Skolbibliotekariens självbild : Och hur den påverkar den upplevda positionen i skolverksamheten

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

Sammanfattning: The self-image of the school librarian: and how it affects the perceived status in a school environment. This paper examines the role of the school librarian and how they perceive themselves and how they think other actors in the school environment perceive them. The purpose of this study is to highlight how the school librarian’s professional identity and the teachers understanding of it correlates to form the impact on the school librarian position. Semistructured interviews were conducted with five school librarians. The theoretical framework used to analyze the result was Montiel-Overall’s TLC theory, Centerwall’s performativity theory derived from Judith Butler’s feminist theory on performativity, and Örom’s theory on librarian identities. In conclusion, the results show that all of the interviewed acknowledged that they’re all in a position of power to define their own role, and that at the same time the teachers do not have enough information to know what that role is supposed to be. This means that the school librarians liken themselves to other school employees in more practical roles instead of an educational one.

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