Original article | BABIR International Journal for Human Sciences 2019, Vol. 1(2) 1-8
Sait Mantar & Meltem Haytoğlu
pp. 1 - 8 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/babir.2019.224.1 | Manu. Number: MANU-1912-24-0004
Published online: December 31, 2019 | Number of Views: 25 | Number of Download: 117
With the migration of Turkish workers abroad, which started in the 1960s, nearly seven million Turks have populated in many countries, especially in European countries. This population is the strongest link with Turkey. In order to ensure continuity of the Turkish bond, firstly Turkish should be spoken within the family. In the second stage. The study was in the screening model and the data were obtained by scanning the document. The most important result of the study is that the mother tongue education was not given to the bilingual Turkish children and that the Turkish teachers were not used effectively in this process, that the Turkish and Turkish culture lessons were not given the necessary lessons and that the citizens of our country were facing the danger of assimilation.
Keywords: Migration, Netherlands, Native Education, Turkish, Turkish Culture.
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