New Reference Books for Communication Faculty Students from Near East University Faculty of Communication

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Added On: 19 March 2019, Tuesday, 13:57
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New Reference Books for Communication Faculty Students from Near East University Faculty of Communication

Having being authored by the faculty members of the Faculty of Communication of Near East University, four new books covering cinema, media ethics, communication and music issues have been published.

The Directorate of Press and Public Relations Office of Near East University released that the book titled ‘Cinematography in Cinema: The Case of Aytekin Çakmakçı in Turkish Cinema’ that authored by Associate Professor Fevzi Kasap, vice Dean of the Faculty of Communication and the Head of the Department of Radio TV and Cinema, the book titled ‘Rights and Freedom of Press within the Frame of the Legal and Ethic Codes in the Digital Era : TRNC Case’ that authored by Assistant Professor Ayhan Dolunay, the book titled ‘The Effects of Turkish Cinema on the Cyprus Struggle before 1974’ that authored by Zeyde Yalıner Örek, and the book titled ‘Protest Music as a Type of Communication: Blues Case’ that authored by Dr. Çağdaş Öğüç, lecturer at the Department of Journalism, had been published.

In his book, Associate Professor Fevzi Kasap along with Berfun Baltacı presents a study on cinematography in Turkish cinema with a special focus on Aytekin Çakmakçı, who is a famous Turkish cinematographer. Press rights and responsibilities, freedom for press and associated issues are the main topics of the book authored by Assistant Professor Ayhan Dolunay. The book authored by Dr. Çağdaş Öğüç presents a study on Blues music, which is considered as the nonviolent protest music demonstrating how music moved the movement of civil rights. The effects of the Turkish cinema on the Turkish Cypriot people’s national struggle and cinema culture in Cyprus have been addressed and discussed in every detail in the book authored by Zeyde Yalıner Örek.

The Book will be a source of reference for Researchers working in the field of cinema…
Having being authored by Associate Professor Fevzi Kasap and Berfun Baltacı, the book titled ‘Cinematography in Cinema: The Case of Aytekin Çakmak in Turkish Cinema’ underlines that cinema is one of the most important art forms contributing to social development. The book also puts forefront the crucial role of cinema not only in creating social memory but also in pioneering the society.

With the idea that the book will be a source of reference for all the researchers working in the field of cinema, the author presents a study on cinematography with a special focus on the career process of Aytekin Çakmakçı, a self-taught Turkish cinematographer bearing the degree of mastery. The book was published through an international publishing house, Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP Publishing).

Ethical Conceptions in New Media Systems have been addressed…
Asst. Prof. Dr. Ayhan Dolunay’s book, which was published by On İki Levha Publishing House under the title of ‘Press Rights and Freedom of Press within the Frame of Legal and Ethical Code in the Digital Era: TRNC Case’, presents a research study on identifying the ethical insights of new media sites that emerged as an alternative means of active broadcasting with the developing technology.

The study mainly attaches a special focus on the new media sites operating in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and presents data on news contrary to law and ethical principles through analyzing the news broadcasted by these new media sites. Interviews have been realized with the individuals involved in media at the relevant news sites and the problems caused by the aforementioned ethical-legal violations of the new media news sites in TRNC have been discussed. By analyzing the data obtained through investigations and interviews, the book presents the results and solution proposals regarding the press rights and freedom of press within the frame of code of ethics in media.

The Change of Music in Consumption Society and Its Use by the Governments have been addressed thoroughly…
Dr. Çağdaş Öğüç’s book titled ‘Protest Music as a Type of Communication: Blues Case’, which is also his thesis, was published through an international publishing house, Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP Publishing).

The book presents a study on Blues music within the concept of the cultural phenomena that shaped with political, economic and social changes started in the early 1900s especially in America and then continued in many different points across the world. The study discusses the role of Blues music in moving the movement of civil rights and in ensuring solution for social reality. Drawing attention to the humiliation of the music in the process of modernization by the governments, the book suggests that the rulers demonstrate no hesitation in using the music for their benefits when it serves to their purposes.

The book not only probes thoroughly into the use of Blues music as a nonviolent communication tool to voice the violation of civil rights and socialinjustice but also discusses the urbanization of music and its alteration in the consumption society. The book also brings fore forth the degeneration of music in the consumption society and shows what kind of obstacles are set in front of the music by the mentality based on ‘consume and throwaway’.

Örek’s Book “The Effects of Turkish Cinema on the Cyprus Struggle before 1974”
Zeyda Yalıner Örek’s book titled “The Effects of Turkish Cinema on the Cyprus Struggle before 1974” was published through an international publishing house, Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP Publishing).

The book presents a study on the effects of the Turkish cinema on the Turkish Cypriot people’s national struggle and cinema culture in Cyprus. The book unveil the facts regarding the emerging of cinema in Cyprus, the development of cinema in Cyprus and sheds light on the effects of Turkish cinema on the Turkish Cypriots national struggle. The book presents data not only acquired through investigations and interviews but also thorough analysis of films screened in Cyprus and Cyprus themed films.

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