Roly čitateľa v čitateľa v čitateľa v procese čítania

Variant title
The roles of reader in the reading process
Source document: ProInflow. 2015, vol. 7, iss. 2, pp. 30-40
Extent
30-40
  • ISSN
    1804-2406
Type
Article
Language
Slovak
License: Not specified license
Abstract(s)
Cieľom tohto článku je podať komplexný obraz rozličných rolí vyplývajúcich pre čitateľa v procese čítania. Použitím metódy analýzy, syntézy, hodnotenia a porovnávania prístupov jednotlivých odborníkov v oblasti, predstaviteľov rozličných teórií čítania, boli generované konkrétne roly čitateľa kognitívneho a nonkognitívneho charakteru. Zvlášť sa tu poukazuje na účinky čítania: nielen kognitívne, ale aj fyziologické či emocionálne, ktoré môžu spôsobiť zmenu čitateľových názorov, postojov a správania. Ťažiskom je vytvorený model dimenzií rolí čitateľa.
The aim of this paper is to present a comprehensive picture of the reader's role in the context of the reading process. Using analytical methods, synthesis, evaluation and comparison of the approaches taken by experts in the field, representatives of the different theories of reading were generated specific roles of the reader of cognitive and noncognitive nature. Particularly highlighted are the effects of reading: not only cognitive but also physiological or emotional that may cause changes in the reader's opinions, attitudes and behaviour. The main part of this paper is created model of dimensions of reader's roles.
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