The Game

Tirebolu-Yukarıboğalı'da Kolçak Oyunu: Tarihçesi ve Spora Katkıları
The Game "Kolçak" in Yukarıboğalı (Tirebolu District): Its History and Contributions to Sports

Author(s): Derya Su, Mevlüt Kaya
Subject(s): Cultural history, Customs / Folklore, Social history, Sports Studies
Published by: Karadeniz Araştırmaları Merkezi
Keywords: Tirebolu; mitt; game; physical education;

Summary/Abstract: Children plays are a reflection of social traditions and conscious bases of the region which in played, in a way. The children plays which are outpouring of folkloric characteristic of the national memory are the activities that contributes to physical and intellectual development of the early ages. When the children plays are examined in Turkish culture, building stones of the common ego which is along from Asia to Hungary, Peloponnesus, Skopje, Sophia and Naissus in pre-Islamic to Turkish regions in Europe, its stages passed, the essence in the spiral of the wild environmental interaction shows up. While the children plays in Anatolia are an inevitable truth that these games are intensely important in the children’s development of body, it must accepted that games were preferred and used by Turks in previous ages, also there were mentally and formally tight connections between them. In this sense, “The Mitt Game” is examined which isn’t compiled out of the region and hasn’t any information about that is passed into oblivion in every part of Turkish culture and Yukaribogali Village is connected to the county of Giresun, Tirebolu by moving from the logical frame of the children plays in this work. After including the causes to malfunction, performance figures, masters and production of mitt; the contributions to body development are separately evaluated

  • Issue Year: 2018
  • Issue No: 57
  • Page Range: 141-151
  • Page Count: 11
  • Language: Turkish