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Turški roman v luči turške jezikovne politike : diplomsko delo
Primožič, Sara (Author), Matajc, Vanesa (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Novak-Lukanovič, Sonja (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V sledečem diplomskem delu poskušam predstaviti vpliv turške jezikovne politike na razvoj turške moderne literature. Natančneje se osredotočam na razvoj turškega romana. V začetnem delu naloge opisujem kulturnozgodovinsko ozadje turškega naroda, od nastanka Otomanskega cesarstva do ustanovitve Republike Turčije. V nadaljevanju se podrobneje posvečam lastnostim ter razvoju turške jezikovne reforme, v okviru katere predstavim tudi delovanje turške jezikovne politike in glavnih jezikoslovnih organov v državi. V drugem delu naloge sledi pregled turškega romanopisja, z izpostavitvijo glavnih imen turškega romana. Posvečam se tudi posamičnim literarnim tokovom, ki se razvijejo znotraj turške književnosti. Na začetku omenjam socialni realizem v literaturi, ki opisuje stanje prebivalstva, ki živi v bedi in revščini. Takšno stanje je posledica jezikovnih in družbenih sprememb znotraj Turčije, ki v drugi polovici dvajsetega stoletja preide v stanje krize identitete. Turški človek se znajde v precepu tradicije in sodobnega življenja. Razpet je med vrednotami Vzhoda in Zahoda, trka, ki zaznamuje predvsem sodobnejše turško romanopisje. Živi v duhu hibridne identitete, ki ni le razkol med zahodnimi in vzhodnimi vrednotami, temveč tudi razmik med evropsko zavestjo in islamskim izročilom.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:literatura in družba, Turčija, kulturna zgodovina, turška književnost, turški jezik, jezikovna reforma, nacionalna identiteta, Vzhod in Zahod, diplomsko delo
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2016
Publisher:[S. Primožič]
Number of pages:29 f.
UDC:821.512.161.09
COBISS.SI-ID:62069346 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
In the following undergraduate thesis, I try to give the reader an insight in the way Turkish language policy influenced the development of Turkish modern literature. I will focus specifically on the development of the Turkish novel. In the beginning of my thesis I describe the cultural and historic background of the Turkish nation, from the creation of the Ottoman Empire to the establishment of the Republic of Turkey. Then I go into more detail about the attributes and development of the Turkish language reform, where I also give an insight into the way the Turkish language policy was deployed and the governing bodies that deployed it. In the second part of my thesis I examine the Turkish novel writing and highlight the most important authors of Turkish novel. I also concentrate on various literary movements that develop within the growth of Turkish literature. At first I briefly talk about social realism in literature, which describes the state of the Turkish people who live in misery and poverty. The cause for such poor conditions among people are language and social change in Turkey, which passes over to crisis of identity in the second half of the twentieth century. The Turks find themselves in a dilemma between tradition and modern ways of life. They are torn between East and West, the clash that has sparked many contemporary Turkish novels. They continue to live in the spirit of a hybrid identity, which is not only a clash between western and eastern values, but also the difference between European consciousness and Islamic tradition.


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