Türkiye'de İslami Mizah, İktidar Ve Hegemonya: Cafcaf Ve Hacamat Dergileri
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This study discusses the hegemonic characteristic of Islamic humour magazine publishing via the examples of Cafcaf magazine which was published between 2008-2015 and Hacamat magazine which was published by a group of people from Cafcaf in 2015. In this direction, the concept of humour, firstly, and relatedly the concept of lughter and caricature, and thereby the meanig of humour is theoretically discussed. Then, by including the debates on the concept of hegemony, a line has been drawn on especially Gramsci‟s theoretical frame. In order to be appropriate for the course of this study and especially for he context of cultural identity debates, the hegemonic feature of humour has been highlighted, on the axis of Laclau and Mouffe‟s contribution to the theory of hegemony after widening the discussion of the concept of hegemony. Then, in the second chapter which is marking the basic moments of hegemonic struggle of Justice and Development Party goverment in the emergence and growing process for the sake of clarifying the political and social context of Cafcaf and Hacamat magazines, the hegemony of Justice and Development Party has been discussed by Gramsci‟s specific notions. In the last chapter, as Islamic humour magazines which follows this aforementioned transformation process, the discourses of Cafcaf and Hacamat magazines have been analyzed and overall critical themes that the magazines mentioned on essays and cartoons have been clarified.