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In the Light of Modern Linguistics the Comparison of New Language Movement and Turkish Language Revolution
The New Language Movement which was inspired by the ideas of Tanzimat intelligentsia and average language which developed out of new literary genre tried to find a reasonable way between purists and their opponents who had grown up in the same cultural atmosphere and aspired to constitute a literary language that was close to language of public by discarding baseless foreign influences. Turkish language revolution aimed more than language simplification with the excitement that developed out of tenets which national state that had been newly established embraced. This new stance which contrasted with the principles of linguistics such as unchanging nature of sign, dependent relationship between sign and signified and least effort law, despite its all high purposes, has led to a number of changes which are against prevailing properties and historicity; phonetic and morphologic features of language thus, despite its some acquirements, a linguistic dualism that has wasted the energy of Turkish intelligentsia over the years has occurred. History both demonstrate that the principles expressed by The New Language Movement are right, and show that linguistic revolution has become successful to the extent that it has followed its predecessor.

Turkish Language Revolution, New Language Movement, linguistics, simplification, nativisation

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