Year 2020, Volume , Issue 14, Pages 134 - 155 2020-12-30

ARGÜMANTATİF YAKLAŞIMLA DİJİTAL YERLİLER VE DİJİTAL GÖÇMENLERİ TARTIŞMAK

Işıl TOMBUL [1]


Marc Prensky, 2000'lerin başında dijital yerliler ve dijital göçmenler metaforlarını ortaya ilk attığında neredeyse iki on yılı bulacak bir tartışmayı da başlatmıştır. Prensky genellikle aşırı genellemeler yapmak, ampirik verilere dayanmamak ve tekno-determinist davranmakla eleştirilmiştir. 2000'lerin sonuna gelindiğinde, birçok tartışma ve eleştiriden sonra, Prensky yeni makaleler yayınlayarak bulduğu metaforlara yeni açıklamalar getirmiştir. Bu tartışmalar, argümantasyon kuramına uygun bir rasyonalite içinde ilerlemiştir. Modern rasyonel düşüncenin hipotetik tartışmasını sağlayan argümantasyon, tezin iyileştirilmesini sağlayan rasyonel bir konuşma biçimidir. Bu bağlamda Jürgen Habermas ve Stephen Toulmin'in argümantasyon modeli yol gösterici olmuştur. Dijital yerliler ve dijital göçmenlerle ilgili tartışmalar; iddialar, dayanaklar, gerekçeler, destekleyiciler, çürütücüler, sınırlayıcılar ile argümantatif bir ilerleme içindedir. Prensky yaklaşık on yıl sonra bu tartışmaları değerlendirici bir yazı yazmış ve dijital bilgelik metaforunu önermiştir. Bu çalışma, dijital medya alanında süren bir tartışma dönemini argümantatif bir yaklaşımla incelemeyi amaçlamaktadır. Çalışma, dijital yerli ve göçmen metaforlarının nasıl kullanıldığını, ne olduğunu, ne olmadığını yapılan tartışmalar üzerinden inceler ve bu konudaki ampirik verileri değerlendirir. Dijital yerliler fenomeni ülkelere, kültürlere, ekonomik şartlara, bireylere göre değişmektedir. Ancak dijital yerliler, destekleyenlerin zannettikleri kadar yaratıcı bir fenomen olarak karşımıza çıkmamaktadır. Diğer yandan dijital yerliler ve dijital göçmenler fenomenleri çok eleştirilmiş olsa da literatürde çok kullanılan bir metafor hâline gelmişlerdir.
dijital yerliler, dijital göçmenler, dijital bilgelik, kuşaklar, teknoloji
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Application Date : November 9, 2020
Acceptance Date : November 24, 2020
Publication Date : December 30, 2020

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APA Tombul, I . (2020). ARGÜMANTATİF YAKLAŞIMLA DİJİTAL YERLİLER VE DİJİTAL GÖÇMENLERİ TARTIŞMAK . Ege Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi Yeni Düşünceler Hakemli E-Dergisi , (14) , 134-155 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/euifydhed/issue/58510/823338
MLA Tombul, I . "ARGÜMANTATİF YAKLAŞIMLA DİJİTAL YERLİLER VE DİJİTAL GÖÇMENLERİ TARTIŞMAK" . Ege Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi Yeni Düşünceler Hakemli E-Dergisi (2020 ): 134-155 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/euifydhed/issue/58510/823338>
Chicago Tombul, I . "ARGÜMANTATİF YAKLAŞIMLA DİJİTAL YERLİLER VE DİJİTAL GÖÇMENLERİ TARTIŞMAK". Ege Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi Yeni Düşünceler Hakemli E-Dergisi (2020 ): 134-155
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ISNAD Tombul, Işıl . "ARGÜMANTATİF YAKLAŞIMLA DİJİTAL YERLİLER VE DİJİTAL GÖÇMENLERİ TARTIŞMAK". Ege Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi Yeni Düşünceler Hakemli E-Dergisi / 14 (December 2020): 134-155 .
AMA Tombul I . ARGÜMANTATİF YAKLAŞIMLA DİJİTAL YERLİLER VE DİJİTAL GÖÇMENLERİ TARTIŞMAK. Yeni Düşünceler Dergisi. 2020; (14): 134-155.
Vancouver Tombul I . ARGÜMANTATİF YAKLAŞIMLA DİJİTAL YERLİLER VE DİJİTAL GÖÇMENLERİ TARTIŞMAK. Ege Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi Yeni Düşünceler Hakemli E-Dergisi. 2020; (14): 134-155.
IEEE I. Tombul , "ARGÜMANTATİF YAKLAŞIMLA DİJİTAL YERLİLER VE DİJİTAL GÖÇMENLERİ TARTIŞMAK", Ege Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi Yeni Düşünceler Hakemli E-Dergisi, no. 14, pp. 134-155, Dec. 2021