Mehmet Ada ÖZDİL
(Işık Üniversitesi, Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, İstanbul, Türkiye)
Yıl: 2021Cilt: 14Sayı: 33ISSN: 1308-4445Sayfa Aralığı: 117 - 130İngilizce

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THE EFFECT OF CLOTHING AS A MARKER ON IDENTITY
One of the codes used by individuals to define their identity and convey it toothers is clothing. Clothing, which is an instrument that can draw symbolic boundariesbetween people, must have a strong link between individuals’ real social identities andexternally perceived hints in order to be read in common by observers. The major problemto be investigated in this research is to analyze the relationships between identity andclothing, which have been going on since ancient times and will continue in the future. Inorder to understand these relationships, a theoretical framework needs to be established, anda broad, holistic perspective on the social dimensions of clothing should be developed. Themain purpose of this article was to draw on the relationship between clothing and majorcomponents of identity. Based on the fact that alternative clothing codes transform those whowear certain clothes into effective symbolic subjects in terms of directing them to a certainbehavior politically, culturally, and socially, it was analyzed that this subject constitutes thebasis of class struggle.
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