Jan 20, 2022
In General Discussion
There are two questions that stand industry leads out in this study. The first seeks to know if the people interviewed had read at least one book during the previous year, that is, in 2018. In the group of individuals born between 1945 and 1974, more than 80% said industry leads yes, that they had read at least least one book in the previous year. But in the group of those born between 1995 and 2004, the percentage is only 58%. In that range, there was a sharp industry leads decline in the percentage of book readers between 1988 and 2018. The second question asked whether industry leads readers had read and allegedly bought 20 or more books in the previous year. In 2018, 15% said yes, when in 1973 the percentage was 28% and in 1988, 22%. If we follow this data, then, we can see a decrease in industry leads reading and buying books, forts lectors –those who buy and read a lot–, like, more globally, and for the youngest, with the abandonment of reading books. In these industry leads diagnoses it is, of course, the reading of books, and printed books. What happens in the digital industry leads world with what is written? In this world, reading is omnipresent, obsessive, necessary: readings of electronic exchanges, readings of social networks, readings in front of the screens of the time of the pandemic. How can we industry leads locate this situation in previous evolutions? In the same research already cited on the cultural practices of the French there is another very interesting fact: one in six affirms that their industry leads cultural life takes place entirely in the digital world, particularly through social networks, online videosor electronic games.