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Bingöl Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Dergisi
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    • Authors: Savaş YILMAZ
      Abstract: In the Ottoman, in the second half of the sixteenth century; The "Jelali Revolts" had gained intensity especially in villages. Bandit gangs, who emerged towards the later period of Suleiman the Magnificent, expedited the exploratory missions during the reign of Selim II, and their intensity increased as the Ottoman law code deteriorated during the period of Murat III, they increased their intensity with the deterioration of the supreme legal system, and in the period of Mehmet III, they turned their looting and plunder into depression with their lawlessness. The bandits, followed by the law enforcement, were able to escape each time by taking shelter in free timars when they got stuck; thus, the timar owners allowed them to become stronger. In addition, the fact that the mercenaries were bandits and knew military strategy and tactics fueled the fire of rebellion. In coping with bandits; The fact that the people skilled in the "art of war" and the unemployed (suhte) formed the human resource of bandits caused difficulties. Although there have been many studies on the Jelalis, the lack of an independent study on the place of "free timars" in the development and exacerbation of banditry has necessitated the investigation of this subject. Since the decisions about the bandits taking shelter in free timars in the imperial court were investigated, mühimme records were used as the main source.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

      Abstract: Unlike other literary genres, such as theater or poetry, the novel is not defined by its formal features as much as it is determined by its meaning, which is usually associated with the idea of the imagined. The novel, unlike the literature of ideas, seems to be not subject to written rules pertaining to it. Rather, the topics covered are what defines its entity.In this research entitled (an analytical study within the narration of the gardens of President Mohsen al-Ramli) the study was an explanatory analytical study of the novel's characters, places, and times. An analytical study of the characters, places, and times, with some important details being covered, such as the details of the structure of the characters and the drawings of the figures, and what are the roles of the characters, Such as main characters and secondary, and go to the structure of the place and its details, and places that have been used within the novel, and the types of places that were places closed or open, and continue to take time and the structure of time and techniques of time that was used in the novel, such as retrieval, types and Anticipation and recapitulation, all details of this study It will be applied to the novel, “Gardens of the President,” by Mohsen Al-Ramli.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Mehmet Emin BARS
      Abstract: The history of every nation is full of unknowns. This obscurity increases as it goes back into the past. One of the main reasons why we have little information about the past is that the written tradition emerged in the recent periods of history. The information about the old periods without written sources has been preserved by the oral tradition. A lot of information that is not included in written sources is found in oral sources today. This makes the oral tradition even more important. Important information that is not included in the written sources is included in narrative types such as myth, fairy tale, epic, legend, folk story. Therefore, today, oral sources have started to be accepted as the main sources of many branches of science.Turkish epics are also one of the important oral sources of Turkish history. The rulers, believed to be chosen by God in the old Turkish states, had some duties against the people. In this study, the appearance of these duties in epic texts was examined. In the old Turkish states, rulers had the duty of paternity. The ruler was on duty to protect his nation like a father. The Turkish ruler, believed to be of divine origin, had to feed, drink, dress, protect his people. In our study, paternity duties of the heroes in the Oğuz Kağan Epic and the stories of Dede Korkut were evaluated. As a result of the evaluation, it was seen that the paternity duties of the old Turkish rulers existed in epic heroes. The heroes of the Turkish epics believed that they were obliged to fulfill some duties against the people, and acted with this thought.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Behçet KALDIK
      Abstract: In the historical context, it is seen that social attitudes and perceptions towards individuals with disabilities are generally negative. However, recently the changes at disability culture and policies have begun to create a positive atmosphere in this regard. The attitudes and behaviors of other individuals in the social system towards the disabled are decisive in the equal, full and independent social participation of disabled individuals. Therefore, it is necessary to determine the attitudes of non-disabled individuals in the society towards the disabled. Especially, it is important to know the attitudes of young people, who constitute a significant part of the population, towards the disabled. In this regard the purpose of this research is to analyze the attitudes of Generation Z, who are studying at Tokat Gaziosmanpaşa University, towards individuals with disabilities. The data in this research is obtained from 400 students by using Personal Information Form and the Attitude Scale towards People Affected by Disabilities. The data were analyzed with the SPSS. The scale scores revealed that the attitudes of the Z Generation at the university towards individuals with disabilities are generally positive. It is seen that these attitudes differ according to students’ faculties. However, it was determined that the attitudes did not differ according to the other socio-demographic characteristics of the students. The datas obtained in the research were discussed in the axis of the scientific literature and social model and some suggestions related to this issue were made.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

