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Title: Bokjuryn. Barnbibliotekariers syn på och arbete med det nationellt läsfrämjande projektet
Other Titles: Bokjuryn. Childrens librarians view of and work with the national reading project
Authors: Bjelvenmark, Katarina
Department: Högskolan i Borås/Institutionen Biblioteks- och informationsvetenskap (BHS)
Issue Date: 2005
Series/Report no.: Magisteruppsats
Publisher: University College of Borås. Swedish School of Library and Information Science (SSLIS)
Keywords: biblioteks- och informationsvetenskap
library and information science
Abstract: The aim with this thesis is to examine how childrens librarians apprehend and use the nationally initiated reading project Bokjuryn as an instrument in their work. The main question is as follows: How does Bokjuryn work related to the way public libraries pass on literature? Two questions are asked: How does the childrens librarians use Bokjuryn as an instrument and how do they motivate their work with it? and How do the childrens librarians view the reading project Bokjuryn as a method of passing on literature? The study is based on qualitative interviews with five childrens librarians. As a theoretical starting-point Jofrid Karner Smidt´s work about mediation of literature has been used. A model has been created and used based on Louise Limbergs analyses of the differences between school libraries and public libraries to analyse the result of the interviews together with other literature. The most common method of work is to inform about the project during book talk. Bokjuryn works best when the form of activity is directed and served with as acomplete product. The main motive for childrens librarians is their task as mediators of literature. Bokjuryn, nationally initiated, is also something they should work with. All childrens librarians have a positive attitude towards national reading projects even though they have different ways of looking at how this projects form affects their work with literature. The way Bokjuryn works corresponds better to the school libraries´ intentions and work methods than the public libraries.
ISSN: 1404-0891
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