Everyday Lives of Ottoman Muslim Women: Hanımlara Mahsûs Gazete (Newspaper for Ladies 1895-1908)

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ISBN / ISSN: 9786054326716
Basım yılı ve yeri: 2013 / İstanbul
Dil: İngilizce
Kondisyon: Yeni
Cilt Tipi: Karton kapak
Dil: İngilizce
Cilt Tipi: Karton kapak
Ürün Boyutları: 135 x 210 mm
Ürün Ağırlığı: 1100 gr

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Published for thirteen years (1895-1908), Hanımlara Mahsûs Gazete (Newspaper for Ladies), with its articles and news about education, family, household, household management, child-rearing, hygiene, health, beauty, embroidery, leisure and fashion is a precious source reflecting not only the ideal everyday life of an ideal Ottoman woman of the upper and middle classes of Ottoman society in an era of modernization and westernization but also Sultan Abdülhamid II’s oppressive censorship policies as imposed on the press. 



In this sense, the main argument of this book examines the characteristics of an urban, upper and middle class “ideal” Ottoman Muslim woman or womanhood and her supposed everyday life during the reign of Sultan Abdülhamid II as portrayed by the articles in Hanımlara Mahsûs Gazete.



785 s, İngilizce.



CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW



A) Historical Process

    a) From Tanzîmât to the Republican Era: "The Woman Question"

    
b) The Efects of the Press and Ottoman Women's Magazines & Newspapers

    c) From Tanzîmât to the Second Constitunional Priod: Ottoman Women's Newspapers and Magazines

    d) Ottoman Women in the Second Constitutional Period

    e) Women Associations

    e) Women's Magazines and Newspapers in the Second Constitutional Period



 B) Conclusion



CHAPTER 3: THE "IDEAL" FOR OTTOMAN MUSLIM WOMEN: HANIMLARA MAHSÛS GAZETE



A) As Women's Newspaper: Hanımlara Mahsûs Gazete

B) The Characteristics of Hanımlara Mahsûs Gazete

    
a) Period

    b) Price

    c) Sub-titles

    d) Pages

    e) Supplements

    f) Administration

    g) Authors

    i) Female Authors

        I. Fatma Aliye

       II. Emine Semiye

      III. Nigâr bint-i Osman

      IV. Fatma Makbûle

         ii) Other Prominent Women Writers

        iii) Male Authors

       I. Ahmet Midhat

      II. Ahmet Rasim

     III. Ziya Şakir



h) The Readers of Hanımlara Mahsûs Gazete



C) Content

    a) Writings About the Sultan, Medals, Formal Notifications, Friday Ceremonies

        I. Medals of Compassion (Şevkât Nişânları)

       II. Friday Ceremonies

      III. Official Notifications



IV. Politics



V. İane Komisyonları (Commissions for Donation) and Charitable Works

   b) Articles of Thought, Personal Letters

   c) Literature

       I. Serialized (Tefrîka) Stories

      II. Poetry

     III. A Literature Critic

     IV. Literature: For What and For Whom?

   d) Entertainment: Questions, Jokes, Puzzles and Music

        I. Jokes, Puzzles and Questions

       II. Entertaining Suggestions

      III. Music

   e) Health and Personal Care

        I. Health

       II. Personal Care

   f) News and Advertisement

        I. News

       II. Advertisements

   g) Fashion



CHAPTER 4: EVERYDAY LIVES OF OTTOMAN MUSLIM WOMEN OTTOMAN MUSLIM WOMAN AS A HOUSEMAKER



A) Household: Housewife, Wife, Mother as a Modern Homemaker

   a) Housework

   b) The "Perfect (!)" Wife

   c) Mothering

        I. Birth of Awareness: What is a "Child?"

   d) Education: Women and Children

        I. Public Education

       II. Home-Schooling

      III. Women's Writings

      IV. Child-rearing

       V. Health

      VI. (Moral) Education (Terbiye) of Children



CHAPTER 5: EVERYDAY LIVES OF OTTOMAN MUSLIM WOMEN MODERNIZATION OF SELF-CARE, HEALTH, FASHION AND LEISURE



A) Personal Care, Health & Hygiene

   a) Women's Personal Care Room (Çeki Düzen Odası) & Hygiene

       I. The Issue of Beauty for Hanımlara Mahsûs Gazete

      
II. Personal Care Room (Çeki Düzen Odası)

     III. Hygiene and Practical Information



B) Fashion: Children & Ottoman Muslim Women

   a) Children's Fashion

   b) Fashion of Ottoman Muslim Women



C) Entertainment for Muslim Ottoman Women

   a) Riddles

   b) Sightseeing

   c) Velocipede

   d) Novels and Theaters

   e) Cigarettes

   f) Müskîrat (Alcoholic Drinks)

   g) Sea-bathing

   h) Home Entertainment

   i) Musikî (Music)



CHAPTER 6: CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

APPENDICES



A) Hanımlara Mahsûs Gazete: Index



B) Key Words


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