Document Type : Original Article


1 Kazan Federal University, Russia

2 Bozok University, Russia


In connection with the living environment, people have used all kinds of communication. One of the ancient modes of communication is whistling. Many people encoded their messages using this method. However, there are peoples and tribes that have developed this language to the level of communication. One of them is the Turkish people. The present study aimed to investigate the language of the whistle of the Turkish people. Owing to globalization and the fear of losing this language, many organizations in Turkey have decided to take control of the language and try to prevent its disappearance. Thus, the language of the whistle has also been taken under the protection of UNESCO. This step has given the language a new lease of life, for many organizers trying to help it survive in the globalization of the world have appeared. Scientists persist in studying this language, and the residents continue to use their traditions and thereby attract new tourists.