Gündelik Yaşamda Zaman Algısı ve Nesneleşen Özne
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Everyday life consists of the movements through which an individual establishes their daily routine and carries out their actions within a specific time frame. This mobility encompasses activities in the home environment, work life, and leisure time. As a result of crises in everyday life, a process of isolation dominates the individual. These crises bring to mind the occurrence of unexpected situations and the obstruction of planned activities. The focus of this study report is the unexpected crisis perceived as a pandemic and the subsequent process of 'isolation'. The psychological impact of this process on the individual is expressed. Consequently, the individual may not feel like a subject. The pandemic has left unforgettable marks on human life by affecting the loss of lives, economic crises, job losses, education, social life, and more. In this regard, the new order brought about by the pandemic has changed ordinary daily life. This situation has required individuals to spend more time at home. The alienation of individuals who constantly stay at home and cannot socialize with themselves and their surroundings has been examined. Assigning personality traits to objects has been expected to satisfy the individual's efforts to socialize. Everyday objects at home have become both a means for individuals to express their own mood and effective in explaining the influence of the current psychology by embodying the family members in the objects. An object is a concept that can be perceived by the senses, has a concrete existence over time, and is present in the subject's consciousness. The gaze towards an object occurs as the subject determines it and imbues it with meaning. The relationship between them emerges when the subject first perceives the object and attributes meaning to it, thus occurring. However, this meaning is realized through the subject establishing a relationship with the object by attributing their biases and experiences to it. In this way, thanks to the meanings assigned by the subject, the object gains existence in the subject's mental world. Thus, individuals' perspectives on objects can vary from person to person due to the meanings they attribute to them. The change in priorities, the search for meaning in life, and the emergence of new relationships form the starting point of this study report. These crises and the process of isolation have led to a change in the subject's perception of time. With the change in time perception, the subject establishes their existence in the object. After the process of isolation, everyday life returned to its former state, and the individual did not establish their existence in the object.