Political journalism of Mustafa Shokai in the magazine «Zhas Turkestan»

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  • R.Sh. Bakenova L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University
  • G. Sh. Ashirbekova L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University
  • A.B. Akynbekova Al-Farabi Kazakh National University


political journalism, emigrant journalism, magazine, genre, article, national interest, idea


Mustafa Shokai's contribution to the struggle for the independence of the nation and to the press has been studied by a number of scientists. In 2023, Shokai scholar Abdiuakap Kara translated more than 140 articles by Shokai from French into Kazakh and published them in a separate book. M. Shokai is a person who has weight not only in emigrant journalism, but also in political journalism. Therefore, it is important to study his views on the interests of the nation in journalistic articles and his influence on the formation of public opinion, as well as methods of analyzing the problem. Considering the content and structure of expert articles, genre features, we determine his journalistic creative skills. The topics he raised, such as the study of the volatile nature of the political system, analysis in determining the nature of various social changes, the introduction of leadership ideas in shaping public opinion, can be used in the practice of modern mass media, as well as for the development of professional competence of journalists. The article analyzes several journalistic articles by M. Shocking in the magazine "Zhas Turkistan" from the point of view of the interests of the nation. In addition, the article analyzes all of Mustafa's thoughts about the unification of Turkic brethren, about how people come to the common world and learn.



How to Cite

Bakenova Р. ., Ashirbekova Г. ., & Akynbekova А. . (2024). Political journalism of Mustafa Shokai in the magazine «Zhas Turkestan». Bulletin of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University. JOURNALISM Series, 146(1), 157–167. Retrieved from https://buljourn.enu.kz/index.php/main/article/view/453