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The effectiveness of developing a new experimental educational syllabus for teaching user interface mobile app design to students of visual communication design in Amman, Jordan

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

It is becoming more and more essential to use mobile applications.Therefore, user interface mobile applications become more popular. Despite its importance, UI courses for mobile applications design are not a part of all graphic design syllabi at Jordanian universities for visual communication design, resulting in graduates with scant knowledge of the subject. Thus, it is common for newly graduated students to self-educate through online courses or to be trained by companies, which are often non-academic and commercial. Thus, the purpose of this study is to develop a novel educational syllabus proposition for teaching UI mobile appl . . .ication design to students of visual communication design at Jordanian universities. To achieve this, the current study followed a methodological approach of design-based research. This methodology allowed for several iterations of the syllabus. The first draft was based on a content analysis of 13 prominent syllabi. Then the first draft was refined based on the perceptions of five experts. As a result, this study provided a comprehensive examination of the need for specialized courses on UI mobile app design as part of the bachelor’s degree. The proposed syllabus is divided into four parts: introduction, UI process, UI case studies and best practices, and a final project. The introduction covers the basics of UI. The UI process section covers theory and practice, tools, and publishing. The case studies and best practices section focuses on medical UI mobile app design and includes a UI checklist tool. The final project requires students to present and review their projects. The results of this study providing evidence of the value of involving experts and practitioners in the design process. This study also has implications for improving and developing future syllabi, which may help to bridge the gap between theory and practice in the field of UI design for mobile apps Daha fazlası Daha az

Orientalism and nostalgia in british travel writing on the balkans

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

The main purpose of this study is to examine the orientalist and nostalgic conditions as well as images reflected in British travel writers, specifically in Patrick Leigh Fermor’s travel trilogy consisting of A Time of Gifts (1977), Between the Woods and Water (1986) and A Broken Road: From the Iron Gates to Mount Athos (2013), and Georgina Harding’s In Another Europe: A Journey into Romania (1990). This work mainly utilizes theories regarding orientalism such as those of Edward Said, Andre Gingrich and Maria Todorova, in addition to Joep Leerssen’s theory of imagology and Svetlana Boym’s theories of nostalgia. Furthermore, this the . . .sis aspires to underline the orientalist conditions in the said works, by providing imagological examples that support these conditions and how they interact with nostalgic conditions felt or observed by authors. The orientalist conditions are handled in correlation with the conditions of the interwar period and the end of the cold war while the images reproduced by various peoples are underlined as contributing factors for both orientalist and nostalgic discourse Daha fazlası Daha az

The impacts of poststructuralism, psychoanalysis and postmodernism on the development of autofiction

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

This study aims to investigate the ways in which poststructuralism, psychoanalysis and postmodernism have contributed to the development of autofiction. It is contended that the genre has a dialectical relationship with the twentieth century critical theories. Autofiction both affirms and questions the poststructuralist dismantling of the traditional perspectives on the concepts of authority, authenticity and truth by bringing the authorial presence back to the text but fictionalising it to some extent, committing to narrate the truth but creating an ambivalence around it. Autofiction engages with both the possibilities and limits o . . .f language in representing the referential world. Autofiction accepts that language fails to portray the reality truthfully; however, at the same time, it holds what language creates to be still connected to the reality of the author. Autofiction’s contention of the possibility of truth depends heavily on psychoanalytic theories. It is observed that although autofiction assumes the subject to be fractured by the unconscious and denied access to the whole picture of the self’s reality, little pieces of information that are recovered through psychoanalytic processes in autofictional narration provide truthful insights into selfhood and create opportunities to conceive subjective versions of reality. Finally, the postmodernist presumption of collapse of grand narratives is argued to have paved way to autofiction’s preoccupation with subjective histories. As district from the postmodernist emphasis on irony, autofiction is considered as intending to provide a truthful representation of the referential by exploring multiple possibilities of the subject and embodied experience Daha fazlası Daha az

Administrative organization of African states and oil policy: Angola and Nigeria compared

