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Urval och censur på barn- och ungdomsavdelningar : bibliotekariers erfarenheter och förhållningssätt

Carlsson Öiulfstad, Ida-Matilda LU (2016) ABMM54 20161
Division of ALM
Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences
Abstract
The aim with this paper is to investigate how children and youth librarians, the main persons in the selection process, in five public children departments discuss around selection. My ambition is by qualitative interviews and by text analyse (analysis of ideas) find out how librarians relate to the library collection from ethic, moral, censorship and freedom of speech. And also what they think of their motives when selecting literature and how they discuss around the role of the library as a distributer/mediation of literature in relation to its mission. To get a better oversight of the materials and the informant’s discussions, the paper has strongly been influenced by Sanna Taljas result from research done how users look at a collection... (More)
The aim with this paper is to investigate how children and youth librarians, the main persons in the selection process, in five public children departments discuss around selection. My ambition is by qualitative interviews and by text analyse (analysis of ideas) find out how librarians relate to the library collection from ethic, moral, censorship and freedom of speech. And also what they think of their motives when selecting literature and how they discuss around the role of the library as a distributer/mediation of literature in relation to its mission. To get a better oversight of the materials and the informant’s discussions, the paper has strongly been influenced by Sanna Taljas result from research done how users look at a collection of a library. Taljas three approach The general education repertoire, The alternative repertoire and The demand repertoire have been used as a filter to achieve interesting discussions and ideas. The informants reasoning can be derived from Taljas three instructions, but chiefly to The general education repetoir and The demand repetoir. (Less)
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author
Carlsson Öiulfstad, Ida-Matilda LU
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organization
course
ABMM54 20161
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type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
censorship, selection process, library, children´s literature, Talja, barnlitteratur, bibliotek, censur
language
Swedish
id
8877613
date added to LUP
2016-06-30 17:16:03
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2016-06-30 17:16:03
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  abstract     = {The aim with this paper is to investigate how children and youth librarians, the main persons in the selection process, in five public children departments discuss around selection. My ambition is by qualitative interviews and by text analyse (analysis of ideas) find out how librarians relate to the library collection from ethic, moral, censorship and freedom of speech. And also what they think of their motives when selecting literature and how they discuss around the role of the library as a distributer/mediation of literature in relation to its mission. To get a better oversight of the materials and the informant’s discussions, the paper has strongly been influenced by Sanna Taljas result from research done how users look at a collection of a library. Taljas three approach The general education repertoire, The alternative repertoire and The demand repertoire have been used as a filter to achieve interesting discussions and ideas. The informants reasoning can be derived from Taljas three instructions, but chiefly to The general education repetoir and The demand repetoir.},
  author       = {Carlsson Öiulfstad, Ida-Matilda},
  keyword      = {censorship,selection process,library,children´s literature,Talja,barnlitteratur,bibliotek,censur},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Urval och censur på barn- och ungdomsavdelningar : bibliotekariers erfarenheter och förhållningssätt},
  year         = {2016},
}