In Turkish. Kuran: Fatih Sultan Mehmed. Enderun Mektebi tarihi. Enderun School was a palace school and boarding school mostly for the Janissaries of the Ottoman Empire, which primarily recruited students via devsirme, a system of the Islamization of Christian children for serving the Ottoman government in bureaucratic, managerial, and Janissary military positions. Over the centuries, the Enderun School was fairly successful in creating Ottoman statesmen by drawing among the empire's various ethnic groups and giving them a common Muslim education. The graduates were expected to devote themselves to government service and be free of links to lower social groups.

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Log In Sign Up. Email Location Turkey. Add Social Profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. Unfollow Follow Unblock. Davut Hut edit. Thesis Chapters. Especially, news about the many important events of such as the Hersek Revolt and the Moratorium issue were included in the newspaper. In addition to this, news, were transferred to the public by reporters via telegrams and letters obtained from some news agencies.

Thus, the public was informed with accurate news. As well as, the goal of informing to public with the news, Basiret Newspaper influenced public opinion with important ideas and comments writings. At this point, we can understand that Basiret Newspaper had ambition to be national newspaper and had aim to serve the nation.

With this study, the changes and developments related to many political, social and economic events that took place both in the Ottoman State and in the world in have been tried to be revealed. With this aim, copies that were published in Basiret Newspaper was screened. View on acikerisim. Save to Library.

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