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A feminist approach to family folklore: "Aganigi Naganigi"
This article is devoted to analysis of gender stereotyping in a TV commercial with a special focus on patriarchal family and family folklore. A recent TV commercial promoting consumption of hazelnuts, namely "Cave Man", ...
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A questionnaire: University students and proverbs
Results of the questionnaire in regard to proverbs, which has been done in April 2005 with the participation 84 university students, have been evaluated in two respects. Firstly, proverbs which are the products of oral ...
Jokes in "Englishman-Frenchman and German" verbal narrative form and ethnic humor
This paper is largely based on the linguistic theories of humor as formulated by Raskin and Attardo, and Davis's interpretation of these theories in relation to the ethnic jokes. The main argument is that, a joke could be ...
Sourtimes: "Format" is watching (S)users
In that study, I discussed the socio-political importance of Ekşi Sözlük (www.sourtimes.org), which is one of the largest internet communities in Turkey. At first glance, Ekşi Sözlük, a web site which has more than 60.000 ...
Karacaoğlan şiirlerinde imajlar
(Geleneksel Yayıncılık, 2008)
Makalenin ilk bölümü Karacaoğlan’ın beş şiirindeki imajların çözümlenmesine ayrılmıştır, bu çözümlemenin amacı bu şiirlerin ne tür duyusal deneyimler—görsel, işitsel, kokusal, dokunsal, tatsal-uyandırdıklarını araştırmaktır. ...