیون،[۷] ۳٫۵ میلیون[۸] و بیش از ۴ میلیون ترک شهروند آلمانی یک رگه و دورگه در این کشور زندگی می‌کنند.[۹][۱۰] و ۴٪-۵٪ از کل جمعیت آلمان را تشکیل می‌دهند.[۲]

ترک‌های آلمان
Almanya Türkleri
کل جمعیت
۱٬۶۲۹٬۴۸۰ (شهروندان ترکیه، در ۲۰۱۰)

۲٬۵۰۰٬۰۰۰۴٬۰۰۰٬۰۰۰ (ساکنان در آلمان با حداقل یکی از والدین ترک)[۱]

حدود ۵٪ از کل جمعیت آلمان[۲]
مناطق با جمعیت قابل توجه
ایالت نوردراین-وستفالناشتوتگارتمونیخبرلینفرانکفورت
آلمانیترکی استانبولی

ترک‌های سرشناس آلمانویرایش


  1. According to the definition of the German Federal Office of Statistics (Statistisches Bundesamt: "Zu den Menschen mit Migrationshintergrund zählen alle nach 1949 auf das heutige Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland Zugewanderten, sowie alle in Deutschland geborenen Ausländer und alle in Deutschland als Deutsche Geborenen mit zumindest einem zugewanderten oder als Ausländer in Deutschland geborenen Elternteil" ("Counted as people with immigrational background are all people who, after 1949, immigrated to the present territory of the Federal Republic of Germany, as well as everybody born as German citizen in Germany with at least one parent who immigrated to or was born as a foreigner in Germany.")
  2. ۲٫۰ ۲٫۱ Younge, Gary (15 March 2011). "Germans still struggling to resolve issues of race". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 2012-03-15.
  3. Schulte-Peevers et al. ۲۰۰۷, ۴۹.
  4. Levinson ۱۹۹۸, ۳۷.
  5. Horrocks & Kolinsky ۱۹۹۶, ۱۷.
  6. Bundesministerium des Inneren: Zusammenfassung "Muslimisches Leben in Deutschland" بایگانی‌شده در ۶ اکتبر ۲۰۱۴ توسط Wayback Machine, p. 2
  7. Liljeberg Research International: Deutsch-Türkische Lebens und Wertewelten 2012 بایگانی‌شده در ۱۱ اکتبر ۲۰۱۲ توسط Wayback Machine, July/August 2012, p. 8
  8. Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany London. "Turkey: strategically important partner". Retrieved 2010-09-08.
  9. Kötter et al. ۲۰۰۳, ۵۵.
  10. Haviland et al. ۲۰۱۰, ۶۷۵.


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