Ta steget för att hitta din läsglädje! : En kvalitativ undersökning om folkbibliotekariers läsfrämjande arbete med hjälp av alternativa metoder

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för kulturvetenskaper (KV)

Sammanfattning: This thesis inquiries into the public libraries and librarians attitude towards and use of alternative methods in their reading promotion work for children aged 10–18. The statistics show that children's reading comprehension has decreased in surveys of PIRLS. Furthermore, highlights that children find it boring to read and experience reading as an obligation. The purpose of this study is to gain insight into if librarians at public libraries use alternative methods to inspire reading for children.    The study uses the theories Literacy Studies and the Sociocultural Perspective together with qualitative interviews as a method for obtaining empirical data for analysis. The findings that emerge from the informants' account of their reading promotion work are that they work with multimodal tools such as computer games, theater, puzzles, music, storyyoga and more. These tools are used as aids to both attract children to cross the threshold of the library and to take the story to another level. The digitization of their activities has enabled children to participate in public library activities on their own terms. It turns out that the story is more important to the children than reading the printed book. The public libraries also collaborate with other associations to reach out to children where they are located and work together to motivate the children to read. The movement activities for children aged 10–18 that are available and offered are, for example, yoga and interactive walking theaters. The children can be involved and their perspectives are taken advantage of in the development of the library activities that are aimed at the children.   The conclusion shows that librarians at public libraries use multimodal tools as alternative methods to stimulate children aged 10–18 to become readers and that children appreciate the public library.

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