Bilderboksanalys ur ett genusperspektiv : Hur framställs kläder och leksaker ur ett genusperspektiv i bilderböcker

Detta är en Uppsats för yrkesexamina på avancerad nivå från Karlstads universitet/Institutionen för språk, litteratur och interkultur (from 2013)

Sammanfattning: Clothes and toys are a big part of our children's lives. Clothing reflects how individuals are seen and after that it is easier to categorize individuals by gender or economic status. There are not so many toys that are gender neutral. Often cars are considered a masculine toy while the barge doll is seen as girlish and feminine. The primary school curriculum points to the importance of teaching and permeating through a gender perspective. This is because students perceive what is feminine and masculine through the teaching and treatment of the school (Skolverket,2011:8). This study will examine six selected picture books, picture books that are published to convey a norm breaking pattern with a focus on clothes and toys. It is therefore of great importance that teachers have the knowledge about which material can be a help for the teacher when the teacher in teaching conducts student-close discussions on gender. The teacher also needs to have the knowledge and ability to carry out teaching on all subjects from a gender perspective. The purpose of this study is to investigate whether the picture books on which the essay is based can help a teacher in his or her active professional role in finding, in a student-close way, inputs to book conversations, discussions and didactic links to gender science. This must be done through the analytical part of the picture books, where the focus is on the production of clothes and toys from a gender perspective. The study will be graded on a content analysis, a qualitative study in which the result of the analysis of the picture books is weighted together with previous research on the subject.When the study is completed, there is a clear pattern that should be highlighted. This pattern shows differences between girls and boys' clothes. Girls wear clothes in bright colors while boys almost always wear clothes in cooler and darker colors. Another result that clearly appeared in the analysis is that the clothes that the children use are linked to different activities. These activities are in turn linked to gender and this affects the combination of clothes in boys and girlsway to dress. 

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