عنوان مقاله [English]
Purpose: The main aim of this research is to investigate situation of the jobs in children and young adults’ social stories and social science books during 1380 to 1390.
Methodology: Determination of statistical population is based on:
1- Social story books that are extracted from intellectual center for children and young adults reference library.
2- Social science books that are extracted from children's book council bibliography.
The number of social story books are 219 and the number of social science books are 359.Based on Morgan table, 140 social story books and 186 social science books were inspected through descriptive content analysis.
For analyzing data, The standard International classification of occupations (ISCO) was used. Resulted Jobs of researched books were classified according to ISCO.
Findings: Final results show that in social story books, “expert” group with 38.9 percent had maximum frequency and “personnel of office affairs” group with 4.1 percent has minimum frequency. Also in social science books, “expert” group with 48.2 percent had maximum frequency and “personnel of office affairs” and “simple workers” groups with 2.1 percent had minimum frequency. (Armed forces group statistic is zero in all tables.)
Conclusion: This research shows that in the studied books, all of jobs have not been introduced. More attention on expert groups in the studied books has more frequency and for the same jobs higher education is needed.