Educational Novel and The Way of Its Appearance in Kurdish Novels

Authors

  • Muhammed Baker Muhammed Department of Kurdish, College of Education, Salahadin University-Erbil
  • Chra Bilal Nader College of education, Salahadin University-Erbil

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21271/zjhs.26.6.1

Keywords:

Education, Educational novel, Literary duty, Content, Text Style.

Abstract

This research, which is entitled "Educational Novel and The Way of Its Appearance in Kurdish Novels", part of which is derived from the MA thesis. There is a reference in this study to the educational subjects and field. As a general topic, which is related to human life, the way this subject is reflected has been shown in a kind of literature known as the novel genre and it is within the boundaries of Kurdish literature.

In general, this research works on the content of the text and it is a way to show the educational dimensions and ethical values besides their existence in the content of the Kurdish novel text. Education is an active phenomenon that mainly participates in the existence and survival of human beings. It is related to the beginnings of human life and started began at the first moment of human life. Then based on the reaction principle and after the creation of society and various socialization life the theoretical education comes in a non-programmatic and practical way. after the creation of the life.  Thus, education gradually gets embodied within a scientific, literary and art system.

In this research, the connection between education and literature has been discussed and the duty of literature in the process of education as well as depicting the dimensions and types of education are highlighted. There is also to a reference to the function of the genre of novel from this perspective and within this frame. A glance is given to the styles and types of education according to the types of Kurdish novel.

Author Biography

Muhammed Baker Muhammed, Department of Kurdish, College of Education, Salahadin University-Erbil

                                              

Published

2022-12-25

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