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

Angola and Nigeria are front running countries in terms of natural wealth among other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Angola lived under Portuguese rule before gaining independence. Nigeria, on the other hand, was under British colonization. Both still carry part of cultures they had acquired during the colonial period. At present, oil resources are the key element for their economic persistence and they have a notable position in the global oil market. Due to their colonial background, post-colonial experience and challenges that they have faced along with administrative and economic structure, both countries are essential to pene . . .trate in many ways. The central axis of this study is that it explores whether federalism enhances democratic quality and ensures reduction of disparities through equitable sharing of oil revenues Daha fazlası Daha az

Shamanism or shamanism, a comparative approach toward siberian Shamanism

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

Shamanism has been considered as a singular phenomenon in most of the studies carried out about Shamanism so far, and it has not been taken into consideration that there are different types of Shamanism. Shamanist beliefs, which were developed in a very large region such as Siberia, were divided into different branches as a result of different social, cultural and political effects in Siberia, and led to the emergence of Shamanist practices called Paleo-Siberian Shamanism and Neo-Siberian Shamanism.

The concept of emptiness in art and it's reflections on landscape painting

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

In this research, the definition and the meaning of concept of emptiness will be explored, and the relationship between the concept of nature and the concept of nature by the effect of sky, mountain, road and sea images in landscape paintings will be researched. In this process, not only landscape painting but also the changing ways of looking at the landscape are included. The aim of the research is to examine landscape painting in the context of the concept of emptiness by looking at major artists, groups and exhibitions from a conceptual framework. An artist working in the field of landscapes, regardless of the focus of the subje . . .ct they are working on, first goes through a mental decision-making process. The artist's view of the landscape and the way they confine it within a delimited frame is subjective. Methodologically, this study is approached from two perspectives. The first is conceptual and the second is practical. Firstly, the conceptual framework on the subject was created and secondly, in line with the data obtained, the concept of emptiness and landscape painting in the course of history were examined formally, spiritually and conceptually in terms of selected painters and their works. The conclusion was that landscape paintings carry meditative elements that relax the mind in connection with the concept of emptiness and involve the viewer with the help of these elements Daha fazlası Daha az

A lifetime dedicated to the republic: Hasene Ilgaz with works, activities, and thoughts

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

Undoubtedly, the circumstances and the period we are born into shape our biography. Therefore, biographical works do not only tell us the story of a life. They also tell the story of an era. There are such lives lived at turning points in history that tell us a lot about the period beyond being a biography. This study focuses on the Turkish female identity idealized by the founding elite of the Republic in the early Republican period through the life of Hasene Ilgaz, who lived in such a period and whose works and activities shed on light the period she lived in. These women’s identities, shaped by the founding principles and ideals . . .of Republican Turkey, also make it possible to look at recent Turkish history studies from a new perspective. This is because Turkish women are part of the Turkish Modernization experience, which began with the Tanzimat, gained momentum with the Second Constitutional Period, and took on a contemporary character with the Republic. As the lives of these special women of the early Republican period come to light, they will make valuable contributions to our recent history. This thesis aims to make such a contribution to the literature in the case of Hasene Ilgaz. Daha fazlası Daha az

Power and beauty relations in the picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde and Lady Audley’s secret by Mary Elizabeth Braddon

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

This thesis endeavours to explore the enchanting power of beauty and its history. This thesis aims at examining the enchanting power of beauty on selected characters in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray and Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret. It further aims at examining the effects of possessing the power of beauty on the characters that possess it, namely Dorian Gray and Lady Audley. This thesis particularly focuses on the descriptions of the portraits of the protagonists in the two novels, on their effects on whoever looks at them and on the complex relationship between pictorial representation, beauty and truth . . .. Furthermore, the significance of beauty in the two novels will be discussed inside the framework of Victorian Aestheticism. To carry out the research this thesis addresses the following questions: What is the significance of beauty, and what is the extent of the power of beauty in Lady Audley’s Secret and The Picture of Dorian Gray? How is beauty represented in the portraits of Lady Audley and Dorian Gray? What is the relationship between outward and inward beauty in these portraits Daha fazlası Daha az

