Year 2018, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 69 - 84 2018-12-31

Küreselleşme Çağında Kültürel Dirençlilik
Cultural Resilience within the Era of Globalization

Yusuf Fırıncı [1]

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Küreselleşme her geçen gün evrimleşmekte ve toplumlar üzerinde çok boyutlu ve çok çeşitli etkiler oluşturmaktadır. Bu araştırma çalışması ile, küreselleşmenin toplumların dirençliliği üzerine olumsuz etkilerini gözlemlemek ve bu olumsuz etkilerin oluşmasını önlemek veya telafi etmek için kültürel dirençlilik geliştirme araştırmaları yapmanın gerektiği vurgulanmıştır. Ayrıca ulusal kültür, kimlik ve değerlerin küreselleşme karşısında korunmasına yönelik çeşitli görüşler incelenmiş ve kültürel dirençliliğin önemi belirtilmiştir.

Globalization has been ever-evolving and affecting societies in various and in multi-dimensional ways. With this research work; the necessity of conducting researches for improving cultural resilience to examine, prevent or compensate the negative effects of globalization on the resilience of the societies is emphasized.  Also, some of the opinions on the protection of national culture, identity and values against the globalization are evaluated and the importance of cultural resilience is highlighted.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Published Date 2018-2
Journal Section Articles

Author: Yusuf Fırıncı
Country: Turkey

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