      Abstract: In the global knowledge economy, fierce competition affects both the public and private sectors closely. In this process, actors in the health sector have also turned to proactive strategies with their efforts to create a strong brand and innovation in order to have more influence in the said environment. The global competition that left its mark on the past century is not only to increase the existing service quality; At the same time, it is shaped to produce new services in line with the tastes and expectations of the people or institutions receiving the service and to present them to the public successfully. In the study, it is aimed to evaluate the Turkish Health System within the framework of different titles, as well as to evaluate the internationalization and branding of the health system with the support of the literature. Strategic recommendations were developed as a result of the findings. Turkey's creation of a country brand with its health system will be beneficial for all institutions operating in the health sector and wishing to internationalize, but it will also be supportive for other sectors.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Yaşar Üstün KAPLAN
      Abstract: This current study was carried out to find out learners’ foreign language enjoyment levels (FLE). Participants chosen based on purposive sampling method were 150 EFL learners studying at a university in Turkey. The present study was designed as a mixed method research design. For quantitative part of the study, Foreign Language Enjoyment scale developed by Dewaele and MacIntyre (2014) was used to collect data. As for the qualitative part of the study, semi-structured interview was used. Data obtained from the questionnaire were analyzed through descriptive and inferential statistics while qualitative data were analyzed based on inductive content analysis. As a result of analyses, it was found that learners experience moderate level of enjoyment in their English classes and there is not a significant difference among participants based on high school department from which they graduated. Inductive content analysis also showed that FLE personal, FLE environment, FLE instructional were found as main categories for explaining sources of learners’ foreign language enjoyment.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Ayşegül CAN
      Abstract: In the history of Turkish economics, the idea of national economy emerged for the first time in the SecondConstitutional Period. This idea, which started to be implemented as a state policy in the following process, peaked with the start of the First World War. In this respect, importance was given to the establishment of Turkish-Muslim capitalists, the establishment of national banks and companies with domestic capital, and the encouragement of domestic production and entrepreneurs. With the end of the Ottoman Empire, intellectuals and national institutions defending the national economy ideology played an important role in ensuring the economic independence of the new Turkish Republic this time.In this study, the views of Mithat Şakir Altan, who witnessed the last periods of the Ottoman Empire and the birth of a new Turkish state, received his education in Ottoman Konya, and served the Republic of Turkey as a teacher, writer, lawyer, president of the community center and parliamentarian, on national economy were examined. Especially since the First World War, the understanding of national economy that he put forward was evaluated within the framework of the views of the Ottoman intellectuals of the period. It has been determined that the developments in the Ottoman Empire and in the world in the 19th and 20th centuries had an important place in the formation of his personality and ideas. Because the time he was born; Although it was the most turbulent time of the Ottoman Empire, it coincided with a very rich period in terms of intellectual ideologies. During the First World War, during the implementation of the national economy policy in the Ottoman Empire, he wrote articles supporting this policy, mostly in the column "Around Turkishness" in the newspaper Türk Sözü in Konya. With the end of the Ottoman Empire, M. Şakir came into prominence in Konya among those who carried the idea of national economy in the Republic.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Kübra ÇAĞLIYAN ŞAKAR
