Arda Tor – 15 vs 1
Which student are you?
College Student (The World)
Name of School
Grade / Year in School
Location (City, State/Province, Country)
Canakkale, Merkez/Canakkale, Turkey
If you identify with an ethnicity or culture(s), which one or ones do you identify with?
What is the name of your legal guardian/parent (if under 18)?
Please provide contact information for your legal guardian/parent (if under 18)
What are your social media accounts (TikTok, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook)?
instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ardathor/ twitter: https://twitter.com/rotadra
Please select type of project you are entering
What is the title of your project?
15 vs 1
Please tell us about your submission (maximum 600 words)
I designed and coded both ios and android apps. Designed and implemented a webpage for this. This application is based on what I have seen in real life. In this application, I have always made it the subject of starting dozens of steps back. And this group is seen as inferior by a certain group. However, equal conditions are mentioned. This group.. women, blacks, Indians and everyone else.. I wanted people to experience the unidentified bad feeling they were exposed to for 1 minute with a game that seemed irrelevant. Only once, after experiencing this sense of injustice, I wanted to write a play that would allow them to erase it and continue their lives with this awareness. So yes, this is basically a mobile game.
What is something you learned about patriarchy and what is something you would like to change about what you learned?
Patriarchy is an idea held by corrupt people. Patriarchal people are a group of people who have no future place in society and seem to be dominant at the moment. Their biggest advantage is that they are pretty good at being bad. Unlike them, we are pretty bad at being bad. But one thing we forget is that we're not that good at being good either. Unless there is unity, patriarchy is not the kind of thought that will never disappear. After the War of Independence, a general lays the British flag in front of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and says, "Pasha, the British had trampled the Turkish flag. It's your turn." And Atatürk gets very angry about this. "Get it off the ground. Our problem is not with the British nation. Responding to evil with evil is the biggest mistake." I mean, trying to dominate patriarchal people and trying to oppress them like they did is an action that will never yield results. On the contrary, it is necessary to go down to the source of the thoughts of patriarchal people and where exactly they are placed in their heads, and to correct this point. It is certain that patriarchal people need a rehabilitation, but the solution to patriarchy is quite certain and clear. It is about to start with education, to teach the whole public with all broadcast sources that the thoughts of people with ideas are wrong. Comedy can be an effective weapon for this. The group I'm talking about is of course the kids :) They're the only way to fix this. Because although I said "people, people", patriarchy includes many states. So my answer is education. I would definitely like to change the way children are brought up. Otherwise, these children will grow up and become Trump or Macron :)
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