"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2018, Vol. 5, Issue 3, Part B
Fanzine culture and sports fanzines in TurkeyAuthor(s):
Fanzine is an alternative printed material created by the abbreviation of fanatic and magazıne words in English, from financial sources and hierarchical structures. There are examples reproduced by different methods, and they are publications which are reproduced through photocopying and distributed without selling purpose. Apart from the magazine (periodicals), the time comes out indefinitely and prepares more amateurs.
The "Fanzine" used in Turkish as "Fanzin" can be formed by the works of various and various subjects as well as the works (texts, pictures, photographs, cartoons, etc.) The Fanzines, which can be made using any kind of material, can be single-page or multi-page stapled, needled. Traditionally, it consists of different elements such as handwriting, typewriter, collage, drawing.
The main difference of this media tool from the medium settled on the average perception is that the readout itself is produced by the ones who are in the same position, not by consuming the content from above, but by being introduced in the horizontal line and being a potential Fanzine activator in the reader. Before all the definitions of the Fanzines, it is seen that there are certain measures with the output shapes. Directness, without extending a promise, without aesthetic worry, without raising anyone or anything, to say the word without worrying and fearless, while doing so, all kinds of intermediaries are removed and the broadcast is delivered directly. When it emerged as an opposition, it is located outside the social tendencies of the power tools.
The aim of this study is to investigate the Turkey Fanzine culture and sports zines. The study was conducted by survey method in the world and in Turkey were examined for of the sociological effects of screening Fanzine sources. Pages: 88-94 | 416 Views 24 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Okan Gültekin. Fanzine culture and sports fanzines in Turkey. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2018; 5(3): 88-94.