      Abstract: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's “Matryona's House” has an important place among the works written in the village prose genre. The work is an autobiographical work based on real events, in which the author deals with the life of Matryona Vasilyevna Zakharova, who opened her home to him while isolating himself from the outside world and teaching at a rural school after he returned from the Soviet labor camp under Stalin. The author masterfully tells the story of the Russian peasant woman, who has never smiled in her life, in the image of Matryona, who collects all the good qualities that a person should have. It reveals in all details how their lives were turned upside down with the addition of the difficult conditions of the period to the village life, which was not easy at all. In this study, the difficulties experienced by the Russian peasant women, the fact that they do not lose their purity and cleanliness in spite of these difficulties, and the superstitions that affect their lives are tried to be examined with a textual analysis method.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Kemal KIRANŞAN
      Abstract: Tourism has an important role in protecting, promoting and transferring natural and human (cultural) values to future generations. Geotourism is a tourism activity based on the sustainable use of values that have witnessed the past history of the place in any area. Geoparks are the most important way of maintaining geotourism activities in systematically. Geoparks are private nature protection areas where the same or different types of geo-heritage or geosites are found collectively open to visitors, managed and not less than walking distance. The district of Ergani is geographically located in the Upper Euphrates Section of the Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. Tectonically, it was established in the south of the Maden Mountains, which belong to the Southeast Taurus Mountain belt, on the border of the border fold belt and Diyarbakır basin. There are important geopark elements originating from the geological, geomorphological, archaeological and historical features of the site. Hilar caves and Çayönü, Hendek caves, nummulitic fossil field, folds and thrust structures, volcanic and karstic shapes, mounds, Assyrian reliefs and many historical values are some of these. No study in the literature evaluates and reveals the natural (geographical) and human (cultural) values in Ergani district in terms of geopark potential. The aim of this study is to determine and evaluate the geopark potential of natural (geographical) and human (cultural) values in Ergani district. For this, literature data, 1/100,000 scaled printed geology maps, 1/250,000 scaled printed active fault maps, 1/25,000 scaled printed topography maps, 10*10 m resolution Digital Elevation Model data, Google Earth images and field study data were used. In evaluating the data, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technologies and geomorphological methods were evaluated together. As a result of this study, many geopark elements originating from geological, geomorphological, archaeological and historical features have been identified in Ergani district. Fossil sites, fold structures and thrust faults, various karstic shapes (lapia, cave), pyroclastic cones, mounds, ancient cave settlements, castles and churches can be given as examples.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Maciej LASKOWSKİ
      Abstract: In modern times in Poland the issue of alcoholic indulgence in the context of cultural heritage seems to be shunned by most scholars dealing with culture in its broad sense. However, similarly to other nations, excessive consumption of alcohol constituted, and still does, a vital, perhaps inseparable, part of Polish society with its wide-ranging social repercussions. Whereas historical and literary records throw some light on the drinking behaviours of the Polish nobility, those of their servants, who were as if in the shadow of their masters, are tackled to a much lesser degree. The main interest of the ensuing article thereupon lies in examining the conduct and propensities of the household help in this respect in Poland across the centuries in applied literature. Due to the fact that the servant (particularly domestics) and the master were strictly bound together, a sketch of the alcoholic inclinations of the latter stratum of society, including a selection of monarchs, has found its place in the study as well.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
           “US” AND “OTHER”

    • Authors: Canan KATILMIŞ; Mehmet Emin GÜVEN
      Abstract: The distinction of "us and the other" used in explaining political and social debates of the 20th century hasrevealed a new consciousness of us and the other with the construction of the modern state, which points to the necessity of homogeneity. This consciousness has been built with a national security approach that will keep its citizens inside and foreigners out against all threats trying to enter its territory without permission. This understanding of national security did not only determine the boundaries of the areas containing the Western geography and Western values. At the same time, this situation has resulted in each state, each different political, social and cultural thought creating its borders and determining the area of what is normal and abnormal for itself, as it builds an immanent understanding of the political, social and cultural. Acting with the consciousness of "us" based on blood, kinship and cultural identity, the Taliban gained legitimacy by preserving its existence from those who tried to enter their lands without permission, the "unjust and illegitimate" one, the other. In Afghanistan, which is weak in terms of the existence and functionality of political and democratic institutions but has unity in terms of social identity construction, the Taliban gained its social reality through the opposition of "us and the other".In this direction, the study aims to reveal the elements that make up the "us" and the "other" for the Taliban and also make the Taliban legitimate in Afghanistan. In the study, the elements that reveal religious radicalism, as well as the Taliban; political environment, social reasons, religious-political goals, individual situation and philosophical reasons, were evaluated under five headings. Historical and descriptive research methods were used in the study.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Arzu TOKER
