Yıl 2017, Cilt 3, Sayı 3, Sayfalar 321 - 341 2017-12-23

Conceptually Diaspora, Armenian Diaspora and Lebanon Armenian Diaspora
Kavramsal Olarak Diaspora, Ermeni Diasporası Ve Lübnan Ermeni Diasporası

Mehmet Çelik [1]

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The concept of diaspora has been proposed as an alternative to the theological and nation-state conception of immigration and assimilation of diasporan by way of definition, classification and current activity point. However, there is no clear conceptual concept for diaspora.  From this point on, diaspora emerged as a controversial concept in terms of definition. It is clear that there is a transition from classical to contemporary, from local to global, or from modal to primitive. Armenian Diaspora; The Armenian question positively reveals this point because the Armenian nation evolved from the “classical” elements of the motherland over time and adapted itself to the conditions of modernity. In addition, the frequency, intensity and diaspora’s autonomy of Lebanon’s State of Lebanon’s participation in all areas of Lebanese life (politics, economy, society, etc.) This principle distinguishes the Lebanese Armenian Diasporas from other diaspora communities. Diaspora, motherland and nationalism are emerging as conflicting, contradictory and controversial concepts. The most important point here is; what these concepts evoke in the perception of the Armenian Diaspora. These definitions, each of which is conceptual clarity, are of particular significance for the concepts to be studied in our work. In this study; Diaspora, Armenian Diaspora and Lebanese Armenian Diaspora will be conceptually examined. 


 

Diaspora, anavatan ve milliyetçilik birbiriyle çakışan, çelişkili ve tartışmalı kavramlar olarak ortaya çıkmaktadır.  Buradaki ana etken bu kavramların Ermeni Diasporası algısında neyi çağrıştırdığıdır.  Her biri kavramsal netlik içeren bu tanımlamalar, çalışmamamızda işlenecek tema analizleri için belirgin önem arz etmektedir.  Tarihi faktörler hesaba katılarak Ermeni sorunu, Ermeni milleti, anavatanı ve Diasporası "klasik" unsurlarından zamanla evrimleşerek ve modernitenin koşullarına kendini uyarlamıştır.  Dolayısıyla Diaspora, fikri olarak birinci nesil göçmenlerin ve vatanın dışında doğmuş bir sonraki nesil torunlarını ifade emektedir.  Bu noktada da kavramsal olarak merkeze aldığımız Lübnan Ermeni Diasporası ortaya çıkmaktadır. Bu çalışmada; Diaspora, Ermeni Diasporası ve Lübnan Ermeni Diasporası kavramsal olarak incelenecektir.

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Yazar: Mehmet Çelik (Sorumlu Yazar)

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APA Çelik, M . (2017). Kavramsal Olarak Diaspora, Ermeni Diasporası Ve Lübnan Ermeni Diasporası. Tarih ve Gelecek Dergisi, 3 (3), 321-341. DOI: 10.21551/jhf.341287
MLA Çelik, M . "Kavramsal Olarak Diaspora, Ermeni Diasporası Ve Lübnan Ermeni Diasporası". Tarih ve Gelecek Dergisi 3 (2017): 321-341 <http://www.dergipark.gov.tr/jhf/issue/32767/341287>
Chicago Çelik, M . "Kavramsal Olarak Diaspora, Ermeni Diasporası Ve Lübnan Ermeni Diasporası". Tarih ve Gelecek Dergisi 3 (2017): 321-341
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ISNAD Çelik, Mehmet . "Kavramsal Olarak Diaspora, Ermeni Diasporası Ve Lübnan Ermeni Diasporası". Tarih ve Gelecek Dergisi 3 / 3 (Aralık 2017): 321-341. http://dx.doi.org/10.21551/jhf.341287