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dc.contributor.authorLied, Sidsel
dc.contributor.authorStubø, Ingebjørg
dc.identifier.citationPrismet. 2016, 67(3), 139-153nb_NO
dc.descriptionDette er forlagets versjon av en artikkel publisert i Prismet. Lenke til tidsskriftets hjemmeside:
dc.description.abstractMany of the texts and drawings from spontaneous memorial places in the Oslo area in the days after the bombing of government buildings and the shooting and killing of young people on Utøya island on July 22nd 2011, are made by children.1 The main focus of this article is what values these memorial utterances show that children considered important and worth fighting for in the aftermath of this event. Love and togetherness, life and human worth were often in focus in these utterances – utterances that are closely related to central values in the objects clause («formålsparagrafen») of the Norwegian Education Act, such as love for one’s neighbour, respect for human worth, diversity and solidarity. But children’s memorial utterances also indicate that the very fight for these values sometimes puts the same values under pressure: in some texts and drawings the terrorist is dehumanised and deprived of his human worth. The article gives examples of and discusses these phenomena. The theoretical perspective used in the article is Gunther Kress and Theo van Leeuwen’s grammar of western visual design.nb_NO
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internasjonal*
dc.subject22. juli 2011nb_NO
dc.subjectbarns verdiernb_NO
dc.subjectnorsk skolenb_NO
dc.subjectvisuelle uttrykknb_NO
dc.titleVerdier i formålsparagraf og minnematerialet etter 22. juli 2011nb_NO
dc.typeJournal articlenb_NO
dc.typePeer reviewednb_NO
dc.subject.nsiVDP::Humaniora: 000::Teologi og religionsvitenskap: 150::Religionsvitenskap, religionshistorie: 153nb_NO

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