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Social Trauma and Telecinematic Memory : Imagining the Turkish Nation since the 1980 Coup.

Author: Pelin Başcı
Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017.
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This book explores responses to authoritarianism in Turkish society through popular culture by examining feature films and television serials produced between 1980 and 2010 about the 1980 coup. Envisioned as an interdisciplinary study in cultural studies rather than a disciplinary work on cinema, the book advocates for an understanding of popular culture in discerning emerging narratives of nationhood. Through  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Başcı, Pelin.
Social Trauma and Telecinematic Memory : Imagining the Turkish Nation since the 1980 Coup.
Cham : Springer International Publishing, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pelin Başcı
ISBN: 9783319597225 3319597221
OCLC Number: 1009310605
Notes: ""The Childhood of Our Present, The Citizen-Child""
Description: 1 online resource (345 pages)
Contents: ""Social Trauma and Telecinematic Memory""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""Contents""; ""List of Figures""; ""Chapter 1 Introduction""; ""The Coup Film as a Telecinematic Remembrance""; ""Primary Sources: Turkish Cinema and Television""; ""Cultural Studies on Turkey""; ""The Living Room Coup""; ""Construction of the Past as Childhood and the Future as Citizen-Child""; ""The Scope of Arguments: Political and Telecinematic Convergences""; ""Political and Telecinematic Transformations""; ""Organization of the Book""; ""Chapter 2 Framing the 1980 Coup Films as a Cultural and Cinematographic Discourse"" ""The Looking Glass of 1980: The Broken Childhood""""The Historical Backdrop""; ""The 1950s: Multi-Party Politics, Urban Migration, and Mass Society""; ""The 1960s and 1970s: From Authoritarian Modernism to Socio-Economic Instability""; ""The 1970s: The Rising Tide of Ideological Politics""; ""The 1970s: Political Radicalization and Economic Turbulence""; ""The 1980s and 1990s: The Military Takeover and Its Aftermath""; ""1980â#x80;#x93;2010: The Military, the PKK and the Islamists""; ""The Legacy""; ""Telecinematic Journeys: Visualizing the Coup"" ""Chapter 3 The Search for a Pre-Traumatized Childhood""""Time of the Hunt: Burying the Innocence of Childhood""; ""The Fog: Losing the Way to Oneâ#x80;#x99;s Past""; ""â#x80;#x9C;Wait, â#x80;#x9D; Said I to the Shadow: Possessed by a Traumatic Memory""; ""The 80th Step: The Orphaned Child""; ""Vizontele Tuuba: The Question of Innocence""; ""Zincirbozan: The Perils of Childhood""; ""Chapter 4 Films of Trauma Unfolding: Confinement""; ""The Child Confined""; ""The Way: The Question of Breaking Free""; ""All the Doors Were Closed: Can One Nurture the Child Within?"" ""Donâ#x80;#x99;t Let Them Shoot the Kite: Keeping Peace Alive""""Dad Is in the Army: How the Children Cope""; ""Where the Rose Wilted: The Formation of Our Children""; ""Homecoming: Regression into Childhood""; ""Children of Whâ#x80;#x94;s: All Children Deserve a Better Home""; ""Chapter 5 Films of Trauma Unfolding: Disorientation and Loss""; ""The Child Lost: Accommodation""; ""The Child Disoriented: In Search of History and Community""; ""The Voice: In Search of Language""; ""You Sing Your Songs: In Search of Community""; ""The Other Side of the Water: In Search of History"" ""September Storm: In Search of Recovery""""My Father and My Son: In Search of Continuity""; ""The Internationale: In Search of Perspective""; ""Chapter 6 Reconstruction of Innocence: The Embroidered Rose on My Scarf""; ""Television: The Final Frontier""; ""Embroidered Rose on My Scarf Entices Audiences to Historicize""; ""The House of Our Childhood Contains a Mosaic of Turkey""; ""Comparing and Contrasting the Fictional Past and the Fictional Present""; ""Rights and Violations""; ""The Need to Remember: Where Have Our Memories Gone?""; ""The Film Within the Film: Living and Reflecting""

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This book explores responses to authoritarianism in Turkish society through popular culture by examining feature films and television serials produced between 1980 and 2010 about the 1980 coup. Envisioned as an interdisciplinary study in cultural studies rather than a disciplinary work on cinema, the book advocates for an understanding of popular culture in discerning emerging narratives of nationhood. Through feature films and television serials directly dealing with the coup of 1980, the book exposes tropes and discursive continuities such as "childhood" and "the child". It argues that these conventional tropes enable popular debates on the modern nation's history and its myths of identity.

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