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  • 1 Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Neveléstudományi Doktori Iskola, , Budapst
  • | 2 Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Neveléstudományi Intézet, , 1075 Budapest, Kazinczy u. 23–27.
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Összefoglaló. Az irodalmi alkotások jól alkalmazhatók az oktatásban arra, hogy a tanulók megismerkedjenek a társadalom sokszínűségével és annak kulturális összefüggéseivel, amennyiben megfelelően ábrázolják ezeket a társadalmi csoportokat.

Jelen írás célja, hogy a tartalomelemzés módszerével feltárja és elemezze a magyar általános iskolák tananyagához kapcsolódó irodalmi szemelvénye fogyatékossággal kapcsolatos tartalmait.

A kutatás eredményei rávilágítanak, hogy a vizsgált irodalmi szemelvényekben a fogyatékossággal élő szereplők rendkívül alulreprezentáltak és sztereotip módon ábrázoltak, ezáltal erősíthetik a tanulók fogyatékossággal élő emberekkel kapcsolatos előítéleteit, így feldolgozásukkor hangsúlyt kell fektetni a sztereotip tartalmak tisztázására.

Summary. Literary works are a readily available resource in education to help students learn about the diversity of society and its cultural contexts, as long as they depict these social groups appropriately.

The study aimed to identify the different recurring patterns of the disability conception within the content of youth literature in primary education, employing content analysis.

The results of the research reveal that in the examined literary works people with disabilities are extremely underrepresented and depicted stereotypically. This way of representation can reinforce students’ negative attitude towards people with disabilities, therefore the stereotypical content should be clarified and discussed during the lessons.

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