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HABER SÖYLEMİNDE GEÇMİŞİ BUGÜNDEN KURMAK: SOMA ÖRNEĞİ

CONSTRUCTING THE PAST THROUGH THE PRESENT IN NEWS DISCOURSE: THE CASE OF SOMA

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https://doi.Org/10.17572/mj2014.2.5786

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Human experience claim limitlessness due to the temporal extension beyond the lifetime. Our extension to the past, the present, and the future is crucial for establishing meaningful connections among temporality, memory and representation. At the same time, representation of time and construction of memory are challenged by the complexity of global time, which fails to correspond to linear causality and positivist methodology. Considering these complications, this article focuses on two primary tasks. First, it considers different ways to conceptualize the past as a dimension of time in the context of social studies of temporality. Second, it investigates the construction of the past in news discourse in Turkey. Exposing connections between the temporality of the past and the construction of meaning in a specific socio-cultural context, our analysis attempts to connect temporality, culture, and politics.
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İnsan tecrübesi yaşam süresinin ötesine geçtiği ölçüde sınırsızlığa işaret eder. Geçmişe, bugüne ve geleceğe salınımımız zamansallık, bellek ve temsil arasında anlamlı bağlantılar kurabilmek açısından önemlidir. Öte yandan, doğrusal nedenselliğe ve pozitivist metodolojiye uygun bir şekilde işlemeyen küresel zamanın karmaşıklığı, zamanın temsilini ve belleğin kurulumunu izlemeyi zorlaştırır. Bu çalışmada, farklı zamansallıkların yarattığı karmaşanın çözümlenmesine yönelik bir adım mahiyetinde, geçmişin kurulumuna odaklanıyoruz. İlk olarak, zamansallığa toplumsal perspektiften yaklaşan analizlerde farklı geçmiş kavramsallaştırmalarını ele alıyoruz. Ardından, Türkiye'de gazete haberlerinde geçmişin inşasına bakıyoruz. Özgül bir sosyo-politik bağlamda geçmişin zamansallığı ve anlamın kurulması arasındaki bağıntılara odaklanarak zamansallık, kültür ve siyaset arasındaki bağlantıyı açığa çıkarmayı amaçlıyoruz.

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