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dc.contributor.advisorSavić, Svenka
dc.contributor.otherAntonić, Ivana
dc.contributor.otherZvekić-Dušanović, Dušanka
dc.contributor.otherSikimić, Biljana
dc.contributor.otherSavić, Svenka
dc.creatorBašaragin, Margareta
dc.date.issued2017-07-20
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dc.description.abstractCilj istraživanja je da pokažem prisustvo implicitne rodne diskriminacije u skrivenom kurikulumu osnovne škole tokom komunikacije između nastavnica i učenika i učenica u razredu na srpskom jeziku (u kojem postoje jasni jezički znaci za obeležje roda) i na mađarskom jeziku (koji ne poznaje kategoriju roda u tipološkom sistemu jezika). Teorijski okvir čini teorija iz rodnih studija o višestrukim identitetima (Batler 2010 [1990], 2001 [1993] ) i „činjenje roda“ (West, Zimmerman 1987), u kojem se analiza diskursa afirmiše kao najpogodnija. Hipoteza je da je implicitna rodna diskriminacija deo skrivenog diskursa i eksplicitne diskursne upotrebe jezika nastavnica u razredu. Korpus empirijskih podataka čine: 1. razgovor u razredu (transkripti video i audio zapisa dva školska časa maternjeg jezika u srpskom i mađarskom odeljenju 8. razreda u dve osnovne škole u Subotici); 2. tekstovi nastavnih programa i čitanki za isti razred srpskog jezika (kao maternjeg i nematernjeg) i mađarskog (kao maternjeg) 3. neverbalno i verbalno ponašanje učenika i učenica na školskoj priredbi (dva video zapisa snimljena na Danu škole u dvojezičnoj osnovnoj školi sa nastavom na srpskom i mađarskom jeziku). Rezultati pokazuju da: 1. nastavni čas strukturiraju i vode nastavnice - njima pripada govoreni prostor u oba odeljenja, postoje razlike u njihovim diskursnim strategijama (oslovljavanju, prekidanjima, preklapanjima) prema učenicima i učenicama. 2. Rodno osteljiva analiza nastavnih planova i čitanki nije konstatovala integraciju rodne ravnopravnosti u udžbeničke koncepcije i sadržaje, nego potvrđuje rodne stereotipe i implicitnu i eksplicitnu diskriminaciju po polu/rodu; 3. Analiza sadržaja i oblika osnovnoškolskih godišnjih priredbi potvrđuje da je koncepcija priredbi u funkciji razvijanja multikulturalizma, ali dijalog kultura izostaje. Hipoteza je potvrđena. Zaključujem da razgovor u razredu utiče na formiranje rodnih, jezičkih i kulturnih identiteta učenika i učenica po rodu kao komponenti njihovog identiteta. Zato u dvojezičnim školama treba organizovani posebne oblike nastavnih sadržaja, strukture časa, razgovornog i pisanog materijala kojim bi se ove kategorije vrednosti i ponašanja i jezički uobličavali za potrebe rodnog identiteta. Preporuka je da oni koji kreiraju obrazovne politike i kurikulume za obrazovanje nastavničkog kadra kao i autori_ke nacionalnih kurikuluma za škole i udžbenika podignu svest o važnosti neposredne interakcije u razredu.sr
dc.description.abstractThe aim of the research is to show the existence of implicit gender discrimination in the hidden curriculum in primary education that is reflected in the interaction between the teachers and the pupils in the classes taught in Serbian (with clear grammar gender markers) and Hungarian (which does not recognize the gender categories). The theoretical framework is based on the theory of multiple identities in gender studies (Batler 2010 [1990], 2001 [1993]) and “doing gender” (West, Zimmerman 1987), where discourse analysis is considered to be the most suitable tool for investigation of this topic. The paper starts from the hypothesis that the implicit gender-based discrimination is part of the hidden classroom discourse and the explicit language used by teachers in the classroom setting. The corpus consists of: 1.a classroom talk (the fine transcript of two video and audio recordings of mother tongue lessons in Serbian and Hungarian classes made in the eighth grade in two primary schools in Subotica), 2. texts taken from the curricula and the eighth grade textbooks used in classes in Serbian (taught either as a mother tongue or a second language) and Hungarian (taught as mother tongue); 3. nonverbal and verbal behaviour of pupils during the school events (two video recordings made during “The School Day” in a bilingual primary school where teaching is conducted in both Serbian and Hungarian). The results of the empirical investigation are as follows: 1. classes in both classrooms were structured and led by teachers – classroom interaction time was mostly taken by teachers. Also, certain differences have been identified concerning the teacher-pupil discourse strategies in terms of addressing pupils, interruptions and overlaps; 2. the gender sensitive analysis of curricula and textbooks has shown that gender equality principle is not their integral part. Instead, textbooks reflect gender bias and discrimination by gender/sex; 3. the analysis of the types and content of school events has shown that although these events were aimed at developing multiculturalism, the dialogue between cultures was missing. Therefore, the hypothesis has been confirmed. It has been concluded that classroom interaction influences the formation of gender, linguistic and cultural identities of both female and male pupils. Hence, bilingual schools should pay attention to class structure, devising specific teaching contents, and creating spoken and written materials which would help to develop the aforementioned values and types of behaviour. The general recommendation is that educational policy makers as well as national curriculum and textbook authors should make effort to raise awareness about the importance of immediate classroom interaction.en
dc.languagesr (latin script)
dc.publisherУниверзитет у Новом Саду, Студије при универзитетуsr
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dc.sourceУниверзитет у Новом Садуsr
dc.subjectinterakcija, jezik, rod, kultura, identitet, učenici,nastavnici, osnovna škola, dvojezična nastava,intersekcionalnost, razgovor u razredu, srpskijezik, mađarski jezik, interdisciplinarnostsr
dc.subjectinteraction, language, gender, culture, identity,pupils, teachers, primary school, bilingualeducation, classroom discourse, Serbian,Hungarian, interdisciplinarityen
dc.titleInterakcija roda, jezika i kulture u formiranju identiteta učenica osmog razreda osnovne škole u procesu dvojezične nastave u Vojvodinisr
dc.title.alternativeInteraction of Gender, Language and Culture inIdentity Formation of Female Pupils in the EighthGrade of Primary School in the Process ofBilingual Education in Vojvodinaen
dc.typeDoktorska disertacijasr


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