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    Title: 青少年在圖書館與麥當勞的讀書次文化研究;The Subculture of Adolescents studying in Library and McDonald’s
    Authors: 詹雅鈞;Chan, Ya-Chun
    Contributors: 學習與教學研究所
    Keywords: 青少年;讀書;圖書館;麥當勞;次文化;後次文化;adolescents;studying;library;McDonald’s;sub-culture;post sub-culture
    Date: 2018-07-27
    Issue Date: 2018-08-31 14:59:57 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本研究是對青少年出外讀書行為的初步探索,自可能涉及的人、事、時、地、物等方面著手,探討在圖書館與麥當勞念書的青少年其讀書時間規劃與相關活動安排、有何次文化行為,希冀能藉此描繪出公共場所青少年讀書客族群的特性,寫下他們的故事,並探討在外念書對他們的意義為何;並進一步思考如何改善環境以符合青少年讀書客的使用需求,替學生創造更適合的讀書環境。

    ;This is a preliminary exploration of the adolescents’ studying behaviors in library and McDonald’s. The author examines such issues of studying as companions, time, process, places, and things. The study reveals the young people’s planning of time and related activities, as well as their subculture performance of studying in public spaces. Then, it draws out their features, writes down their stories, and finds out the meaning of studying outside. Finally, it wants to improve the studying environment based on the young readers’ needs.
    This ethnographic thesis employs the sub-culture and post sub-culture theories, Observations were taken in one library and one McDonald’s in Jongli. Also the adolescent readers there were interviewed.
    As the study shows, the factors affecting students′ time of studying outside includes the holiday and night study at school, cram schools or tutorial. Also, the activities of studying outside are multicolored with multiple purposes, which may involve in hanging out, dating, school clubbing, sporting, and tutoring, rather than the single set in the stereotype. In terms of environment improvement, libraries should consider the possibility of spatial flexibility in order to meet the huge demand of studying activities before major examinations; while McDonald′s can set up some sound-proof areas to meet the space consumers’ need of quietness.
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