BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi

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ISSN / EISSN : 2717-8137 / 2717-8137
Published by: BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi (10.46321)
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Osman Mert
Published: 1 January 2022
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.80

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In Turkish culture, mourning ceremonies are one of the cultural features that have preserved their existence until today for reasons such as respecting the dead, reflecting the pain felt in the face of death, and sharing the pain. Many mortal events that are painful on a personal or societal level are often expressed with laments in Turkish tribes. From the pre-Islamic Period to the present day, the tradition of funeral rites, mourning, and lamentation has always existed in Turks. Funeral ceremonies, funeral rituals, practices, burial forms, perception of death and grave/cemetery in the history of Turkish culture; Although the reactions to death differ according to accepted belief systems, naturally, there has been no change in the pain felt by the relatives of the deceased and the deep trauma experienced in the face of death through the historical process. Helpless in the face of death, which is as significant as birth, human beings reflected this helplessness sometimes by shedding tears, sometimes by sadness, and sometimes by lamenting. However, although the pain itself faded over time from individuals, emotional laments can be preserved in cultural memory and continue to exist among the important aspects of culture. The most comprehensive first examples of lament texts that can be identified in poetic form in Köktürk letter inscriptions, Yenisey and Talas Inscriptions, in particular, are Alper Tonga Elegy and other lament texts in Dîvânu Lugâti't-Türk. In this study, within the framework of the tradition of lamenting in Turkish culture, the similarities between the Alp Er Tonga Elegy and the Köktürk letter inscriptions, which are tombstones, are presented to attention.
Fevzi Karademir
Published: 1 January 2022
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.85

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In this study, the term “limitation” is discussed based on the data obtained through document analysis. Therefore, firstly, the conceptual framework of the word limitation was tried to be drawn based on the relevant sources. Then, five master’s theses and five doctoral dissertations were chosen via random sampling by entering the keywords “Turkish education”, “Turkish language and literature” into the search engine https://tez.yok.gov.tr/UlusalTezMerkezi. In these theses and dissertations, the term, “limitation”, is evaluated in terms of its usage. From the findings, it was determined that the term “limitation” was widely used incorrectly in postgraduate theses. This situation was also observed in some scientific research. It was emphasized that it is a scientific necessity to use limitations and limits/delimitation with the right content to prevent conceptual confusion.
Ammar Tekin
Published: 1 January 2022
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.88

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The study investigates the pre-service English language teachers’ speaking self-efficacies in regards to several variables (gender, grade level, mother’s education level, father’s education level, academic achievement). The study employs a survey method. The sample is determined via random sampling, which consists of 161 pre-service English language teachers studying at the Faculty of Education, Duzce University, Turkey. The data is collected via the “Speaking Self-Efficacy Scale for Pre-Service Teachers”, developed by Katranci and Melanlioglu (2013). The scale consists of five sub-dimensions, which are: “speaking in public”, “speaking effectively”, “applying the rules of speech”, “organizing the content of speech” and “evaluating speech” and 25 items in total. The study indicates that pre-service teachers of English have high speaking self-efficacy. Male pre-service English language teachers have higher “speaking in public” self-efficacy than female pre-service teachers. Grade level is found to be a determining factor in pre-service English language teachers’ speaking self-efficacy.
Meryem Güler
Published: 1 January 2022
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.82

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This research aims to examine Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar’s poem “Bendedir Korkusu” in the context of critical discourse analysis. In the discourse analyses that deal with literary texts, the discourse is examined by taking into account all the elements related to the discourse, such as the transpositional situations, how the person who creates the text prefers to do it, and so on. With the beginning of the discussion of the reflection of social, institutional, and individual elements in the discourses, it has been raised that the ideology hidden in the discourses should be examined in detail. The fact that ideology can be seen in written texts in more than one context requires that the implicit structure of works should be examined with an interdisciplinary perspective. Society and various contexts play a role in the formation of ideology, which can be defined as the beliefs, attitudes, and values of an individual. In the analysis of a literary work, it is important to reveal all the contexts, to ensure that language, society, and ideology transform and develop each other. In this study, Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar’s poem “Bendedir Korkusu” was examined with the method of critical discourse analysis. It has been determined that Tanpınar’s poetry was created by blending his point of view with Turkish culture, the ideas discussed and accepted in the world, and he reflected his ideology in his poetry.
Cengiz Alyilmaz
Published: 1 January 2022
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.90

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When we look at the people who do research and studies on the old Turkish inscriptions and the old Turkish language in the field of Turkology, it is remarkable that the names of Russian and German Turkologists are commonly in the foreground. Although they have done extremely successful studies and written works (books, articles, and papers), it is seen that the names and works of scientists in Turkey and the Turkish world are not given many places in the literature. Unfortunately, it is a sad fact that the number of scientists who research and analyze the old Turkish inscriptions and the old Turkish language in the Turkish world is very low. Of course, there are different reasons for this. During the Soviet Union Period, there are very few people preferred to work in this field, as it was considered by scholars to be risky to work on old Turkish inscriptions and the old Turkish language. AYDAROV deserves the titles of "great scholar" and "wise" to the end thanks to his scientific-academic studies and works he has written in the field of Turcology. Gubeydulla AYDAROV was one of the fearless scientists who did scientific-academic studies and wrote books on old Turkish inscriptions and the old Turkish language during the Soviet Union Period. AYDAROV made a very important contribution to the study of Turkology by writing valuable works and educating students and academics both during the Soviet Union period and during the independent and free Republic of Kazakhstan period. This article, it is aimed to give information about AYDAROV's life and his contributions to the studies of the old Turkish language and to make him and his works known by young scientists.
Ogün Peçenek
Published: 1 January 2022
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.97

