This book is written around the ideas of cultural-integration of Turkish women in the Netherlands since the Mid-1990s. Women of Turkish origin who form a heterogeneous structure related to the political, economical, ethnical, educational, and religious positions have become active social and decisive actors of the Netherlands today. Particularly, the second generation women and their third generation children have achieved the integration with the social, political, economical and cultural life in the Netherlands. The modern role of the woman that changes and develops in the traditional Turkish family structure is the peak point of this study. The goal of this research is to examine the political participation and social development of second and third generation Turkish women who are living in the Netherlands. The reason for the evaluation of the period after 1990s of the nearly 45-year-old integration process is to demonstrate that immigrant Turkish women have shown a more tendency for the adaptation to the rules and norms of society, its social and political life in which they live in this period.