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THE ALPHABETS THAT USED BY TUVA TURKS AND SOME SPECIALITIES OF ITS ORTHOGRAPHY / TUVA TüRKLER N N KULLANDIKLARI ALFABELER VE BAZI MLA ZELL KLER
Vildan KO?O?LU (M.A.H.)
Turkish Studies , 2008,
Abstract: Tuva Turks today is a people living in TuvaRepublic which is one of the otonom republik of RussiaFederation. Tuva Republic lies to west Altai Republic, tothe Krasnoyarsk Kray and Republic of Khakassia, Northwestto the Irkutsk Oblast and Buryat Republic, to theeast Mongolia. The capital city of Republic is Kyzyllocated in the shore of Ulug-Xem “Yenisey” river whichcombines in two big rivers Kaa-Xem and Bii-xem. Writtenlanguage and alphabets which are used by Tuvan peoplewho are lived in that historical place have occured witheffects of historical events.
THE SIMILAR ASPECTS OF THE RELATIONS OF TURK, ARMANIAN, FRENCH IN THE PERIOD OF CRUSADING CAMPAIGNS AND INDEPENDENCE WAR / BIRINCI HA LI SEFERINDE VE KURTULUS SAVASINDA TüRK-ERMENI-FRANSIZ MüNASEBETLERININ BENZER Y NLERI
Dr. Güray KIRPIK
Turkish Studies , 2008,
Abstract: We’ve seen that intensifying of the relations of Turk,Armenian, French Crusading Campaigns, can be said as big as it wasthe first world war between 1097-1291. Particularly this period’srelations are important between 1097-1107. Also we can said that thisrelations’ similar course was between 1915-1922. In this paper we’llsearch on what is these similarities or what was.
ROCK PETROGLYPHS AND SCRIPTS AS SOURCE OF TURKIC HISTORY AND CULTURE
Necati DEM?R
Zeitschrift für die Welt der Türken , 2009,
Abstract: The paper deals with rock scripts, figures (petroglyphs) and writings which we have been considering for last twenty years. The scientists refer the beginning of age to the discovery of scripts. However it is proved claim that the pictures and figures started to be carved on rocks back in 14th millenium BC. Pictures carved on rocks are able to be interpreted into certain explanations as scripts and human history of 15 thousand years is available to our perception. Rock pictures and figures with turkic features are regularly encountered in most parts of Asia and Europe and north part of Africa. They possess similarities with toponyms, architectural and other cultural components. While considering all the cultural components it becomes obvious that the turks have been existing on earth for 15 thousand years with magnificent culture. The paper touches upon issues regarding the ancience of rock petrogylphs and figures with turkic features and their located areas.
CULTURAL RELATIONS BETWEEN THE CRIMEAN TURKS AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AFTER 1783 ( 1783 YILINDAN SONRA KIRIM TüRKLER N N OSMANLI DEVLET LE KüLTüREL L K LER )
Dr. H. Murat ARABACI
Journal of International Social Research , 2008,
Abstract: New elements were added to the Ottoman Empire’s social structure with its multi-religious, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic character following the 19th century immigrations from Caucasus, Crimea and the Balkans. Muslim Crimean Turks constitute a major portion of this new mix. However, the relations between the Crimean Turks and the Ottoman Empire go farther back to previous centuries. The economic and cultural relations between Crimea and the Ottoman Empire did not disappear after the Russian invasion in 1873. They received aids in the field of education with the imports of course-books and the appointment of teachers.
Meskhetian (Ahiska) Turks in Turkey and Their Perception of Spatial Belonging  [PDF]
Zerrin Toprak Karaman, Damla Mursül
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2018.612009
Abstract: In its various aspects, the subject of “belonging” has been an important fundamental indicator in terms of understanding “social belonging relations” throughout the history of mankind. This study focuses on the Meskhetian Turks who have immigrated to Turkey since 1992. Using the selected sample below, it considers the Meskhetian Turks’ choice of a preferred motherland, Turkey or their own Meskhetian Territories with regard to social belonging. The research also questions the role of Turkish Governments during the period 1992-2017 who as decision makers in matters of “immigration administration” “encouraged” or “discouraged” the Meskhetian Turks to enter in Turkey. In addition, the level of public awareness drawn by the Meskhetian Turks’ recently increasing rates of arrival in Turkey along with the subject of their social adaption to local public life will be questioned through in depth interviews. Moreover, on a broader level, the emotions of the Meskhetian Turks towards spatial belonging will be scrutinized. And in the final analysis, the content of this paper examines the general question of “motherland” belonging, which is claimed to exist amongst the Meskhetian Turks both towards Turkey and the Meskhetian territories.
