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DOI :10.26650/iutd.1144088   IUP :10.26650/iutd.1144088    Full Text (PDF)

The Psychosocial Statuses of British Soldiers at the Gallipoli Front as per Guy Warneford Nightingale’s Letters

Yahya Yeşilyurt

This manuscript has been focused on the content/expression analysis of letters sent by a British Officer from the Gallipoli front in the World War I. In the study, the frequency of using words which were mentioned in the letters was analyzed, and the psycological effect left by the extension of wars on the soldiers was investigated. So, this effect has also comprised the topic of the manuscript. The selection of Guy Warneford Nightingale's letters was not accidental because his letters were not controlled in the military censorhip at that time. He was released from this practice of censorshio because he worked as the officer who conrolled the soldiers' letters. Therefore, it was believed that his letter would provide us with epistemological information about the Gallipoli front in its clear form. Various statistical programs would be used in the study, and the findings obtained would be discussed with similar works.

DOI :10.26650/iutd.1144088   IUP :10.26650/iutd.1144088    Full Text (PDF)

İngiliz Subayı Guy Warneford Nightingale’in Mektuplarına Göre Çanakkale Cephesindeki İngiliz Askerlerinin Psiko-Sosyal Durumları

Yahya Yeşilyurt

Bu çalışma, I. Dünya Savaşı'ndaki bir İngiliz Subayının Çanakkale cephesinden gönderdiği mektupların içerik/söylem analizine odaklanmıştır. Çalışmada, mektuplarda geçen kelimelerin kullanım sıklığı analiz edilerek, savaşların uzamasının askerler üzerinde bıraktığı psikolojik etki araştırılmaktadır. Dolayısıyla çalışmanın ana temasını da bu etki oluşturmaktadır. Guy Warneford Nigtingale'in mektuplarının seçilmesi tesadüfi değildir, çünkü onun mektupları askeri sansüre uğramamıştır. Warneford'un asker mektuplarını kontrol eden subay olması onu bu uygulamadan beri kılmıştır. Bu nedenle onun mektuplarının bize en saf haliyle Çanakkale cephesi hakkında epistemolojik bilgi sağlayacağı düşünülmektedir. Çalışmada çeşitli istatistik programları kullanılacak ve elde edilecek bulgular, benzer durumlarla tartışılacaktır.


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