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Volume 2 Issue 1 (April 2020)

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International Journal of Language and Education Research

pp. i - vi


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Original Articles

An Analysis of Mehmet Zeki Akdağ's Poetry

Selami Çakmakcı

pp. 1 - 20   |  DOI: 10.29329/ijler.2020.235.1


Mehmet Zeki Akdağ, who published his first poem in 1947, has an adventure, lasting over fifty years, concerning writing poems. The poet, recognized as "Today's Karacaoğlan," has seven poetry books titled Kırkikindi, Dar Saat, Uzunhava, Önce Şiir Vardı, Yağmura Duran Bulut, Boşa Çiğnemedim Yalan Dünyayı, and Gecenin Gözleri. The poet is nourished by folk poetry and folk culture in the poems predominated by themes like love, love of country and nation, Anatolia, love of homeland, and faith. The folk songs and Turkish are among the sources that inspire the poet who adores folk songs and Turkish. Akdağ also writes poems in the form of free verse while he uses syllabic meter mostly. Akdağ, who employs living Turkish in his poems, also draws attention because of his utilization from the possibilities of Turkish expressions. In this study, the poems in his books titled Uzunhava and Boşa Çiğnemedim Yalan Dünyayı were subjected to an analyze under two titles as love/affection and love of the country and the nation. Akdağ gives places to some of the poems in his poetry book titled Uzunhava, published in 1991, once again in his book titled Boşa Çiğnemedim Yalan Dünyayı, published in 2002. Although the themes of love for the country and the nation remain at the forefront in his poems in poetry book titled Uzunhava, it is observed that the love/affection sense is mostly touched in the book titled Boşa Çiğnemedim Yalan Dünyayı. Akdağ presents an attitude that continually voices his love in his poems, where love and affection themes are predominated. While in these poems, which display the individual sensitivity of the poet, he seeks for “beautiful,” in other words, saying, his national sensibility implies an ideological tone in his poems predominated by the love of the country and the nation.

Keywords: Aşk, sevgi, vatan, millet, ideal.

Risalat Muanith Simaeiun By Muhamad Bin 'Ayuwb Alqurih 'Aghaji (H 1290 H) Dirasat and Tahqiq

Nuafil Eali Majid Alrawy

pp. 21 - 35   |  DOI: 10.29329/ijler.2020.235.2


This study and this investigation of this thesis are a statement of the importance of the topic and the reason for taking care of it. As for the research, it was based on two sections. The first dealt with the translation of the author according to what the books of biographies and biographies and the demands of the investigation provided to us in the title of the thesis and its importance in grammatical and linguistic studies and our work in the investigation provided us. Especially the author of the message that we have achieved, and the difference between masculine, masculine, feminine and feminine, and between the feminine feminine and the feminine feminine, while the second section has been singled out for the manuscript text that we have achieved a scientific investigation using the margin in the statement of what occurred in the correction or distortion or a statement Needs clarification, and the author divided his letter according to the alphabetical arrangement, and he omitted in one place the letter “W” by the letter “H”, and we mentioned that in the margin.

Keywords: Risalat Muanith, dirasat, tahqiq.

The Problem of Multiple Terms in Modern Criticism Structuralism and Literary Genre (As a Model)

Sami Shihab Al-Jubouri

pp. 36 - 47   |  DOI: 10.29329/ijler.2020.235.3


The fragmentation of knowledge fields on themselves, and the import and export of what suits their topics and paths is a sign of openness and inclusiveness that makes their concepts vulnerable to accountability, criticism and scaling, which requires the opportunity to move from the conceptual stage to the terminological identification stage that reduces what it deems appropriate from those concepts, and the fact that the monetary field among the fields most in need of terms due to the fragmentation of intellectual philosophies and ideological affiliations of writers, critics and scholars; We decided to delve into the maze of two important terms: structuralism and literary genre. The research plan included the following: Introduction: In it we talked about how to move from the field of concepts to the field of the term, which is affected by historical development and the environmental factor; And it is in the form of word or composition. The first chapter: In it we clarified the multiplicity of visions of critics on the western and Arab levels, and from there is a difference of names, especially the emergence of the term curriculum and its tyranny over other terms. The second chapter: We talked about the differences between the critics as well, on the western and Arab levels, and how the term genre dominates neighboring terms such as type and form. In conclusion, we ask Almighty Allah to be satisfied with what we have presented, and we wish to benefit those who wish to have benefit.

Keywords: Problem of multiple, modern criticism, structuralism, Literary Genre.

EFL Learning Motivation Among Students of Islamic Studies: The Case of Dar El Hadith El Hassania Institution

Nourddine Amrous

pp. 48 - 66   |  DOI: 10.29329/ijler.2020.235.4


The present study was predicated upon two main objectives. The first was to explore the L2 Motivational Self System of Islamic Studies students. This undertaking consisted in measuring the impact of the ‘ideal L2 self’, the ‘ought-to L2 self’ and the ‘L2 learning experience’ variables on their ‘intended effort’ to learn English. As a second objective, the study purported to elicit the views of these participants on the importance of learning the language, account being taken of their motivational behavior qua Islamic studies students. A thirty-six-item questionnaire was administered to forty-four male and female students at Dar El Hadith El Hassania (DHH) in Rabat, Morocco. This instrument was complemented with an interview with four students in order to infer their perceptions as to their overall English language learning motivation. Results from the regression measure run showed that attitude towards learning                      — operationalized herein as a key exponent of the L2 learning    experience— and the ideal L2 self were predictors of intended effort among these learners. Analysis of the interview responses also corroborated the foregoing statistical finding.

Keywords: English in education, Dar El Hadith El Hassania, L2 Motivational Self System, intended effort, attitudes.