عنوان مقاله [English]
The main purpose of this research is to analyze the concept of subjectivity with a problematic approach and to examine its relationship with the critique and theory of child and adolescent literature. Consciousness and action considered as the main features of subjectivity. Thought and act consciously in dialogue with other, requires the assumption of two sides in this regard. I versus you. In interaction of these dualities, one dominates another, and this conquest occurs in a hidden way. Thus, while the consciousness of both sides, because of the accumulation and interaction of their consciousness together, improves, on the other hand, they find a constructed identity, and the weaker side is conquered by dominant discourse hegemony. so, defeated one does not actually think, but it is thought, however, he thinks he is free, he is only chooses among available options. The key concept in understanding of this relationship, is “intersubjectivity” which this paper use Bakhtin’s approach to this term. Intersubjectivity emphasizes the process of this relationship and suggests moving from being to existence in a “useful negotiation”. Attention to the concept of subjectivity and intersubjectivity, has been very challenging in recent years. Since no research has been found about these concepts in Iran, this article deals with it. The main question is how can we improve the relationship between dualities and achive to an intersubjective relationship? At the end, this article, attempt to analyze the duality of the writer and hero, and the process of intersubjectivity between them in Jamshid Khanian’s new book to illustrate the effectiveness of these discussions in the critique of children literature. It seems Khanian have been able to empower his subjects by consciousness and action to create reality within an intersubjective negotiation.