Query : Turkish Ethnology
- Alenka Bartulović3
- Mehmet Dursun ERDEM3
- Dissard, Laurent2
- Adem AYDEMİR1
- Alexandre Del Valle1
- Ali Akar1
- Ali Ünal 1
- Alim Koray Cengiz**1
- Altay Manço1
- Aydın İleri1
- Aysecan Terzioglu1
- Aziz Şeker*1
- Bayram Balci1
- Beate Collet1
- Benoît Sourou1
- Božidar Jezernik1
- Çağlar Keyder1
- Canka Amelian1
- Carole Ferret1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology13
- Political Science12
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences11
- Gender Studies4
- Cultural Heritage and Museology3
- Archaeology and Prehistory2
- Economies and Finances2
- Methods and Statistics2
- Biological Anthropology1
- Architecture and Space Management1
- Art and Art History1
- Musicology and Performing Arts1
The Yakuts, horse researchers
Situated at the north-east end of the expansion of the Turkish world, in Eastern Siberia, Yakutes adapted the steppe pastoral system to an environment of taiga, characterised by a continental climate of unhearted rigour. They keep cows, horses and reindeer. Horse breeding, the main outlet of which i...
Chamanism in Hungarian culture
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn Hungarian ethnology, research on chamanism has a long tradition. As early as the 19th century, it has been established that the former Hungarians religion (prior to the 19th century) was chamanism. Since then, scientists have been investigating his traces and believing him t...
ON PHONOLOGIC STRUCTURE ASARCIK DIALECT – II (CONSONANTS)
Understanding the phonologic structure of the Turkish language, is not possible to examine not only the written language. Investigation and examination of the local dialects of Turkish language will shed light on many points that can not be understood. Dialect studyings are directly resource of Turk...
TURKISH HOUSE IN 11th CENTURY ACCORDING TO THE DİVANÜ LUGATİ’T TÜRK
Turkish have possessed the features of being nomadic and settled for centuries. In other words, while it is possible to find Turkish who have fulfilled the necessities of being settled in one place, in another place, at the same period of time, it is possible to find Turkish who are showing the feat...
A TEXT IN THE SEMIOSPHERE: GUVERCINIM HARPUT’TA KALDI
Semiotics, appeared as a significant field in the history of thought in the beginning of the twentieth century, was applied to various scientific approaches and developed parallel to them. The approach labelled in the 1990s as “ecosemiotics”, “ecological semiotics” or “semiotic ecology” has taken an...
THE INVESTIGATION OF THE PROMOTION THESIS OF MUSEOLOGISTS’ IN THE CULTURAL HERITAGE ARCHIVE OF TURKISH REPUBLIC MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND TOURISM FROM THE SENIOR ARCHITECT MUSTAFA AYAŞLIOĞLU EXAMPLE
In the Archive of General Directorate of Cultural Heritage and Museums rendering service within Turkish Republic Ministry Of Culture and Tourism, there are important studies called “promotion thesis” or “promotion study” in the inventory of the Directorate prepared by museologists working in museums...
The Turkification of Toponyms in the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey
The present article examines the methods and stages of the policy of Turkification of the non-Muslim toponyms in the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey. Being stable linguistic facts, toponyms supply valuable material for topography and studies of dialects, ethnography, history and geography....
Writing, paper, book and paper marks in old Turks
Mentioned book was prepared by Prof. Şinasi Tekin who is specialized in Turkish ethnology, Turcologist and linguist. Book includes information under the title of role in culturel exchanges of writing and paper, paper-making, kind of papers and printery, manuscript and role of paper mark in its datin...
Post-Yugoslav Readings of Ivo Andrić’s Orientalism: The Ambivalence of Ottoman Legacy in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Conflicting understandings of the Ottoman and Bosnian past, which has been pragmatically reinterpreted through the nationalising gaze in the 1990s in the former Yugoslav space, tend to encompass different reinterpretations of the most prominent Bosnian (historical) figures. The Nobel Laureate Ivo An...
Mouths as data source of social science
Mouth research has often been carried out by researchers of language and folklore. Therefore, the assessment of data obtained in the research was limited to the work carried out in those areas. Oral texts show a large number of data that will contribute to different fields of social science, in part...
Dinler Tarihi'ne İlk Modern Türk Katkısı Hikmet Tanyu (1918- 1992)’nun Etnografik Fenomenolojisinin Temelleri
The History of Religions, along with its other functional features, is very interested in the religious ethnology, and so it is considered as “the science of the religious peoples” both in global and local perspectives. This article deals with Hikmet Tanyu (1918- 1992)’s ethnographical phenomenology...
Post-Yugoslav Readings of Ivo Andrić’s Orientalism: The Ambivalence of Ottoman Legacy in Bosnia-Herzegovina
<p>Conflicting understandings of the Ottoman and Bosnian past, which has been pragmatically reinterpreted through the nationalising gaze in the 1990s in the former Yugoslav space, tend to encompass different reinterpretations of the most prominent Bosnian (historical) figures. The Nobel Laureate Ivo...
