How were the law on unity of education and letter revolution processed in the humor magazines of the period?
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The Republic of Turkey has wanted to move forward with the legacy of the Ottoman State have taken innovation and reform movements. The establishment of a new state caused a period of joy in the public and visual media due to the difficulties experienced during the National Struggle period. Innovation and reform movements in the period of this joy are fundamentally changing the social structure and institutions that have been going on for centuries. There have been many revolutions that have influenced education, law, economic and everyday life. Considering the low literacy rate, it is thought that the public is seriously affected by the print media. The effect of Tawhid-i Tedrisat Law (Law on Unity of Education) and Letter Revolution on humor journals, which is important among these changes, was investigated. In this respect, it is seen that there was no significant criticism against the government of the period based on the publications between 1924-1928 in Zümrüd-ü Anka and Akbaba humor magazines, which were examined within the framework of the Law of Tevhid-i Tedrisat and Letter Revolution. It is understood from the studies that illustrators, who made publications, support these reforms, especially in humor magazines and newspaper publications directed towards innovation and reform movements.