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Title: Literatura juvenil y educación intercultural: ¿estética vs. axiología?
Authors: Núñez-Delgado, Pilar
Issue Date: 2005
Abstract: Pese a que el debate sobre la existencia de la llamada “literatura juvenil” dista de estar cerrado, podemos aceptar que, al menos en parte, ésta incluiría un amplio número de títulos agrupados en colecciones editoriales específicas dirigidas a los alumnos de la educación secundaria. Estas obras se caracterizan por una serie de rasgos de entre los que podemos destacar el hecho de que, por encima de los valores estético-literarios, se centran, de un lado, en el intento de conectar con el mundo vital de los lectores y, de otro, en presentar y representar los valores aceptados en las sociedades occidentales democráticas para contribuir así a la educación y a la socialización de los jóvenes. En los últimos tiempos, y quizás como consecuencia de la pujanza del fenómeno de la inmigración, entre estos valores destacan los que tienen que ver con la interculturalidad. ABSTRACT Despite the debate about the existence of the so-called “juvenile literature” is not closed in any sense, it can be accepted that, at least partially, it would include a wide number of titles gathered in specific collections aimed at Secondary Education students. These books are characterised by a number of features among which we can highlight the fact of being focused, more than on aesthetic-literary values, on trying to connect with the vital world of the readers and, on the other hand, on showing and representing the accepted values of Western democratic societies so as to contribute to the education and socialization of these teenagers. In recent time, as a consequence of the importance of the phenomenon of immigration, among these values those related to interculturality are particularly salient.
Despite the debate about the existence of the so-called “juvenile literature” is not closed in any sense, it can be accepted that, at least partially, it would include a wide number of titles gathered in specific collections aimed at Secondary Education students. These books are characterised by a number of features among which we can highlight the fact of being focused, more than on aesthetic-literary values, on trying to connect with the vital world of the readers and, on the other hand, on showing and representing the accepted values of Western democratic societies so as to contribute to the education and socialization of these teenagers. In recent time, as a consequence of the importance of the phenomenon of immigration, among these values those related to interculturality are particularly salient
Publisher: Instituto de Estudios Ceutíes-Ciudad Autónoma de Ceuta
Description: Comunicación presentada en el IV Congreso Nacional sobre Inmigración, Interculturalidad y Convivencia. Ceuta. Octubre de 2004.
Keywords: Interculturalidad
Literatura juvenil
Educación literaria
Educación en valores
Juvenile literature
Interculturality
Literary education
Value education
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/24047
ISBN: 84-934546-1-3
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: Núñez, M.ª P. Literatura juvenil y educación intercultural: ¿estética vs. axiología?. Inmigración, interculturalidad y convivencia, IV. : 609-618 (2005).[http://hdl.handle.net/10481/24047]
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