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Slikanice brez besedila na Slovenskem:otrok kot (so)ustvarjalec pripovedi
Klemenčič, Tina (Author), Blažić, Milena Mileva (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V Sloveniji je nastalo relativno malo slikanic brez besedila (po podatkih Pionirske knjižnice je zavedenih 17), zato se bomo v diplomskem delu osredinili na tri izvirne slovenske slikanice brez besedila. Kot prvo smo izbrali delo ilustratorja in karikaturista Mar(i)jana Amaliettija z naslovom Maruška Potepuška (1977). Drugo izbrano delo je Deček in hiša (2014), prva avtorska slikanica (v l. 2016 prejemnica priznanja zlata hruška) slikarke in ilustratorke Maje Kastelic. Tretje izbrano delo je slikanica brez besedila slikarja in ilustratorja Damijana Stepančiča (2010) z naslovom Zgodba o sidru, ki je l. 2011 prejela priznanje zlata hruška. V teoretičnem delu bomo izbrana dela podrobno analizirali z metodologijo raziskovanja M. Nikolajeve in C. Scott v knjigi How Picturebooks Work [Kako delujejo slikanice] (2006), saj želimo slikanice pred raziskovalnim delom naloge razumeti v vseh njihovih vsebinskih in formalnih razsežnostih. Vključili bomo tudi svojo interpretacijo in izvedli intervju z avtorjema Majo Kastelic in Damijanom Stepančičem ter tako z njuno pomočjo in na osnovi teorije slikanice S. L. Beckett (2013), kjer smo namreč zaznali kar nekaj vzporednic s slikanicami, ki nastajajo na tujem, zlasti tistimi, ki upodabljajo otroško videnje sveta preko potovanj, poskušali najti podobnosti in razlike njihovih del z evropsko in svetovno produkcijo. Po teoretični predstavitvi bo sledil raziskovalni del diplomskega dela, kjer bomo s petimi predšolskimi otroki izvedli individualne pogovore ob vseh treh izbranih delih. Osredinili se bomo na samostojno interpretacijo in pripovedovanje otrok ob ilustracijah slikanic ter pri tem ugotavljali, ali s t. i. odprtim branjem izbrana literarna dela res spodbujajo ustvarjalnost in razvijajo domišljijo. Na osnovi spoznanj bomo v sklepu kritično premislili tudi o problemu ustvarjalnega otroka, o katerem je pisal že Levi-Strauss v knjigi Oddaljeni pogled (1985).

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:slikanica brez besedila
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2019
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Language:English
Title:Wordless picturebooks in Slovenia: the child as a (co)creator of the narrative
Abstract:
There has been a relatively small number of picture books without text published in Slovenia (the Slovenian pioneer library - Pionirska knjižnica - notes only 17). This diploma thesis will therefore focus on three original Slovenian picture books without text. The first picture book was created by the illustrator and caricaturist Mar(i)jan Amalietti entitled Maruška Potepuška (1977; Maruška's Adventures). The second book is entitled Deček in hiša (2014; A Boy and a House), which received the Slovenian children's book award Zlata hruška (The Golden Pear) in 2016 and is the first original work created by the painter and illustrator Maja Kastelic. The third picture book without text is the work of a painter and illustrator Damijan Stepančič entitled Zgodba o sidru (2010; The Story of the Anchor), which received the Zlata hruška award in 2011. The theoretical part of this thesis will consist of a detailed analysis of these works by using the research methodology described by M. Nikolajeva and C. Scott in the book How picture books work (2006). The aim is to understand the books on every contextual and official level before conducting the analysis. The thesis will also include my personal interpretation and an interview with Maja Kastelic and Damijan Stepančič. With their help and based on the theory on picture books by S. L. Beckett (2013), which helped me discover quite a few parallels with picture books published abroad (especially those that depict a child's perception of the world through travels), an analysis of similarities and differences between these three Slovenian works and picture books published in Europe and abroad is conducted. The theoretical description is followed by the research part of the diploma thesis, which includes individual interviews with five children about the three chosen works. The focus is on their individual interpretation and description of the illustrations. At the same time, I was analysing if “open” reading of these works can encourage creativity and help develop a child’s imagination. Based on these discoveries, the thesis will be concluded with a critical reflection on the problem of a creative child, which was previously described by Levi-Strauss in the book The View from Afar (1985).

Keywords:picture books without text

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