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    • Early daggers in Anatolia – a necessary reappraisal 

      Zimmermann, T. (Trnavska Univerzita * Filozoficka Fakulta, 2006)
      This paper aims to give a conspectus of the earliest double-edged stabbing weapons in Anatolia, precisely identifying them as daggers through a clear functional and technological definition. Early lithic daggers from ...
    • Fine feathers make paper tigers: How the out-of-date superiority of "the other" gets propped up in advertisements 

      Riley, A.N. (2006)
      Functional myths often underlie widely subscribed epithets. In particular, one of the social functions of myths concerning the superiority of "the other" is to provide a basis for definitions of prestige. In examples drawn ...
    • Function as an object : a study on apps 

      Pak, Murat (Bilkent University, 2012)
      This study analyzes function of objects within the framework of digital technologies and relates the function with how we design and perceive technical artifacts. The main purpose of this examination is to change the ...
    • Seyahatnâme'deki ayetlerin işlevleri üzerine 

      Akyol, E. (Geleneksel Yayıncılık, 2011)
      17. yüzyılda İstanbul’da medrese eğitimi alan Evliyâ Çelebi, küçük yaştan itibaren İslam kültürüyle sıkı bir ilişki içinde yetişmişti. İslam kültürü ve şahsı arasındaki bu kuvvetli bağ birçok cihetten beslenmekteydi. Bunlar ...
    • Vladimir propp ve masalın biçimbilimi 

      Dündar, Hülya (2002)
      In this paper Vladimir Propp's book entitled Morphology of the Folktale is analyzed in terms of its theory, methods, and sources. In addition, Umay Günay's work entitled Elaziğ Masallari is mentioned as the first application ...