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International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 2016, Vol. 7(1) 28-39

The New Reading Types Occurring As a Result of Changing Youth Cultures

Hikmet Asutay, Oktay Atik, Meryem Demir, Semra Öğretmen & Harun Göçerler

pp. 28 - 39   |  Manu. Number: ijrte.2016.003

Published online: March 01, 2016  |   Number of Views: 126  |  Number of Download: 87


Abstract

The youth is the greatest target of changing technological conditions and new Medias. So, whilst the youth cultures change in accordance with these developments, the reading cultures of the youth are influenced and reading techniques and cultures change as well. The most wide-spread reading type, which can be exemplified for the recently occurring reading types, may be „‟the screen age‟‟. The youth of the screen age fulfill screen literacy by means of some technological devices such as cell phones, tablet Pcs and computers; they can also use these devices intensively during the courses and keep the remarkable amount of the course materials in these devices by saving them. In this study, starting from the researches of Turkish-German youth‟s literature science, it will be evaluated what the recently occurring reading and text types are and it will be put forward to discussion how often the literary texts are read. The starting point in these arguments is the evaluation of the various research data altogether which has been collected in the context of Turkish-German youth‟s literature. Besides, as the research subject is under the coverage of the youth‟s literature again, some sample texts of the youth‟s literature will be mentioned as well. 

Keywords: The Youth‟s Literature, Reading Types, New Media, Turkish-German Literature.


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Asutay, H., Atik, O., Demir, M., Ogretmen, S. & Gocerler, H. (2016). The New Reading Types Occurring As a Result of Changing Youth Cultures. International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 7(1), 28-39.

Harvard
Asutay, H., Atik, O., Demir, M., Ogretmen, S. and Gocerler, H. (2016). The New Reading Types Occurring As a Result of Changing Youth Cultures. International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 7(1), pp. 28-39.

Chicago 16th edition
Asutay, Hikmet, Oktay Atik, Meryem Demir, Semra Ogretmen and Harun Gocerler (2016). "The New Reading Types Occurring As a Result of Changing Youth Cultures". International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 7 (1):28-39.