Dijital Çağda Dijital Pandemi: Türkiye’de Covid-19 Gündemi

Arif Yıldırım

Abstract


Internet teknolojileri ile dijital çağda boyut atlayan toplumsal yaşam, dijitalleşen dünyada yeni bir kırılma noktasını ise Covid-19 salgını ile yaşamaktadır. 2019’un sonlarında Çin’in Wuhan eyaletinde başlayan ve daha sonra dünyanın tamamını etkisi altına alarak küresel bir karantina sürecine neden olan korona virüs, reel gündelik yaşamı dijitalleştirmeyi zorunlu kılmaktadır. Bu dijitalleştirme ile reel hayattaki sosyal etkileşim minimuma inerken dijital ortamdaki sosyal etkileşim miktarı ise maksimum seviyeye ulaşmıştır. Etkileşim yoğunluğunun dijital ortamda artması böylelikle reelin pandemisini dijital bir pandemiye dönüştürmüştür. Standart gündelik hayatın dijital olarak gerçekleştirilmesi ve küresel bir salgın krizinin yaşanıyor olması, dijital ortamda gündemi belirlerken oluşan bilgi havuzunun da güvenilirliğini zedelemektedir. Yeni normal olarak adlandırılan bu dönemin, Türkiye üzerinde de oldukça etkisi olmuştur. Bu araştırmada, korona virüs salgının Türkiye’de toplumsal açıdan yarattığı etkiler, Türk toplumunun Google aramaları ve Instagram hashtaglerine gösterdiği ilgi üzerinden gündem analizi yapılarak incelenmiştir. Bu inceleme, Türk halkının Covid-19 ve beraberinde gelen karantina sürecinde merak ettiği ve hakkında en çok konuştuğu konuların geneline belirli ölçütler ekseninde odaklanarak gerçekleştirilmiştir.

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