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With the spread of capitalism, nature is being taken under the domination and exploited rapidly. Destruction of vegetation, destruction of living things, global warming, water scarcity, and pollution are just a few of them. The theory of ecocriticism, which emerged towards the end of the 20th century, aims to prevent the great destruction of nature through the science of literature. Deep ecology, one of the theories on which eco-criticism feeds, expresses that it is possible to protect nature from a spiritual point of view by presenting opinions that are opposite to the material approaches made for nature conservation. For this purpose, deep ecology benefits from the approaches of religions to nature; It has also adopted the nature-related practices of mystical teachings such as Buddhism, Taoism, and Shamanism. Sufi etiquette advises not to plunge into the life of the world and material pleasures, and to approach nature through a window of love and respect. Deep ecology and mysticism hold similar views and argue that spiritual methods, not material actions, will be the solution to people's greed for consumption. One of the greatest representatives of Sufism is Yunus Emre. In his poems, which he kneads with Sufism, spiritual values such as the love of man and nature, unity, being a good person, morality, virtue, and righteousness, which are also included in the field of study of deep ecology, come. Based on the common dynamics of deep ecology and Sufism, Yunus Emre's poems were tried to be read in the context of deep ecology in the article. This study is a new reading experiment in the field of eco-criticism and aims to contribute to approaches related to the ecological potentials of Sufism. In the research, it was seen that Yunus Emre's poems are readable from the point of view of deep ecology and offer a spiritual approach to the exploitation of nature. It is thought that the article is also important in terms of examining two separate philosophies with an interdisciplinary approach.
Selma Erdaği
Published: 1 January 2022
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.94

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Distance education is a system that has its roots in the past, that has just begun to be discovered by many countries due to the COVID-19 pandemic, where technology is used extensively and that enables teachers and students to meet on common ground. Due to the pandemic, our education system continues temporarily in the form of distance education. Undoubtedly, this change in the education system has primarily affected teachers and students. Since the distance education system refers to a process that is intertwined with technology, it has affected teachers and students in rural areas more. In this context, the purpose of the current study is to get the opinions of the teachers working in rural areas about the distance education process. The current study employed the case study design, one of the qualitative research methods. The data of the study were collected through interviews conducted with 12 teachers working in the rural areas of the city of Kars in the 2020-2021 school year. The collected data were collected by using the content analysis technique. According to the results of the study, it was concluded that the teachers working in rural areas evaluated the distance education process negatively, that they could not get the same efficiency from distance education as face-to-face education, and that the materials, activities, and methods used in lessons were limited, that the level of communication and cooperation with families was not adequate, that they experienced many problems as they were in rural areas and that they tried to produce their solutions.
Nurullah Şahin
Published: 1 January 2022
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.96

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Being a product of student-centered education, the use of digital storytelling which puts students in the center of education processes by stimulating their many receptors has recently come into prominence as a method on which a high amount of scientific research has been conducted. In this study, it was aimed to synthesize the results obtained from experimental studies in which the effect of digital story method on students' attitudes was investigated. Respective studies were accessed by using the keywords “digital story, digital storytelling, and attitude” in the databases of ULAKBIM TR Index, ERIC, Web of Science, EBSCOhost, Google Academics, and YOK Dissertation. The study, in which the analyzes were made with the CMA software, was carried out according to the random effects model. As a result of the analysis, the average effect size was calculated as +0.69. This result shows that digital story applications have a moderately positive impact on students' attitudes. The results of the analysis were examined according to the moderator variables. While the variables course type and type of publication do not make a significant difference on the effect sizes of the studies, the teaching level variable caused a significant difference. The study is critical because it is a synthesis of experimental studies examining the impact of digital stories on students' attitudes.
Melih Karagöz
Published: 1 January 2022
BUGU Dil ve Egitim Dergisi; https://doi.org/10.46321/bugu.95

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Expressive use of colors, most encountered in poetry among all literary works, contributes to the turn of expression in conveying thoughts, emotions, excitements, and images. Poets utilize the words that express colors in their poems to amplify the meaning through the association of emotions and to form images and themes. In this study, thirteen of Metin Güven’s books were scrutinized and the colors used by the poet were assorted by the technique of profiling. Unusually associated uses of colors were identified after analyzing the meaning of each color - positive, descriptive, and negative – through the use of Greimas’ category of effective grouping. While analyzing the use of colors, not only were the referential colors included but also the poems were analyzed using colors and their hues. Consequently, it is understood that all the colors used by the poet who has unique convictions for poems have some specific meanings, colors have positive, negative and descriptive references and the poet managed to be original using expressions of colors.
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