BILIG, vol.98, no.98, pp.25-48, 2021 (SSCI)
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Relocation and migration, Armenian question, children's literature, biography, Reader-Response Theory
Hacettepe University Affiliated:
This study aims to analyze a children's and youth literature book taught as part of the so-called Armenian genocide teaching guidelines and curricula on the theme of "relocation, migration and the events of 1915". Rather than arguing for or against a certain historical view, it aims to perform an overall analysis of a literary work based on Reader- Response Theory.