Yıl 2018, Cilt , Sayı 3, Sayfalar 1 - 19 2018-08-15

İsrail Devletinde Rusça Konuşan Kesim
The Russian-Speaking Community of the State of Israel

Tatiana MOSHKOVA [1]

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Bu makale, İsrail Devletinde Rusça konuşan kesimin başlıca özelliklerini konu almaktadır. Yazar, konuyu Rusça konuşan İsrailliler arasında şekillenen topluluk bağlarının niteliği ve Rusça’nın İsrail´deki statüsü gibi boyutlarıyla incelemektedir. Ayrıca kendine has bir Rus-İsrailli kişiliğinin şekillenmesine katkıda bulunan faktörler, Rusça konuşan topluluğun İsrail siyasi hayatındaki gelişim evreleri ve bir Rus medya alanının ortaya çıkması da ele alınan konular arasındadır. Rusça konuşan topluluk, haklı olarak ülkenin siyasi arenasında önemli bir rol de üstlenen uzun dönemli bir olgu olarak değerlendirilmektedir. Bu çalışmanın temel katkısı, “Rus İsrailli” olgusunun kapsamlı bir analizidir. Çalışmada, İsrail´deki Rusça konuşan topluluğun birleşmesinde şu faktörlerin etkili olduğu savı ortaya konuyor: Bir bölgede yoğunlaşma, gelinen ülkedeki kültürel çevrenin muhafazası, Rusça’nın İsrail´deki özel konumu ve medya alanındaki yeri, topluluğa has sembollerin devamı ve sosyo-politik gelişim programı.

This article studies the characteristics of the Russian-speaking community of the State of Israel. The author examines such aspects of the topic as the nature of the community ties that have taken shape among the Russian-speaking Israelis and the status of the Russian language in Israel. Attention is also paid to the factors that contributed to the formation of a unique Russian-Israeli identity, to the main stages of the evolution of the Russian-speaking community in the political life of Israel, and to the formation of the Russian media space. The Russian-speaking community is rightly regarded as a long-term phenomenon that is currently also an important player in the political arena of the country. The main contribution of this study is a comprehensive analysis of the phenomenon of the “Russian Israeli.” It argues that the following factors have been effective in the unification of the Russian-speaking community of Israel: territorial localization, the preservation of the cultural environment of the country of origin, the special status of the Russian language in Israel as well as its place in the media space, the maintenance of the symbols peculiar to the community, and the program of socio-political development. 

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Yazar: Tatiana MOSHKOVA (Sorumlu Yazar)
Ülke: Russian Federation


Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { fiad453855, journal = {Filistin Araştırmaları Dergisi (FAD)}, issn = {2587-2532}, eissn = {2587-1862}, address = {Muhammed Mustafa KULU}, year = {2018}, volume = {}, pages = {1 - 19}, doi = {}, title = {The Russian-Speaking Community of the State of Israel}, key = {cite}, author = {MOSHKOVA, Tatiana} }
APA MOSHKOVA, T . (2018). The Russian-Speaking Community of the State of Israel. Filistin Araştırmaları Dergisi (FAD), (3), 1-19. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/fiad/issue/38879/453855
MLA MOSHKOVA, T . "The Russian-Speaking Community of the State of Israel". Filistin Araştırmaları Dergisi (FAD) (2018): 1-19 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/fiad/issue/38879/453855>
Chicago MOSHKOVA, T . "The Russian-Speaking Community of the State of Israel". Filistin Araştırmaları Dergisi (FAD) (2018): 1-19
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ISNAD MOSHKOVA, Tatiana . "İsrail Devletinde Rusça Konuşan Kesim". Filistin Araştırmaları Dergisi (FAD) / 3 (Ağustos 2018): 1-19.