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Art has been tried to be defined many times from past to present. With its most general definition, art is the way of expressing what one sees and feels with line, color, shape, sound, etc. in an original and creative manner. In this study, concepts related to people's perception of art are emphasized. The aim of the study is to reveal how and through which metaphor the social studies teacher candidates explain their perceptions of the concept of Art. The study group of the study consists of 50 teacher candidates who have taken the second class art and aesthetics course in Niğde Ömer Halisdemir University Faculty of Education. For this purpose, after the art and aesthetics course in the first semester of 2018-2019 academic year ends, social studies teacher candidates are asked to fill in the forms that consists of open-ended questions such as ‘art is like ……….. , because ……….’. In this study, case study model, which is one of the qualitative research methods, was used. Content analysis was used to analyze the data of the study. In the research, it was observed that there are 50 different metaphors related to the concept of ‘art’ belonging to 50 teacher candidates among the second grade social studies teacher candidates students of social studies teaching. These 50 metaphors were evaluated under five groups, together with the reasons the students advocated. As a result of the research, it is revealed that social studies teacher candidates can directly or indirectly integrate the concept of art with artistic concepts and art is not a single form of expression, but also a wealth of concepts as well as richness of expression.


Art, Metaphor, Social Studies, Teacher Candidates, Education


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