Year 2019, Volume , Issue 90, Pages 67 - 91 2019-07-30

Genel Hatlarıyla Dilsel Görüntü Kuramı: Durum Değerlendirmesi
Prolegomena to the Field of Linguistic Landscape: The-State-of-the-Art Paper

Javanshir Shibliyev [1]

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Makalenin amacı yeni bir araştırma alanı olan Dilsel Görüntü alanının epistemolojisini irdelemektir. Dilsel Görüntü’den kastedilen dilsel işaretlerin fiziksel ve sanal kamu alanlarındaki kullanımıdır. Bu doğrultuda, mevcut literatür kullanım alanı, kuramı ve yöntemi çerçevesinde irdelenmiştir. İrdeleme özellikle Dilsel Görüntü perspektifleri üzerinde yoğunlaştırılmıştır. Bu perspektifler kuram, yöntem, ideoloji, v.s. gibi ana başlıklar altında toplanmıştır. Buradaki esas amaç, bu güne kadar parçalar halinde sunulan bir alanın bir bütün olarak resmini okurlara sunmaktır. Araştırmanın bir diğer amacı ise Türk Dünyası araştırmacılarının dikkatini bu konuya çekebilmektir. Bu konu onlara dil ve güç, dil politikası, dilsel küreselleşme, dilsel farkındalılık gibi kavramların kamu alanındaki yansımalarını daha derinden inceleme imkanını sunacaktır.

The aim of this paper is to get comprehensive insights into the epistemology of the new field of enquiry, linguistic landscape, which deals with language visibility in both physical and virtual public spaces. The existing literature has been scrutinized to define the field in terms of the scope of the field, theory and methodology. Special emphasis has been placed on the perspectives taken by researchers during its two-decade-long history. These perspectives have been categorized under certain umbrella terms among which are theoretical, methodological, ideological, and others. It is hoped this paper will help especially those new to the field see the whole picture rather than discrete fragments.

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APA Shibliyev, J . (2019). Prolegomena to the Field of Linguistic Landscape: The-State-of-the-Art Paper. Bilig, (90), 67-91. DOI: 10.12995/bilig.9004
MLA Shibliyev, J . "Prolegomena to the Field of Linguistic Landscape: The-State-of-the-Art Paper". Bilig (2019): 67-91 <http://dergipark.org.tr/bilig/issue/47531/600089>
Chicago Shibliyev, J . "Prolegomena to the Field of Linguistic Landscape: The-State-of-the-Art Paper". Bilig (2019): 67-91
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