Turkish Cypriots’ Reconstruction of Identity Through a Facebook Group / Kıbrıslı Türklerin Bir Facebook Grubu Aracılığıyla Sanal Dünyada Kimliklerini Yeniden İnşası
When we speak of the virtual word, one of the first social networking sites that comes to mind, not only in Turkey but all over the world must be Facebook. With our increased daily usage of Facebook, this social networking site is where both our daily lives and interpersonal relationships are tra...
A Evaluation on Cultures in the Turkish Etnogenesis issue Neolithic-Tunç and Iron Ages
has been an attraction for humanity from the earliest periods of history. The area with large forest texture also has prairie vegetation and climate. One of the most important characteristics of the region is that it is very rich in streams and rivers. Following the development of agriculture and li...
Conceptions of quality of life, body and gender among Turkish breast cancer patients
In accord with the increasing cancer rates, cancer became a highly visible illness, and cancer patients’ associations became more active and popular in Turkey. Many of those associations emphasize the concept of “quality of life,” and aim at inculcating a holistic and individualistic approach on hea...
W. RADLOFF AND THE TURKISH WORLD (With Respect to The 180th Birth Anniversary of W. Radloff) Abstract W. Radloff, worldwide known Turcologist, has accomplished numerous important works on almost every field related to Tucology such as dialectography, dialectology, lexiocography, lexicology, comparative historical phonetics and grammar of Turkish, transcription and facsimile of Turkish texts written with Runic, Uigur and Arap alphabets, Turkish folklore, Turksih ethnography, Turkish history and archaeology. This study elaborates W. Radloff’s scientific researches.
W. Radloff, worldwide known Turcologist, has accomplished numerous important works on almost every field related to Tucology such as dialectography, dialectology, lexiocography, lexicology, comparative historical phonetics and grammar of Turkish, transcription and facsimile of Turkish texts writt...
Dobrudža jako „jablko sváru“ mezi Bulharskem a Rumunskem
The paper tries to present the origin and development of the Dobrujan question within the framework of the Bulgarian-Romanian relations. The text deals with the historical development of this question during the period after the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878) until World War II. Attention is also pai...
Ludvík Kuba a jeho grant od císařepána
The text focuses on the personality of the Czech folklorist and artist Ludvík Kuba and his field work in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the end of the 19th century. In particular, it looks at his perception of ethnicity and the influence of Western and Turkish culture on the Slavic population of Bosnia a...
Before and beyond Gezi: The 2013 event in the historical context of the neoliberal contexthttp://566d4f64-3e19-473b-b3a0-4706c9d0a8To is based on ethnographic research carried out during the Gezi uprising in summer 2013, as well as on supporting ethnographic material collected before and after the uprising. Drawing theoretical support from F. Brontel’s theoretical shape, the Gezi uprising is approached as an ‘event’ of a short period of time as a result of historical ‘conjuncture’ processes. A historical event with the hallmark of decades of authoritarianism that led to the outbreak of summer 2013 with past references to the culture of protests in the 1980s and the beginning of the neoliberal reconstruction of the Turkish economy and to future developments related to the emergence of the left, pre-Kurdish party of the People’s Republic (Halkların Demokratik Partisi — HDP) as a symptom of this historical context.
To άρθρο είναι βασισμένο σε εθνογραφική έρευνα που πραγματοποιήθηκε κατά την διάρκεια της εξέγερσης του Γκεζί το καλοκαίρι του 2013, καθώς και σε υποστηρικτικό εθνογραφικό υλικό που συλλέχθηκε πριν αλλά και μετά την εξέγερση. Αντλώντας θεωρητική πλαισίωση από το θεωρητικό σχήμα του Φ. Μπροντέλ, η εξ...
Splencers OF THE POLONAL NOBLESSE DETARGENTED, OF APREED THE MEMORIALISTES OF XVII e SIÈCLE
The strength of certain literary representations is such that they remain deeply engraved in collective memory to the detriment of other, less well-known representations, even if they are part of the historical testimonies from which they were drawn. For example, the Mémoires de Françoise Bertaut de...
Shaping Public Opinion from the Sahara to the Caucasus: (16th - 21st centuries)
Deliberately focusing on a wide area in the larger Mediterranean space and beyond, ranging over three continents, touching regions from the Sahara to the Caucasus and Russia via the Middle East, and adopting an approach with case studies running from the sixteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the...
Turkey, from the periphery to the centre?
historically, Turkey is an “other” for Europe. European identity and Turkish identity have been formed through an ambivalent relationship (eloignement vs. proximite). This explains why Turkey’s formal association with the European Union has been a problem — forcing each of the partners to question t...
The Europeanisation of the candidate countries
This article proposes to analyse the facon of which the Turkish central administrations have changed their organisations and modes of action as a result of the European integration process. He investigated the case of Turkish Ministers to assess the impact of this process at three levels: inter-orga...
State and rule of law in Turkey
National hearing; The history of the Turkish Republic is not indissociable from that of democracy. It joins above all that of the State. “The Turkish State is a Republic”, says the first article of the 1982 Constitution. The advent of the Republic has meant that a reformed state has been in the proc...
Family among Turkish migrants. Standby duty or changes?
after three decennies of Turkish immigration to Europe and seventy-five years of modernite kemalist, the Turkish migration family should be in line with the modele of the western nuclear family. Thus, arranges, sex separation and strong patrilinearite are no longer just ‘bad memories’. However, if w...