Year 2021, Volume 12 , Issue 2, Pages 133 - 172 2021-04-17

Muslim and Christian Peer Images in Turkish-German Muslim Children's Human Figure Drawings
Türk-Alman Müslüman Çocukların İnsan Figürü Çizimlerinde Müslüman ve Hristiyan Akran Görüntüleri

Yasemin GÜLEÇ [1]


In this study, the religious social perceptions and friendship relations of Turkish-German Muslim children between the ages of 7-14 about their religious groups and their host Christian peers were examined. 42 students, including 17 girls and 25 boys, participated in the study. Here children's drawings were benefited as a primary source of information and a diagnostic method in which secondary information (open-ended questions) were directed. The data were analyzed by descriptive qualitative analysis method based on the research questions. In this study, it was seen that religious indicators, signs, and symbols (religious-social images) emerged effectively through the drawing method. Theological semiotic may be used as a diagnostics method in more studies in determining the development of religious concepts in children. The number of religious differences in the drawings increased with age. It was understood that 9-14-year-old children could make religious categorization in interviews about drawings and responses concerning open-ended questions. In-group favoritism and in-group friendship preferences increased with age. At the same time, as age increased, moral reasoning in choosing friendship increased.
Bu çalışmada 7-14 yaşları arasındaki Türk-Alman Müslüman çocukların kendi dini grupları ve ev sahibi Hristiyan akranları hakkındaki dini sosyal algıları ve arkadaşlık ilişkileri incelenmiştir. Çalışmaya 17 kız 25 erkek olmak üzere 42 öğrenci katıldı. Çalışmada çocuk çizimleri birincil bilgi kaynağı ve ikincil bilgilerin (açık uçlu sorular) yönlendirildiği bir tanı yöntemi olarak kullanılmıştır. Veriler araştırma sorularına dayalı nitel analiz yöntemi ile analiz edilmiştir. Bu çalışmada, dini göstergelerin, işaretlerin ve sembollerin (dini-sosyal imgeler) çizim yöntemi ile etkili bir şekilde ortaya çıktığı görülmüştür. Teolojik göstergebilim çocuklarda dini kavramların gelişimini belirlemek için daha fazla çalışmada tanı yöntemi olarak kullanılabilir. Çizimlerdeki dini farklılıkların sayısı yaşla birlikte artmıştır. 9-14 yaş arası çocukların resimlerle ilgili görüşmelerde ve açık uçlu sorulara verdikleri cevaplarda dini sınıflandırma yapabildikleri anlaşılmıştır. Grup içi taraftarlık ve grup içi arkadaşlık tercihleri yaşla birlikte artmıştır. Aynı zamanda, yaş arttıkça, arkadaşlık seçimindeki ahlaki akıl yürütme de artmıştır.
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Subjects Social
Published Date Nisan
Journal Section Articles
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Orcid: 0000-0001-8843-3270
Author: Yasemin GÜLEÇ (Primary Author)
Institution: Hacı bektaş veli üniversitesi
Country: Turkey


Dates

Application Date : June 17, 2020
Acceptance Date : February 11, 2021
Publication Date : April 17, 2021

Bibtex @research article { tojqi754028, journal = {Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry}, issn = {}, eissn = {1309-6591}, address = {}, publisher = {Abdullah KUZU}, year = {2021}, volume = {12}, pages = {133 - 172}, doi = {10.17569/tojqi.754028}, title = {Muslim and Christian Peer Images in Turkish-German Muslim Children's Human Figure Drawings}, key = {cite}, author = {Güleç, Yasemin} }
APA Güleç, Y . (2021). Muslim and Christian Peer Images in Turkish-German Muslim Children's Human Figure Drawings . Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry , 12 (2) , 133-172 . DOI: 10.17569/tojqi.754028
MLA Güleç, Y . "Muslim and Christian Peer Images in Turkish-German Muslim Children's Human Figure Drawings" . Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry 12 (2021 ): 133-172 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tojqi/issue/61506/754028>
Chicago Güleç, Y . "Muslim and Christian Peer Images in Turkish-German Muslim Children's Human Figure Drawings". Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry 12 (2021 ): 133-172
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ISNAD Güleç, Yasemin . "Muslim and Christian Peer Images in Turkish-German Muslim Children's Human Figure Drawings". Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry 12 / 2 (April 2021): 133-172 . https://doi.org/10.17569/tojqi.754028
AMA Güleç Y . Muslim and Christian Peer Images in Turkish-German Muslim Children's Human Figure Drawings. TOJQI. 2021; 12(2): 133-172.
Vancouver Güleç Y . Muslim and Christian Peer Images in Turkish-German Muslim Children's Human Figure Drawings. Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry. 2021; 12(2): 133-172.
IEEE Y. Güleç , "Muslim and Christian Peer Images in Turkish-German Muslim Children's Human Figure Drawings", Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 133-172, Apr. 2021, doi:10.17569/tojqi.754028

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