Lik en raga på myren : Dialekt och identitet i skönlitteratur och svenskundervisning

Detta är en Uppsats för yrkesexamina på avancerad nivå från Umeå universitet/Institutionen för kultur- och medievetenskaper

Sammanfattning: This essay, called Like a dry, dead tree on the bog, examines how the identity-bearing aspects of the dialects in fiction can be applied in teaching literature in the Swedish subject. The method used is a qualitative analysis and close reading of three works made by authors from the same area, Västerbotten and Norrbotten. The works used are The Tar Still (1953) by Sara Lidman, I Went Down To Brother (2018) by Karin Smirnoff and So Fucking Cold (2019) by Lova Lakso. The results in the analysis show that how the characters use their language, either if it is dialect or a standard variety, affects and implies their identity in relation to others and the region of Norrland, mostly in the form of affiliation or distance to a community. The discussion focuses mainly on how the dialect and its effect on identity that is shown in the works can be used in literature teaching in Sweden. Based on theories by Louise M. Rosenblatt and Lars-Göran Malmgren it suggests using the works as an opportunity for reasoning and discussing dialect and the identity-bearing aspects of it in the classroom.

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