COLLECTIVE COMPETITION GAME PLAYED AGAINST EACH OTHER IN SOME BARAK VILLAGES IN GAZIANTEP, TURKEY

Ömer Tarkan Tuzcuoğullari

Abstract


The game has a dynamic structure that constitutes the bases of the national culture and changes over time according to living conditions and geography. The Turks has transferred many game to ear from the ear, to generation from the generation and they could not prevent many of the games from disappearing during their civilization. The Höl game is a competition game that is faced with disappearance with the change the living conditions in Turkmens that the last exit point; it is in the appearance of a variation of deep-rooted Turkish sports due to the changes of natural environment and conditions in which the game was played. It is the most important purpose of this research that the game is compiled and rules and bases are formed to gain traditional sports and the determination that the game is a game belonging to Turkmen based on Oghuz in the geography where it is spread.

 

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Gaziantep, Höl, competition, sport

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