Türk Kültürü Dergisinde Milli Kimlik: Sosyal Ağ Analizi ve İçerik Analizine Dayalı Bir İnceleme
Gül, Ahmet Feyzi
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This study covers the analysis of the articles reflecting the national identity theme in the publications of the Turkish Culture journal between 1962-1980. The aim of the thesis is to reveal the publication policy and publication character / identity of the journal by examining the publications made in the journal of Turkish Culture under the concept of “national identity”. In the study, mainly over 200 articles published in the period and subject universe of the journal in question were selected as a research sample by a detailed scanning method. In terms of data and method, a new generation method, social network and content analysis method, was used in the research. Based on this method, quantitative author and concept analysis has been done within the specified period of the journal. According to the table that emerged as a result of the analysis, considering the concept map frequently used by the Turkish Culture magazine in the perspective of national identity, it was determined in which subjects the detailed review of the determined journal material will be evaluated. In the journal, the articles of the prominent authors with their articles reflecting the national identity perspective were examined and the publication character and policy of the journal were analyzed accordingly. In this regard, the research focused on revealing the publication identity of the Turkish Culture journal with an interdisciplinary study, the combination of a new method, network analysis method and classical classification and evaluation method. As a result, the following basic finding, which is thought to be extended ix by a research covering a longer period, was obtained: An identity image dominated by nationalism can be seen in the articles of Turkish Culture magazine. Nationalism, consisting of language, history and cultural ties, is the most striking aspect of the journal's perception of identity.