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‘The Big Read’ 독서 이니셔티브 10년과 선정 책의 분석

An Analysis of Books Selected in 10 Years of ‘The Big Read’ Reading Initiative

한국문헌정보학회지, (P)1225-598X;
2018, v.52 no.1, pp.159-178
https://doi.org/10.4275/KSLIS.2018.52.1.159
윤정옥 (청주대학교)
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초록

이 연구의 목적은 2006년부터 2017년까지 진행된 미국 National Endowment for the Arts가 지원하는 ‘The Big Read(TBR)’ 지역사회 독서운동에서 선정된 책들의 특성 및 ‘One Book’과의 관계를 살펴보는 것이다. 2017년 12월 현재 NEA의 TBR에 참여한 1,407개 프로그램과 745개 지역사회, TBR Library 선정 책 56권을 분석한 결과는 TBR은 ‘One Book’ 독서운동을 확장 및 보완하고 있으며, 이 독서운동 모형의 지속가능성을 확증하였다. TBR은 책 선정에서 독자적 지향점을 갖지만, 주제적 특성은 ‘One Book’ 책 1,102권의 축소판과 같은 유사성을 가진다. 성장, 정의, 관용과 같은 인간의 보편적 가치 및 미국 내 다양한 민족과 문화 경험과 삶에 대한 관심을 반영한다. ‘One Book’과 TBR의 가시적 성과는 계량하기 어려우나, 한 권의 책을 통한 소통의 가치는 지속가능함을 확인하였다.

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The Big Read ‘한 책 한 도시’ 독서운동 지역사회 대중독서운동 주제 다양성 미국문학 미국예술지원기금 The Big Read ‘One Book One City’ Reading Campaign Community Mass Reading Movement Subject Diversity American Literature National Endowment for the Arts

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to understand the characteristics of books selected for ‘The Big Read’ community reading initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts from 2006 to 2017 and its relation with ‘One Book, One City’ community reading campaign in the U.S.A. An analysis of 1,407 TBR programs and 745 participating communities, and 56 books from TBR Library shows that TBR expands and complements ‘One Book’ reading campaigns, and confirms the sustenance of this innovative model. TBR Libray books were selected with TBR’s own criteria, but their features are generally very similar to those of 1,102 books selected for ‘One Book’ programs. They often reflect some interests in such universal values as coming of age, justice, integrity, etc. and diverse cultural experiences and life. The outcomes of ‘One Book’ and TBR cannot be qualitatively measured, but their sustainable value of communication through one selected book has been well proved.

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The Big Read ‘한 책 한 도시’ 독서운동 지역사회 대중독서운동 주제 다양성 미국문학 미국예술지원기금 The Big Read ‘One Book One City’ Reading Campaign Community Mass Reading Movement Subject Diversity American Literature National Endowment for the Arts

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