2014 - Erol SUNGUR -
Özet:In the 1980 and 90’s, Muslims had struggled to survive with their religious identities in the public sphere and with regards to this part it came to the forefront that any concept, thought, and lifestyle could not be sympathized if they didn’t have a religious source. However, it has been observed some social deviations in the aims of religious people because of the liberal economy and consumer culture in Turkey. These social deviations carried with the critiques that Islamists had secularized and became modern. In this article, it is firstly dealt with how Muslim’s identities and their behaviors changed with the effects of postmodernism or late capitalism. Later it is pointed out how the religious symbols and signs was made a consumption object.
Anahtar Kelime:Postmodernism, Postmodern Consumption, Social Changing, Muslim, Identity