Yıl 2018, Cilt 7, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 697 - 719 2018-10-20

Translated Article: AMERICAN DIGITAL HISTORY
Çeviri: AMERİKAN DİJİTAL TARİHİ

Fatih BERK [1] , Vedat KANAT [2]

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Edindiğim tarih kariyeri, geçmiş 30 yıl boyunca dijitalleşme tarihindeki değişiklikleri anlatmaktadır. Temel olarak bu serüven, 60’lı yıllarda birçok tarihçinin niceliksel sonuçlar elde edebilmek için veri tabanlarını kullandığı ve adına Yeni Sosyal ve Siyasi Tarih dediği proje ile başlamaktadır. Okuldan mezun olduğum gibi bilgi teknolojisi (BT) ve dijital tarihle karşılaştım. Güneydeki kırsal bir halkı ilgilendiren “Babaevimdeki Malikâneler: Edgefield’daki Aile ve Halk (1985)” adlı çalışmamda, el yazılarını ve vergi kayıtlarını analiz ederken geniş çaplı bir araştırma için bu bilgi teknolojilerini kullanmıştım. Kişisel bilgisayarlar (PC) henüz yaygın olmamasına rağmen, 70’lerde ve 80’li yılların başlarında tarihçiler, öğrencilere tarihin nasıl yazıldığını öğretmek için bilgisayar ve sayım teknolojisinin kullanıldığı dersler geliştiriyorlardı

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Yazar: Fatih BERK (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: MİLLİ EĞİTİM BAKANLIĞI
Ülke: Turkey


Yazar: Vedat KANAT
Ülke: Turkey


Bibtex @Çeviri { tuhed448606, journal = {Turkish History Education Journal}, issn = {}, eissn = {2147-4516}, address = {Ahmet ŞİMŞEK}, year = {2018}, volume = {7}, pages = {697 - 719}, doi = {}, title = {Çeviri: AMERİKAN DİJİTAL TARİHİ}, key = {cite}, author = {KANAT, Vedat and BERK, Fatih} }
APA BERK, F , KANAT, V . (2018). Çeviri: AMERİKAN DİJİTAL TARİHİ. Turkish History Education Journal, 7 (2), 697-719. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/tuhed/issue/39129/448606
MLA BERK, F , KANAT, V . "Çeviri: AMERİKAN DİJİTAL TARİHİ". Turkish History Education Journal 7 (2018): 697-719 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/tuhed/issue/39129/448606>
Chicago BERK, F , KANAT, V . "Çeviri: AMERİKAN DİJİTAL TARİHİ". Turkish History Education Journal 7 (2018): 697-719
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