Att vara i minoritet : Flickors läsutveckling på mansdominerade yrkesprogram

Detta är en Magister-uppsats från Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för språk och litteratur, SOL

Sammanfattning: This essay studied how six girls experienced their reading development during their college education in male-dominated profession programs. The issues assumed were how they experience their literature reading and literature education and what happened with their interest in reading. The theoretical frame included researchers Säljö, Rosenblatt, Gun Malmgren, Olin-Scheller, Ulfgaard and Molloy. The study showed that most of the girls felt their reading had worsened but not because of their male classmates but because of school. They had a lot of homework and participated in so many different school projects which would be completed that there was no time to reading for pleasure. The girls did not like the teachers’ literate sample and did not like the methods used in learning literature. They would rather have discussions of literature instead of writing about the content of the book and its author. The study also showed that girls did not react against any male dominance among the books they read in school.

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