Yıl 2020, Cilt , Sayı 92, Sayfalar 163 - 184 2020-01-31

Kırım Tatarları’nda Kimlik
Identity of Crimean Tatars

Ülkü Nur ZENGİN [1]


Kırım Tatarları tarihlerindeki her türlü baskıya rağmen millet bilincini kaybetmemesiyle incelemeye değer bir topluluktur. Tarihlerine ve vatanlarına olan bağlılıkları yaşadıkları soykırım ve sürgüne rağmen onları bir arada tutmuştur. Bu çalışmanın amacı da Kırım Tatarları’nın kimlik inşa sürecini milliyetçilik kuramları bağlamında değerlendirmektir. Tarihten kopmadan lider ve sembolik değerler üzerine inşa edilen Tatar milliyetçiliğinin etno- sembolizm ile açıklanabileceği çalışmamızda ortaya konulacaktır. Çalışmada öncelikle etno-sembolizm hakkında bilgi verilip ardından Kırım Tatarlarının kimlik inşa süreçleri incelenecektir.
The Crimean Tatars are a community worthy of study without losing their conscience despite all the pressures in their history. Their loyalty to their history and their homeland has kept them together despite the genocide and exile they have experienced. The aim of this study is to evaluate the identity building process of the Crimean Tatars in the context of nationalist theories. It will be revealed in our work that Tatar nationalism, which is based on historical leader and symbolic values, can be explained by ethno-symbolism. In the study, firstly ethno-symbolism will be given and then the identity building process of the Crimean Tatars will be examined.
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Orcid: 0000-0003-2159-2263
Yazar: Ülkü Nur ZENGİN
Kurum: POLİS AKADEMİSİ
Ülke: Turkey


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Yayımlanma Tarihi : 31 Ocak 2020

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APA ZENGİN, Ü . (2020). Identity of Crimean Tatars. Bilig , (92) , 163-184 . DOI: 10.12995/bilig.9207
MLA ZENGİN, Ü . "Identity of Crimean Tatars". Bilig (2020 ): 163-184 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/bilig/issue/45419/685064>
Chicago ZENGİN, Ü . "Identity of Crimean Tatars". Bilig (2020 ): 163-184
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Vancouver ZENGİN Ü . Identity of Crimean Tatars. Bilig. 2020; (92): 184-163.