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Title: Skolbioprojektet i Kungsbacka - en etablerad verksamhet?
Other Titles: The schoolmovie project in Kungsbacka - an established activity?
Authors: Svedstam, Anna Carin
Department: Högskolan i Borås/Institutionen Biblioteks- och informationsvetenskap (BHS)
Issue Date: 1996
Series/Report no.: Magisteruppsats
Publisher: University of Borås/Swedish School of Library and Information Science (SSLIS)
Media type: text
Keywords: film
Abstract: This thesis is an attempt to study if the school cinema project in Kungsbacka is an established activity. Qualitative interviews have been performed with the cinema owner, the project leader and a politician of the municipality, about their views on the project. Teachers and pupils have also been interviewed. In the case of an established activity, the thesis also attempts to answer what causes have contributed to such an establishment. The study shows that the school cinema project is an established activity in Kungsbacka and that all parties involved are satisfied with it. The project has guaranteed the cinema's existence. According to the thesis, the reasons for the establishment are that govemment funds enabied the project to initiate. There is an open cultural climate in Kungsbacka and cultural activities for children and young people are considered a priority. The project is lead by a project grcup consisting of three dedicated film lovers, whose primary goal is to show good films to children and young people in a cinema environment.
ISSN: 1654-0247
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