THE REGIONS OF THE SPREAD OF CRIMEAN TATAR TURKISH / KIRIM TATAR TüRK ES N N YAYILMA ALANLARI
Prof. Dr. Nevzat ?ZKAN
Turkish Studies , 2008,
Abstract: Turks began to live in Crimea before the 7th century B.C., butCrimean Turkish became a literary language with Kipchak Turks in13th century. Ottoman State affected Crimea both politically andculturally. After Russia occupied Crimea in 1771, Crimean TatarTurks began to migrate to Balkan States and Anatolia. After 1944,Russians banished Crimean Tatar Turks to, especially, Uzbekistan,Central Asia, Urals and Siberia. After USSR’s collapse in 1990,Crimean Tatar Turks started to recover.
INDICATORS OF GAGAVUZ TURKISH IDENTITY IN SOCIO-CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC CONTEXT
Sibel KILI?
Zeitschrift für die Welt der Türken , 2010,
Abstract: As with every society, Gagavuz art also have been directed and styled by cultural and historical resources of the society. When Gagavuz intercultural interaction and cultural accumulation examined, from past to this day, it will be noticed that abstract and concrete components which form the cultural axis is of “indication of Turkishness”, system of beliefs, iconographic indicators, traditions which in turn form one whole set of culture. The Gagavuz Turks have lived under the sovereignty of various nations throughout their history, and although interacted and influenced by dominant cultural elements of other nations and beliefs, they never have adopted the dominant features of influential culture and continued with their culture and traditions uninterruptedly. The essence of this mentioned tradition and general characteristic of Gagavuz art is formed by perception of life and instinct to survive and this idea must have been given momentum by their feeling Turkishness. As Gagavuz culture was formed by combination of more than one culture and is a synthesis of cultures; this particular side is giving its own unique general characteristics. In general, motifs which are made of plant and animal stylizations are reflecting Gagavuz daily life as well as being an extension of Turk-Islam painting tradition.
Effect of severe hurricanes on Biorock Coral Reef Restoration Projects in Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands
Wells,Lucy; Perez,Fernando; Hibbert,Marlon; Clerveaux,Luc; Johnson,Jodi; Goreau,Thomas J;
Revista de Biología Tropical , 2010,
Abstract: artificial reefs are often discouraged in shallow waters over concerns of storm damage to structures and surrounding habitat. biorock coral reef restoration projects were initiated in waters around 5m deep in grand turk, at oasis (october 2006) and at governor’s beach (november 2007). hemi-cylindrical steel modules, 6m long were used, four modules at oasis and six at governor’s beach. each project has over 1200 corals transplanted from sites with high sedimentation damage, and are regularly monitored for coral growth, mortality and fish populations. corals show immediate growth over wires used to attach corals. growth has been measured from photographs using a software program and is faster at governor’s beach. after hurricanes hanna and ike (september 2008) the governor’s beach structure was fully standing since the waves passed straight through with little damage, the oasis structures which were tie-wired rather than welded had one module collapse (since been replaced with a new, welded structure). hurricane ike was the strongest hurricane on record to hit grand turk. most cables were replaced following the hurricanes due to damage from debris and high wave action. the projects lost about a third of the corals due to hurricanes. most of those lost had only been wired a few days before and had not yet attached themselves firmly. these projects have regenerated corals and fish populations in areas of barren sand or bedrock and are now attractive to snorkelers. high coral survival and low structural damage after hurricanes indicate that biorock reef restoration can be effective in storm-impacted areas. rev. biol. trop. 58 (suppl. 3): 141-149. epub 2010 october 01.
From “Ghetto” to “Interculturality”: Euro-Turkish Experiences in Germany and France
Ferhat Kentel
Revista CIDOB d'Afers Internacionals , 2006,
Abstract: This article is based on a research project carried out among Turkish immigrants in Germany and France. It deals with showing the multiplicity of identity formation, depending on generations, but, above all, the new experiences of the “Turkish communities”, namely,in a range from being self-enclosed to total assimilation in the case of “citizen of the French Republic” and “German culturalism”. In this range, what enriches the debate on identities and “the issue of integration” is, above all, these identities in movement which, up until now, have been perceived as indices of the inability of the actors in situ. This article attempts to demonstrate that, far from being a question of inability, it is a matter of “new tactics of superseding” the modernist structures, unable to satisfy the existenceof the diaspora. Thus, while the individuals in the immigrant communities enter into cultural negotiation with the society and play on the borders, in a trans-national space, they call into question modernist dichotomies and national borders and symbols. Finally,“intersubjectivity” and “interculturality”, in which these individuals fulfil themselves, bind the dissociated parts of the human being and social life and prepare the social bases of a new citizenship.
Serving the Evolving Communities: Functions of Turkish Diasporic Web Sites in Germany
Kerem Rizvanoglu,Serhat Gürey
Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe , 2010,
Abstract: The central objective of this research is to shed light on the role of the diasporic web sites in terms of fulfilling various needs and expectations of diasporic communities, in which an evolving hybridity in structure has been revealed in recent years. In this context, it is aimed to investigate the functions of Turkish diasporic websites addressing the German-Turkish community. The study is undertaken by means of a content analysis of the main services provided in the five most popular Turkish web sites in Germany and through complementary semi-structured interviews with the moderators of these sites. The findings reveal that these web sites aim to undertake a unifying mission for the Turkish community in Germany.
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