It is known that the language of speech is a lively and active interlocutory audience, in contrast to the linguists who have indirect counterparts. The status and level of the interlocutors in the language of instruction are guided by the normative language rules. In this respect, the importance and effect of oral culture is better understood. The Prophet (sas) did not write and print the hadith, nor did he use the written language. He preferred to apply for vocabulary. Because the Arabs accustomed to written culture together with the Qur'an, oral culture is more valuable. The daily language, not the language generally uses high language. It is noteworthy that the prophet prefers not the language of speech but the language of speech. The role and importance of context is a well-known issue for accurate understanding and accurate interpretation of expressions. This also applies to the understanding of hadiths. In the context of the context, it is also clear that the cultural context, which is considered from external contexts, is related to oral culture. In this paper, the impact of this issue on the understanding of the hadiths will be examined and some of the hadith narrations will be determined and evaluated firstly and then the importance of the subject will be emphasized.
Oral Culture, Hadith, Context, Narration.
|Author :||Nurullah AGİTOĞLU|
|Number of pages:||17-28|