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SETSCI - Volume 4(3) (2019)
ISAS2019-FDAS - 3rd International Symposium on Innovative Approaches in Scientific Studies (Fine Arts, Design and Architecture), Ankara, Turkey, Apr 19, 2019

AKSARAY CITY OF RAG DOLLS (ISAS2019-FDAS_3)
Semra Kılıç Karatay1*
1Aksaray University, Aksaray, Turkey
* Corresponding author: semra.kilic@hotmail.com
Published Date: 2019-05-12   |   Page (s): 41-55   |    9     1

ABSTRACT Since the human being has existed, it has benefited from nature in the direction of itsneeds.Needs later turned into art, and as a result, we had handicrafts. Handicrafts are the mostvivid and meaningful documents of a cultural personality of a nation. After the settlement ofTurks to Anatolia, which is the cradle of many civilizations, it can be said that the cultures ofthese civilizations continued their existence in a new synthesis. For this reason, the roots ofthe Turkish handicrafts are very sociable and important from a socio-cultural point of view. It is a rich history of Turkish handicrafts spreading and developing around Anatolia and its history is history documents. The examples exhibited in the museums are proof of this. As the economic relations of the societies change according to the ages, some of the old professions have been erased from the history of the professions while others have been transformed into new forms while the new professions have been born. The cloth was made with superstitions before the making of the baby and later turned into a profession. It is usually done for children to play and to hang around, as well as indirectly to express the yearning for children of non-babies. When we look around Aksaray and its surroundings, it is seen that weaving dolls are made for tourist purposes today. In particular, the wearing of the local costumes in the way that they are made gives a special feature to the dolls. The dolls built in the town of Saratlı are also sold to the tourists with dolls made with the local clothes of the town and also support the domestic economy. With the field research, data were gathered by means of photographs, videos and interviews about the tools and materials used in making baby rags, materials and construction stages, and the aim was to share collected data.
KEYWORDS Baby, cloth, hand, Aksaray
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