Problemy czytelnictwa w prasie polskiej w latach 2004–2005

Lidia Ippoldt


Readership problems in Polish press in 2004–2005

Readership is becoming a widespread and disturbing problem, especially in Poland. It turns out that not only adult Poles read less, but a decrease in readership has recently been observed also among children, even those younger than 15. Therefore, perhaps, much is written about the problem, attempts are made to appeal to librarians to propagate books, and new ideas of librarian work, especially with children and youth, are proposed. This is clearly noticeable in the press. Over two years (2004-2005) The National Library registered a total of 247 articles on readership. They were published both in librarian professional journals or local librarian press, and in ordinary dailies. Also pedagogical magazines published articles on the subject. Finally, the gravity of the problem is shown by the fact that it was devoted some attention even by scientific journals. Proportionally, most space was dedicated to readership of children and youth (42 titles, which makes 17% of all analyzed publications), propagating readership (37 titles – 15%) and forms of work with the reader (36 titles – 14.6%). This may result from the necessity to undertake actions directed particularly at the youngest, who may still be won to be included in the group of actual readers. The suspicion that adult readers have been forgotten is confirmed by the negligible number of articles devoted particularly to them (merely 5 titles, which is 2% of all texts).

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czytelnictwo; Polska

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