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Discourse and Identity in Turkish Media

Edited By Süheyla Nil Mustafa and Ayşe Dilara Bostan

Mainstream media offer audiences identities in accordance with certain definitions of “normal behavior” as given in hegemonic discourses. This book explores the hegemonic/normative discourses circulating in the Turkish mainstream media. Such an analysis provides the mental codes and frameworks offered to the ordinary Turkish people “subjected” to the mass media throughout their daily lives. Each chapter employs different methods for discursive analysis and media formats. Since the authors inquire into the socio-political reality and conjunctures upon which these media discourses are constituted, the book offers much to those readers investigating both the Turkish media and the socio-political transformation that took place in Turkey in the past two decades.

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Contents

Extract

List of Contributors

Süheyla Nil Mustafa & Ayşe Dilara Bostan

Introduction

Chapter 1: Süheyla Nil Mustafa

Reading the Turkish Femininity through the Proceedings of a Social Drama Enacted in a Celebrity Gossip TV Program

Chapter 2: Alparslan Nas

“Save Us from Valentine’s Day!” Advertising Imaged Carnivals, Imagined Resistances

Chapter 3: Ayşe Dilara Bostan

The Representations of Family and Gender as a Consensus Narrative in the Film Aile Arasında

Chapter 4: Ahmet Güven

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