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Volume :24 Issue : 93 2006      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Children's Literature Analytic View to Identify Concept (in Arabic)

Auther : Ibraheem Asshetwi

Many questions circle around the limits to which children’s literature is confined and its relation with other terminologies, such as `child’s intellect`, or the `child’s book` Through a careful review of the literature written on the theories of this genre (from its origin, its definition, and its relation to the literature of the adults, to its philosophy, its objectives, its illusions, and its aesthetics), it become evident that the various propositions discussed are quite inconsistent and that critics have not resolved into reaching foe a single viewpoint related to its divisions.

It has also been observed that the propositions raised in this proposal lay out four major assumptions; a structural fallacy, a textual comprehension, a textual aesthetic, and literary classicism.Moreover, such proposal, as stated in the researchers` wittings, is not related to the reason it has been established for, and that it lacks enough components to establish its own genre, and thus categorizing it as such is not quite adequate.

The abstract thus concludes with a note in distinguishing `literature in education` from `the education in literature` affirming that confiding literature within the framework of education is a violation of its value in educating the self, and calling for adherence to the moral codes that Omar, A`esha, and Mo`awiah (Allah is pleased with) made reference to, and that literature remains a guiding tool, separable from education yet paralleled to it, and not part of its components, as claimed by those embracing such an approach.

This paper also examines the inadequacy or such labeling to the work of literature those children themselves produced. Although insufficient in quantity and quality, it still considered efficient in understanding children’s thoughts, and their feelings, which reflects positively on how we deal with children have access to their minds, and eventually attempt to resolve their own problems.

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