Is Ataturk Poetry Transforming to Performative Writings?: "Children of Atatürk March"



Özcan Kaya | 01.11.2017

"Children of Atatürk”, as a polyphonic coral performance performed by thousands of different students at primary and secondary schools; watched, shared and commented in social media platforms, and has become very popular in the past few years.[1] A b...

Buz Bebekler (Ice Babies) as an Example of Psychological and Physical Harassment



Gözde Öz | 01.11.2017

Buz Bebekler, is a story book of Miyase Sertbarut who is famous for her children’s books and radio plays, published in 2014. Book is the diary of a 13 years old girl, Ece. Ece is a waif, found at the ground floor of a block. After she is delivered to...

Which “Other” in Children’s Literature?



Efruze Esra Alptekin | 01.11.2017

The first name that comes to mind in the social sciences on the topic of other is undoubtedly Michel Foucault. Foucault's madness-normality questionnaire gives the reader the idea that 'the normal one is a definition defined by the stronger, while in...

Four Faces of Abuse



Esra Özcan | 01.11.2017

               Child abuse is a common form of violence today, but it is quite difficult to detect. According to the law, all people under the age of 18 are considered children, and the World Health Organization (WHO) defines child abuse as; treatme...

Little Red Riding Hood Narrations in the Post-truth Form



Selva İnce | 01.11.2017

“Little Red Riding Hood”, one of the Grimm’ Fairy Tales, overlaps with the classical structure of Vladimir Propp's Morphology of the Folktale, in which the morphological features and structures of the tales are taken into consideration by looking at ...

A Little Away from Earth, a Story Very Close to “Us”: Little Night Cat



Ebra Usta | 01.11.2017

            Sonja Danowski’s story named Little Night Cat makes the reader think about mercy, animal- human relation and consuming. We can watch the story through Sonja Danowski’s brush as we read it through her pen. Story is like a part from our dai...

A Narration on Father Figure: Yeşil Kertenkele (Green Lizard)



Azra Sancak Çelik | 01.11.2017

Yeşil Kertenkele, originally a story from Yaşar Kemal’s story book named Sarı Sıcak published first in 1952, was published separately with illustrations by Sedat Girgin in August 2017 from YKY Doğan Kardeş for child readers belonging age group 10 and...

Interview with Melike Günyüz



Çocuk Yazını | 01.11.2017

This month we, Children’s Literature are guests of Erdem Yayın Grubu. Thank you so much for hosting us....