The other space: Heterotopia, memory and individuality in dystopian novels the memory police and the giver

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

The aim of this paper is to explore the heterotopic nature of the concept of memory in dystopian fictions The Memory Police by Yoko Ogawa and The Giver by Lois Lowry comparatively and thereby to discuss that memory is possible to be applied as a means of oppression primarily through the destruction of this heterotopic space and individuality. The protagonists in both novels suffer from memory loss that is schemed by the totalitarian authority in their communities. In order to resist that authority, they are required to hold on to their memory which acts as a counter-site that is analysed through Michel Foucault's variously defined a . . .nd interpreted concept of heterotopia. The approaches regarding individual and collective memory are presented in relation to identity formation. The paper ultimately discusses that individual memory, in the novels mentioned, besides being a part of collective memory, acts as a heterotopic space for the protagonists since it is a form of the other space created as opposed to the space that is formed by the manipulated collective memory and that the characters are forced to live in Daha fazlası Daha az

The stigma of the fallen woman in the novels of jude the obscure and Yeryüzünde Bir Melek

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

Regardless of the cultural differences, the 19th century Victorian England and Tanzimat Period in Ottoman Empire had similar expectations from women. The two novelists from these two countries, Thomas Hardy and Ahmet Mithat Efendi, had critical attitude towards such expectations. Thus they created socially unacceptable but acceptable for them heroines. Afterall, for some Sue Bridehead is Hardy’s main focus and similarly for Ahmet Mithat Raziye is still an angel. The reason why these two heroines are unacceptable for the society’s of their days is intriguing. Considering all these, the aim of this thesis is to discuss these two heroi . . .nes through the lens of stigma of fallen woman so that why these heroines experince exclusion may be discussed. While doing this Erving Goffman’s ideas regarding stigma along with Stafford&Scott’s arguments on how stigma and norms are related; and Link&Phelan’s writing on stigma and its connection to negative stereotypes will be used Daha fazlası Daha az

The meaning of ideology: a comparative analysis of George Orwell’s Animal Farm and Yaşar Kemal’s The Sultan of the Elephants and Red Bearded Lame Ant

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

In this work, the novels Animal Farm by George Orwell and The Sultan of the Elephants and Red Bearded Lame Ant by Yaşar Kemal are analysed comparatively through the Marxist literary theory benefiting from Georg Lukács, Terry Eagleton and Lucien Goldmann. This study examines how Orwell and Kemal from different geographies, nationalities and traditions have been influenced by the Marxist literary tradition. The figures in the two novels are compared according to their characteristics/profile, the changes they have gone through, and the protagonists’ endings in their own story. The features of the works have been also examined through . . .an analysis of the writers’ lives. In the discussion part, the meaning of ideology in novels, and its reflections have been evaluated in terms of the selected writers’ biographies, and the ideological elements as well as sociological ones in their works. In addition, the aim of this work displays a comparative thematic and stylistic analysis of the two novels Daha fazlası Daha az

Analysis of the notions of identity and selfness in Istanbul Biennial and Manifesta Biennial

Becer, Hüseyin Emre

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

Art, throughout history, has been a way of expression, in which people prefer to explain themselves, understand the world, and explain societies to each other. This way of expression, took shape on different notions, concepts, and phenomena, depending on the period. Notions of identity and selfness are the concepts that artists are working on. These notions, socially generate individuals and society, and frame them, also have been tried to interpret by approaching the hands of different disciplines of social sciences. In this work; identity and selfless which are some of the important notions of art, artist, and production of art, h . . .ave been approached with the help of the fields of sociology, philosophy, and psychology. In art, the dual perspective of identity and selfness, which create each other, has been tried to be traced. Examination, that has been made, is limited to “İstanbul Biennial” and “Manifesta: The European Nomadic Biennial” which emphasizes the concepts of identity and selfness and, on the other hand, it is composed of artworks analysis that is associated with concepts of identity and selfness, while researching for the structure of biennials Daha fazlası Daha az

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