Para Konuşur: Banknotlarda Türk İslam Sentezi
Nail Elhan

Öz

Banknotlar, tasarımları ve üzerlerinde taşıdıkları semboller ile hem ülkelerin tarihine dair izler taşımaktadırlar hem de bu ülkelerin uyguladıkları politikalara dair ipucu vermektedirler. Bu çalışma, 1980 yılından günümüze kadar Türkiye’de basılmış olan banknotları ele almaktadır ve bu banknotların siyasal bir mesaj taşıdıkları iddiasını savunmaktadır. Bu bağlamda, Türk-İslam Sentezi’nin banknotlar üzerinde sembolleşmesi bu çalışmanın temel argümanıdır. Kökleri 1960’lı yıllara uzanan ve 1980 yılındaki askeri darbe ile bir devlet politikası olarak uygulanmaya başlanan Türk-İslam Sentezi, 2000’li yıllarda da AKP Hükümetleri ile devam etmektedir. Bu devamlılığı, askeri yönetim sırasında kullanılan ve AKP Dönemi’nde basılmaya başlanan banknotlar üzerindeki sembollerde görmek mümkündür.

Anahtar Terimler

Türk-İslam sentezi; milli kimlik; dini kimlik; banknotlar; AKP
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17572/mj2016.1.171189

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