      Abstract: This study is about the efforts to build an urban identity in Didyma, which had a role in tourism in Turkey since the mid-1980s but had not have a tourism urban identity in any sense. Within this framework, it is aimed to reveal the urban image envisaged in the minds of the local people, and to what degree this image corresponds to the “vegan-friendly city” identity supported by the local authorities in Didyma. The question form including open-ended questions for this purpose is announced through the local media in Didyma, conveyed to the people of Didyma, and the data collected from 44 participants were thematically analyzed via MAXQDA. These themes are the things that Didyma brings to mind, how Didyma is described, the meaning ascribed to Didyma, festivals in Didyma, awareness on Vegan Festival, the meaning of being a vegan-friendly city, the meaning ascribed to the vegan-friendly city identity, the lifestyle suitable for vegan-friendly city identity, sustainability efforts of vegan-friendly city identity, and the values associated with Didyma. In addition, the analyses show that Didyma Vegfest is considered as an alternative for the promotion of the city but is not considered as an element of city identity, and that Didyma’s climate and clean air may be used as a strong element in construction of urban identity.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Harun ŞAHİN
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to explain the situation and development of the educational institutions of foreign missionaries operating in the Marash Sanjak at the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century, by using Ottoman archive documents and yearbooks. Within the framework of this subject, the situation of foreign schools established in Marash Sanjak was determined in the light of new sources and analyzes were made.At the end of the 19th century, communities belonging to different religions lived together in the Marash Sanjak. A significant part of the non-Muslim population in the sanjak lived in the district center of Marash. Non-Muslims constituted approximately 20% of the population of Maraş city. The most crowded group among non-Muslim communities was Armenian communities. Foreign and minority schools were generally established in areas with dense Armenian population For this reason, most of those who received education from these schools were Armenian children.By the beginning of the 20th century, many schools of varying degrees were opened in the Marash Sanjak under the auspices of France, America, the United Kingdom and Germany. These schools were largely under the control of Armenian communities. The schools established by foreigners in Marash Sanjak were less in number than the schools established by non-Muslim minorities. Foreign schools and orphanages were established in the city center of Marash and in the sub-districts and villages of the center. Vocational training was given in orphanages opened by missionaries. Foreign schools were financed by foreign states and missionary organizations. The schools operated without obtaining a license from the state could not be inspected for a long time.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Nurullah ULUTAŞ
      Abstract: Epidemics are closely related to literature along with sciences such as medicine, biology, psychology, sociology and economics. The novel Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez, a Colombian writer who settled in Barcelona in the last years of his life, is one of the masterpieces written when the cholera epidemic took over the world. The epidemic of cholera outbroke right after the plague and led to the death of many people, caused psychological and sociological destruction and shook the economic conditions of countries. The novel has been translated into many languages, adapted to movies and analyzed in writings many times around the world. It tells the tragic story of Florentino Ariza's love for Fermina Daza. While the novel tells the devotion of a man to the woman, he loves for more than half a century, it also reveals how virtuous patience is in love. The novel allows us to witness the story of the character named Florentino Ariza in a tragic love story when cholera disease spread. The idea that love is a virtuous feeling is highlighted throughout the novel. In this novel based on a love triangle, Doctor Urbino is another male character, who is impressed by Fermina Daza at first sight and married her. Havingto surrender to love while believing in scientific facts, Doctor Urbino spends all his energy on winning the heart of the woman he loves after the day he sees her. The love of Doctor Urbino, who took advantage of cholera and made his name by combatting this disease, turns into an ordinary marriage after marrying Fermina Daza. Shortly after, the Doctor's death from cholera, and Florentino Ariza's confession of half a century of love to his ex, while still at the funeral of the Doctor, sparks a rekindled love. The novel is based on the relationship between love and epidemic. This study analyzes Gabriel García Márquez's novel Love in the Time of Cholera through the hermeneutic method and dwells upon the relationship between literature and epidemics.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Serhat ARSLAN
