BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi

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ISSN : 2717-8137
Published by: BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi (10.46321)
Total articles ≅ 43

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Nigar Hagverdi
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 221-229; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.53

The article deals with the trilogy of the great American writer W. Faulkner in the twentieth century and time and man as the main artistic and aesthetic concept of the novels included in this trilogy. Time remains one of the main aesthetic features of Faulkner's novels. According to W. Faulkner, the concepts of time and space play an important role in the evolution and development of events and images in his works.In the article, the concept of time is also the main goal of the complex style, and it is found that this concept has a functional role in the formation of not only the trilogy of the author, but also the characteristics of his previous works. The article analyzes the concept of time in connection with another important literary and philosophical concept, the concept of man. The article analyzes the contradiction between time and man and the impact of these two concepts on humanity.
Cengiz Alyilmaz
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 129-161.; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.51

It is observed throughout history that some scientists, artists, and intellectuals play a significant role in carrying values related to culture, language, literature, and art to the future, acting as pioneers. While enduring many difficulties and poverty in their lives, these exceptional people worked unselfishly and contributed greatly to their fields. At first, the actions of these extraordinary people drew strange reactions from ordinary people. With time, the said actions became accepted and started to make difference in the world. Contributing significantly to Turkish art history, Turkish cultural history, Turkish language, and Turkish epigraphics with the visual arts and illustration works he carried out in Turkey, Levent Alyap was born in Erzurum on May 3, 1977. Alyap's works are based on old Turkic culture and civilization, art, language, living, and beliefs. Utilizing information technologies also, Levent Alyap creates unique illustrations, designs, logos, and emblems; creates fonts influenced by old Turkic inscriptions' paleographic, calligraphic, and epigraphic characteristics; and writes related substantial papers. In 2012, Alyap was awarded the "Turkic World Service Award" because of his successful work and exceptional designs by Valeh Hacılar International Scientific and Cultural Research Foundation, based in Georgia. Along with his academic practices and prosperous studies, he also works as the art consultant and illustrator for the International Association of Turkish Literature and Culture Education (TEKE), International Journal of TEKE, TEKE Academy, and BUGU Journal of Language and Education. This study is focused on Levent Alyap's brief biography, art, and various logos he designed.
Ramazan Avci
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 184-205; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.49

There is no compact work published until 1923 regarding the history, geography, and social life of Kahramanmaraş, which is an ancient Anatolian city. Besim Atalay, who was appointed as the director of education in Maraş between 1915-1916, researched the history, geography, social life, traditions and customs, the language of the city, the state, science, and art people he raised and blended his research with his observations were published at The History and Geography of Maraş named work in 1923. The work, which is the first work written compactly about Maraş, contains very valuable and enlightening information about the social, cultural, historical, political, and economic life of Maraş in the last years of the Ottoman Period, provides information. This study aims to identify and present the observations and evaluations that shed light on the history, social and cultural life of Maraş with the eyes of an educator Ottoman intellectual and occasionally a critical point of view, based on the work named The History and Geography of Maraş.
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 366-379; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.64

One of the most important sources used in the XIX century researches of the history of the South Caucasus is a collection of documents from various years, published by the state, in which various statistical data were collected in the regions occupied by Tsarist Russia, called cameral descriptions. The statistical data in these documents are not only sufficient to show the number of the inhabitants of the region but also the amount of tax paid by the people in the documents, the family population number of the taxpayers, their nationality, the religion they belong to, the language they speak, etc. information is also shown. The work of Fahri VALEHOĞLU HACILAR The Privileged Groups of the Borchali Region of the 19th Century in Cameral Descriptions (Baku: Elm, 2021 - 320 p.) can be considered one of the first studies in this area. The main subject of this research is the local politics of Tsarist Russia after the occupation of the South Caucasus and the Borchali region, what privileges it provided to which groups, what these privileges were.
Yavuz Ercan Gül
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 45-59; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.46

The study examines the problem of ethnic identity formation faced by the modern education system considering the concept of ethnopedagogy. The research aims to draw the theoretical framework of ethnopedagogy discipline by using document analysis and concept analysis techniques. In the process of socio-cultural education, a multicultural education field can be formed by researching the knowledge and understanding of the traditional human upbringing cultures of ethnic groups and communities. This new case reveals the importance of ethnopedagogy, which is a branch of modern education. Ethnopedagogy is defined as the discipline of systematizing, analyzing, and generalizing the educational experiences of certain ethnic groups and their pedagogical traditions in the field of education and training. Ethnopedagogy aims to reveal the ideal person desired by the public by using the resources of folk pedagogy. In this respect, ethnopedagogy acts as a bridge between the past values of a nation and modern education.
Erdi Aksakal
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 60-74; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.39

