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Knjige v angleščini v slovenskih splošnih knjižnicah : magistrsko delo
Škufca, Nina (Author), Južnič, Primož (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Splošne knjižnice imajo pomembno vlogo pri spodbujanju in krepitvi bralnih navad širše skupnosti ter hkrati ohranjanju pomena maternega jezika. V modernem času in širjenju trenda branja v tujih jezikih so pridobile dodatno nalogo. Zaradi naraščajočega zanimanja za branje tujejezičnih knjig, smo raziskovali bralne navade v angleškem jeziku med uporabniki Knjižnice A. T. Linharta Radovljica, Mestne knjižnice Kranj in Občinske knjižnice Jesenice. Namen je bil ugotoviti koliko uporabnikov bere knjižno gradivo v angleščini in opredeliti zadovoljstvo z zbirko v angleškem jeziku v splošni knjižnici. Pri raziskovanju bralnih navad uporabnikov je uporabljena metoda anketnega vprašalnika, pri pogledu vodje nabave na bralne navade in zbirke v angleškem jeziku pa metoda delno strukturiranega intervjuja. Vzorec uporabnikov sestavlja 416 uporabnikov Knjižnice A. T. Linharta Radovljica, Mestne knjižnice Kranj in Občinske knjižnice Jesenice. Rezultati ankete so pokazali, da so uporabniki vseh treh knjižnic zadovoljni z zbirko knjig v angleškem jeziku, da starejši uporabniki prav tako berejo v angleškem jeziku in da uporabniki, ki berejo knjige v angleškem jeziku, le-te tudi kupujejo. Raziskava je prinesla vpogled v subjektivno oceno bralnih navad v angleškem jeziku v izbranih splošnih knjižnicah. Lahko predvidevamo, da bo branje v angleščini naraščalo, zato je naloga knjižnic, da sledijo večjemu povpraševanju po gradivu v angleškem jeziku pri ponudbi in nabavi gradiva, da ohranijo in na novo pridobijo uporabnike.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:vzajemni katalogi, online katalogi, COBISS3/Katalogizacija, katalogizatorji, uporabniški vmesniki, bolonjske magistrske naloge
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2017
Publisher:[N. Škufca]
Number of pages:77 f.
UDC:027:028(497.4)(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:64318818 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
Public libraries play a key role in creating reading environment and promoting reading skills as well as constantly emphasizing the importance of the native language. Modern times brought increased interest in reading literature in foreign languages, thus imposing upon public libraries important additional tasks. That was the reason why my survey concentrated on reading habits in English language among patrons of public libraries in Radovljica, Kranj and Jesenice. The purpose of the survey was to identify the proportion of library users who read in English language and their reasons and satisfaction with the libraries' collection of books in English language. As a method of the study a questionnaire was used as well as the method of a semi-structured interview made by the acquisition managers. A sample of people from the survey consisted of 416 patrons of the public libraries in Radovljica, Kranj and Jesenice. The results of the study show that the patrons of all chosen libraries are fairly satisfied with the stock of English books; that older people read in English as well and that users who read books in English, are generally in the habit of purchasing them. The survey gave an insight into a subjective assessment of reading habits in the English language in chosen public libraries. It is safe to assume that the number of English readers will be trending up. It is thus libraries' duty to accept and follow those changes when acquiring new materials in order to keep the present and gain new libraries' users.


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