      Abstract: In this study we examined the concept of “truth (ἀλήθεια)” in “Republic”, which belongs to the mature period of Plato’s authorship and “Laws”, which belongs to his late period, and tried to clarify the philosopher’s understanding of “truth”. The concept of ἀλήθεια is one of the concepts that is examined and discussed through the whole history of philosophy and especially in the ancient philosophy. According to Plato, the main aim of human beings and gods is to search for the good, to find it and to live in accordance with it. The highest good is the truth and to achieve it one must walk through a hard and laboring way. In Plato’s philosophy ἀλήθεια that possess divine features, is one of the basic concepts of world of ideas and human beings can only comprehend totally what reflects the truth. While Plato construct the republic and the laws in a hypothetical fashion, he aims to justify his assumptions on the ground of truth, because if the main aim is to achieve the truth, he could not make an exception for “Republic” and “Laws”. Moreover, in this study we also tried to scrutinize some problems about the translation of the concept of ἀλήθεια like the loss of the original meaning in the source text.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Osman ÖZER; Mahmut POLAT
      Abstract: The names of Tur and Xyon appear in Zoroastrianism's Holy Book, Avesta and Pahlavi works. These remindTuran, Turk, Hun. Two great civilizations that lived in close geographies for long centuries affected each other in various fields. Signs of this can be seen in essential religious, literary, and historical works and myths. The position of the Turks on the map is clearly political-cultural. Avesta and Pahlavi works are among the main sources of Turkish-Iranian relations.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Sıtkı ULUERLER
      Abstract: 1807 was one of the most troubled years in Ottoman history. The multiplicity, effects and consequences of the events that took place in that year seriously shook the Ottoman Empire. During this period, the Ottoman-Russian war developed against the Ottomans. Selim III went through the most challenging year of his reign. Certain circles in the country against the Sultan and Nizam-ı Cedid (The New Order) reforms strengthened every day. Finally, the Kabakçı Revolt dethroned the Sultan in May 1807. Ottoman Empire trusted France to get out of this difficult situation. Close political relations were established with this state after 1806. After 1807, negotiations were initiated for an alliance, especially against Russia. The Emperor of France, Napoleon, manipulated the Ottomans with various promises and diplomatic rhetoric. The Ottoman government considered France an ally; however, they were unaware of Napoleon's secret plans. Napoleon planned to sacrifice the Ottoman Empire for a permanent alliance with Russia, which was his main objective. This became evident when France defeated Russia in the Battle of Friedland in June 1807. The Tilsit Treaty, signed by France and Russia on 7 July, right after the war, made it clear that France ignored the Ottoman Empire. Realizing these developments, the Ottoman government started to plan future foreign policy steps based on the current developments. Thus, the Ottoman bureaucracy spent efforts to analyze the Tilsit Treaty and subsequent developments. In this context, they discussed the political developments, diplomatic contacts, alliances and conflicts between the Treaty of Tilsit and 1808. The course of international relations, diplomacy, and especially Ottoman foreign policy were scrutinized based on the Ottoman archives.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Müslüm POLAT; Enes YILDIZ
      Abstract: Since the 1990s, many types of research done by different researchers on both international and local scales have shown how effective working capital management is for enterprises. In these researches done from the past up to the present, the relationship between operation profitability or firm value and working capital management has been studied. In this study, which aims to evaluate the effect of working capital management on operational profitability and operating effectiveness, quarterly data belonging to the period 2011Q1-2018Q2 of firms operate in the BIST informatics sector. Regression models have been set in the study, representing operational profitability and operating effectiveness. Model-1 focuses on return on equity while Model-2 focuses on operating effectiveness. According to findings provided from the panel data analysis of the regression models set, the equity profitability in the BIST informatics sector is affected by the working asset turnover rate. In contrast, the operating effectiveness is affected by both the current ratio and working asset turnover rate statistically at a significant level. However, both models have not found meaningful relationships between stock dependency rate and dependent variables.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
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