11 EYLÜL’DEN SONRA SÖMÜRÜLEN KIMLIKLER (ÜRÜNLER): MARK RAVENHILL’IN PRODUCT (2005) ADLI OYUNU

Bu makale radikal bir oyun yazarı olan Mark Ravenhill’in politik üslubuna ve 11 Eylül’den sonra Batı toplumunu ve Irak Savaşı’nı resmeden Product (2005) adlı oyuna odaklanmaktadır. Anlaşılır bir şekilde, oyun, eylemin oyun içinde gerçekleştiği ayırt edici bir yapıya sahiptir. Oyunun yapısı kafa karıştırıcıdır, çünkü seyirci / aktör 11 Eylül sonrası dönemi ve karakterlerin mücadele etmesi gereken korku gibi iki eylemi takip etmek zorundadır. Oyunda, yönetmen olarak James, çekeceği Hollywood filminde Amy karakterini oynayan aktris Olivia ile konuşur. James, filmin temelini oluşturan uzun bir monolog planlar ve 11 Eylül sonrası dönemde Amy ve Muhammed arasında tutkulu bir aşk ilişkisini tasvir eder. İngiltere ve ABD hükümetlerinin tutumlarını eleştiren Ravenhill, hem teröristlerin hem de kurbanların anılarını yansıtmaya çalışmaktadır. Product (2005), çeşitli açılardan, baskın medya kültürü ve dini köktendincilik tarafından kimliğin ve varlığın nasıl sömürüldüğünü ve yeniden nasıl yapılandırıldığını ortaya koyan bir senaryodur.

EXPLOITED IDENTITIES (PRODUCTS) AFTER 9/11: MARK RAVENHILL’S PRODUCT (2005)

This paper focuses on a radical dramatist Mark Ravenhill’s political style and his play Product (2005) which represents Western society after 9/11 and the Iraq War. On the surface, the play has a distinctive form in which the action occurs inside the play. The structure of the play is confusing because the spectator/actor has to follow two actions as post 9/11 and the horror that the characters have to deal with. In the play, James, as a director, speaks with Olivia, the actress, about shooting a Hollywood film and playing Amy. James plans a long monologue which forms the root of the film and portrays a passionate love-affair between Amy and Mohamed during the post-9/11 period. Ravenhill, criticizing the manners of the UK’s and the United States’ governments, tries to reflect both terrorists’ and victims’ memories. From various perspectives, Product is a script which reveals how identity and self-presence are exploited and reconstructed by dominant media culture and religious fundamentalism.
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Mark Ravenhill,

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APA Günenç, M , Gültekin, H . (2020). EXPLOITED IDENTITIES (PRODUCTS) AFTER 9/11: MARK RAVENHILL’S PRODUCT (2005) . Pamukkale Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Dergisi , (41) , 316-324 . DOI: 10.30794/pausbed.733264
MLA Günenç, M , Gültekin, H . "EXPLOITED IDENTITIES (PRODUCTS) AFTER 9/11: MARK RAVENHILL’S PRODUCT (2005)" . Pamukkale Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Dergisi (2020 ): 316-324 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/pausbed/issue/57311/733264>
Chicago Günenç, M , Gültekin, H . "EXPLOITED IDENTITIES (PRODUCTS) AFTER 9/11: MARK RAVENHILL’S PRODUCT (2005)". Pamukkale Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Dergisi (2020 ): 316-324
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ISNAD Günenç, Mesut , Gültekin, Hakan . "EXPLOITED IDENTITIES (PRODUCTS) AFTER 9/11: MARK RAVENHILL’S PRODUCT (2005)". Pamukkale Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Dergisi / 41 (Ekim 2020): 316-324 . https://doi.org/10.30794/pausbed.733264
AMA Günenç M , Gültekin H . EXPLOITED IDENTITIES (PRODUCTS) AFTER 9/11: MARK RAVENHILL’S PRODUCT (2005). PAUSBED. 2020; (41): 316-324.
Vancouver Günenç M , Gültekin H . EXPLOITED IDENTITIES (PRODUCTS) AFTER 9/11: MARK RAVENHILL’S PRODUCT (2005). Pamukkale Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Dergisi. 2020; (41): 316-324.
IEEE M. Günenç ve H. Gültekin , "EXPLOITED IDENTITIES (PRODUCTS) AFTER 9/11: MARK RAVENHILL’S PRODUCT (2005)", Pamukkale Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Dergisi, sayı. 41, ss. 316-324, Eki. 2020, doi:10.30794/pausbed.733264