Erken Cumhuriyet Dönemi Türk Romanında Eğlence Hayatına İktidar Odaklı Bir Bakış
Gökşen , Erol
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In this study the early Republic era Turkish novel is dealt within the perspective of entertainment life. The theoritical background of the study is based on the concepts of daily life and place in Henri Lefebvre, and the concepts of power, body and the place in Michelle Focault. From the beginning of 1923 with the foundation of a new goverment, the ruling party has made many things to generalize its own hegemonic discourse and not only has it benefited from mass communication tools to effect the society easily but also put literature in the order of this discourse. Firstly serial novels that play a part in newspapers, which are a part of mass communication tools, being later printed have a great value in terms of being circulated in the society. The writers, knowing the function of the novel in the socialisation process have transferred their ideas through the novel, and thus contributed to the transformation of the society. The writers in the early Rebuplic era writers have sometimes written novels in the way that the ruling party favors them in terms of body and place representations, adopted than sometimes they criticised them. However, although all of the representation styles look contrary to each other, in reality all of them, merge in the same point and all of them work for the same ideological structure to settle.