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Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 634959

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Autori: Hameršak, Marijana
Naslov: Antropologija, ekonomija i Dječje carstvo: produkcija i recepcija bajku u međuraću
( Anthropology, Economy and the Children's Empire: production and reception of Fairy Tales during the Interwar period )
Knjiga: Veliki Vidar: stoljeće Grigora Viteza
Urednik/ci: Protrka Štimec, Marina ; Zalar, Diana ; Zima, Dubravka
Izdavač: Centar za izdavačku djelatnost Učiteljskog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Grad: Zagreb
Godina: 2013
Raspon stranica:: 399-413
ISBN: 978-953-7210-62-5
Ključne riječi: dječja književnost, kazalište, povijest, bajke
( children's literature, theatre, history, fairy tales )
Sažetak:
The interest in children as agents (active subjects) was the landmark of the self-proclaimed new paradigm of late twentieth century sociologies and anthropologies of childhood (cf. Buckingham 1993, Corsaro 1988, James and Prout, 1990 etc.). In the first decade of the twenty first century this perspective extended into other fields, among which, children's literature studies and history of childhood (for example Maynes, 2008 ; Rudd, 2005 ; Sánchez-Eppler, 2008). Following this epistemological tendency, the article discusses production and distribution of fairy tales in Croatia between First and Second World War from the perspective of children's agency. On the one hand, the article focuses on the penny literature for children that flourished in the Croatia in the interwar period. On the other hand, it focuses on the debates about fairy tales raised in the 1930s. Finally, it discusses multimedia (radio, theatre, magazine) project for children called The Children's Kingdom (Dječje carstvo), also made in 1930s. All of these practices, the penny literature for children, children’s literature criticism and The Children Kingdom preferred fairy tales and, at the same time, extensively employed new concepts of children's agency. Penny fairy tales employed the concept of children as consumers i. e. economical agents. On the other hand, promoters of fairy tales insisted on the concept of children as active and intelectually autonomous subjects, while The Children's Empire employed the concept of children as participants (fans, actors and actress) i. e. consumers and cultural agents.
Projekt / tema: 189-1890666-0664
Izvorni jezik: HRV
Kategorija: Pregledni
Znanstvena područja:
Znanost o umjetnosti,Etnologija i antropologija
Upisao u CROSBI: Marijana Hamresak (marham@ief.hr), 1. Srp. 2013. u 11:31 sati
Napomene:
Rad je proširena inačica članka: Hameršak, Marijana. 2012. "Imeti svojo pravljico: Vpliv otroka na produkcijo in recepcijo hrvaške pravljice v prvih desetletjih 20. stoletja". Otrok in knjiga 83: 169-178. (ISSN: 0351-5141).



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