Masculinity, structured as a fiction, is revealed by the relationship between power, labor and cathexis, like a strictly obeyed contract, and has an important area in the gender order. The Cinnet Garden tries to show how unsuccessful a man who killed his wife was in the process of building and representing masculinity and to question who the killer was. In fact, although the confessions of the suspect, the clues about the murder clearly reveal who the killer is, the assumptions that the masculinity fiction and construction that will commit the murder are lacking in adequate behavior, jargon and practices lead to a search for who the killer is. This search offers clues about the existence process of various types of masculinity within the construction and construction of masculinity. When the text in question is deconstructed, the gender and masculinity fictions of the text come to light. In addition, the hegemony of the patriarchal system causes the masculinities, who do not have more shares in the patriarchal power, to have feelings of fear of being humiliated, embarrassment of being afraid, silence and introversion. The study aims to reveal that even though it is known that he killed his wife, Müeyyet did not have a masculine language, could not prove himself, could not attain a privileged masculine performance, created doubts in the minds of dominant men and even women, and at least they could not convince them. At the same time, the work comes across various masculinity fictions while considering who the killer is; It aims to construct a sentence on the complex mindset in which honor, which aims to keep women in privacy and at the boundary of the household is also considered as a process product dependent on the morality and will of the woman.
Hanife Şeyda Dudak
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 103-122; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.43

This research was carried out to assess the overall trend in articles written in the area of teaching Turkish as a foreign language to children. Throughout the research, attention was paid to the concept of "teaching Turkish to children". Searches were performed through the Google Academic search engine, Dergipark, Ebscohost, and Researchgate databases when deciding on the research made on the subject. The meta-synthesis model was used in the study. The Meta-synthesis method offers the ability to deeply analyze the data, methods, and theoretical aspects of the reviewed studies. The articles identified as a result of the scanning were analyzed using the content analysis method. These articles were analyzed in terms of year of publication, the number of authors, aim, topic, research model, intended audience, data collection method, data analysis methods, and results. The general trends of the articles reviewed, and the conclusions of the articles are categorized and illustrated as graphics and tables in the findings section. The results of the analysis determined the general trends of articles published in the field of teaching children Turkish as a foreign language. This study is expected to guide the identification of these defects and deficiencies and contribute to the development of the literature.
Kübra Şengül
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 310-342; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.62

Children whose mother tongue and community language are different have different linguistic proficiency in both languages. It is very important for these children, who are defined as bilingual, to learn and use their mother tongue at a sufficient level, to learn the language of the community, and to develop positive personalities. This study, it is aimed to reveal the parents’ views on learning and using the mother tongue Turkish of bilingual Turkish children living in France, since the attitudes of the families are quite decisive in learning the mother tongue and community language. The qualitative research method was adopted in the study. Descriptive analysis technique was used in the analysis of the research data collected electronically with a structured interview form from the participants. As a result of the research, it was found that Turkish families living in France first communicate with their children in their mother tongue; however, it was determined that the language that children speak/understand best is French. Bilingual Turkish children living in France; It has been determined that the children prefer to speak French and use Turkish less frequently in daily life for reasons such as the social environment being French, the French being easier, not knowing Turkish enough, and the family’s distance from the Turkish language and culture. Participants stated that their participation in Turkish lessons in France has changed negatively during the COVID-19 pandemic; they reported that Turkish and Turkish Culture course hours were insufficient. It has been determined that bilingual Turkish children living in France have problems due to insufficient vocabulary, constructing Turkish sentences according to the French syntax, mixing French and Turkish letters, and forming mixed French-Turkish sentences. Regarding the solution of language problems experienced by children, they suggested increasing the hours of Turkish lessons, teaching Turkish books, and choosing teachers from Turks in France.
Mehtap Çayir
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 343-365; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.65

This paper aims at examining the effect of the gamification approach on students’ attitudes towards reading and written expression and academic success. The sample for this study consists of 63 third-grade students attending a state school in the Central Black Sea Region of Turkey during the 2019-2020 school year. While 33 students were included in the experimental group, the remaining 30 students were in the control group. A quasi-experimental design was used. Certain data collection instruments were used to determine participants’ attitudes towards reading and written expression and success in the Turkish course. SPSS v. 23.0 was employed to analyze data. Descriptive and predictive statistical techniques were used. Significant differences were obtained between experimental and control groups before and after the implementation. Finally, it was concluded that the gamified Turkish course positively affected participants’ attitudes towards reading and written expression and increased academic success in the Turkish course.
Cihat Çankaya
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi, Volume 2, pp 292-309; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.60

The human, who separated from other livings with his mind, has been succeeding the transferring what his learnings to after generations from himself in time and thus civilization have been moved by every generation to one step forward. Turks, who have one oldest culture and civilizations in the world and very much care about knowledge, reflected this situation in the works they created. Mu’înü’l-Mürîd, which aims to teach Islam to the society of the period, which it was written, includes some clues about the historical accumulation of the society that it belongs is in terms of the knowledge and information concepts. Based on the quatrains, which include the concept of knowledge in the work, a trip to the past was made; it has been trying to detect how and which forms of concept lived in the memory of Turkish society that lived in different geographies, different sociocultural regions, and conditions. In the process from VIII. century to XIV. century; it has been understanding that the expressions in the Orkhon Inscriptions, Kutadgu Bilig, Atebetü’l-Hakâyık, and Dîvânü Lügâti’t-Türk supported Mu’înü’l-Mürîd from the point of understanding and belief about knowledge; it has been determining that the Turkish society value to the concept of knowledge was preserved by Turkish society along with Turkish society’s cultural changes and developments in six hundred years.
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