TITLE

DÖNEMİN DERS KİTAPLARINDA 27 MAYIS 1960 İHTİLALİ VE ETKİLERİ

AUTHOR(S)
Müjdeci, Mustafa; Karakiliç, Cem
PUB. DATE
March 2007
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2007, Vol. 11 Issue 31, p55
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this article, as well as primarily stated that school books are the most important mediums of education, it is emphasized that they are also the most indispensable means to convey the political opinions and points of view of the governments. With regard to this, the actors of the revolution of 27 May 1960 were also in attempt to convince the people, especially students, that the revolution was legitimate and they were right to do so. As a consequence, school books and cirriculums of the era were reviewed and rearranged and in these books it is mentioned that the revolution was based on reasonable grounds. The actors of the revolution chose school books as a way to indicate the rightness and legitimacy of their act.
ACCESSION #
27023747

 

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