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Title:UČENCI IN BARVE
Authors:Vitrih, Igor (Author)
DUH, MATJAŽ (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomskem delu raziskujemo odnos učencev osnovne šole do barve. Zanima nas, kako vpliva barva na učence, kakšne lastnosti ji pripisujejo ter na kakšen način bi se učenci z barvami izrazili. Namen diplomskega dela je preverjanje teoretičnih izhodišč glede lastnosti barv in njihovega vpliva na konkretni populaciji osnovnošolcev. Vzorec v raziskavi predstavljajo učenci predmetne stopnje od 6. do 9. razreda. Rezultati raziskave kažejo, da učenci v večini primerov uporabljajo barve zavestno in z namenom. Ugotovili smo, da barve v veliki meri vplivajo na učence in to predvsem na pozitivna občutja in čustva. Pri spremljavi fiziološkega vpliva barv smo ugotovili, da le-tega učenci pripisujejo predvsem rdeči, modri in črni barvi. V zelo majhnem odstotku pripisujejo učenci pozitivna občutja in čustva nekromatičnim barvam. Večini barv pa učenci pripisujejo fiziološke in psihološke lastnosti, medtem ko je simbolnih označitev zelo malo. Le-te najdemo le pri črni in beli barvi. V raziskavi smo ugotovili, da sta učencem najljubši barvi modra in rdeča. Ta izbora sovpadata s teoretično razlago teh dveh barv, saj sta povezani z izražanjem sreče. V raziskavi smo potrdili pričakovano konotativno vrednost črne barve, saj so jo učenci v visokem odstotku označili za barvo, ki izraža žalost. Rezultati raziskave so pokazali, da starost učencev ne vpliva na zavedanje barv, medtem ko spol vpliva. Zavedanje in doživljanje barv je pri dekletih večje kot pri dečkih. V raziskavi se je potrdila tudi predpostavka o stereotipnih barvah glede na spol in o povezanosti najljubše barve z izražanjem veselja.
Keywords:likovna vzgoja, predmetna stopnja, fiziologija barve, barvna simbolika
Year of publishing:2009
Publisher:[I. Vitrih]
Source:Maribor
UDC:73/76(043.2)
COBISS_ID:16847368 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:TLKMV9LU
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Language:English
Title:STUDENTS AND COLOURS
Abstract:In this diploma thesis the attitude of primary school students towards colours is discussed. The areas of interest include the following: what effects colours have on students, what characteristics are attributed to a particular colour, and how students express themselves with the help of colours. The objective of the diploma thesis was to verify the theoretical starting points of colour characteristics, as well as to determine their effects on the concrete population of primary school students. The research was conducted among students in the upper primary school level, ranging from 6th to 9th grade. The results of the study show that students mostly use colours consciously and purposively. It has been determined that colours greatly affect the students, especially their positive feelings and emotions. By monitoring the physiological effect of colours, it was established that students attribute such an effect above all to the colours red, blue and black. A low percentage of students attribute positive feelings and emotions to achromatic colours. It is primarily physiological and psychological characteristics that are attributed, whereas symbolic characterization is rare; it can only be found for the colours black and white. The research showed that blue and red are the students’ favourite colours. These choices coincide with the theoretical explanation; they are associated with expressions of happiness. The anticipated connotative value of the colour black was confirmed; a high percentage of students consider it a colour expressing sadness. The results of the research show that age does not play a role in colour consciousness, whereas gender does. Colour consciousness and colour experience are higher in girls than in boys. The presumption about gender-connected stereotypical colours was also confirmed, as well as the connection between one's favourite colour and expression of happiness.
Keywords:art education, upper primary school level, colour physiology, colour symbolism.


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