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Literature

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 4: Quality Education

Description

Literature, most generically, is any body of written works. More restrictively, literature refers to writing considered to be an art form or any single writing deemed to have artistic or intellectual value, often due to deploying language in ways that differ from ordinary usage.

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Organizations relating to Literature

Association des doyens et présidents de lettres et sciences humaines
International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures / Est. 1928
Gospel Literature Worldwide
South Asian Literature Society
Europhysics Letters Association / Est. 1986
Adjudicating Committee for the Nordic Council's Literature Prize / Est. 1961
Cercle littéraire international
International Comparative Literature Association / Est. 1954
International Association of Sanskrit Studies / Est. 1972
Centre européen de traduction littéraire, Bruxelles
Lettres européennes
International Institute for Children's Literature and Reading Research / Est. 1965
International Deaf Cultural Arts and Humanities
Foundation of SAARC Writers and Literature / Est. 1975
French-Language Writers' Association / Est. 1926
European Academy of Arts / Est. 1979
Agreement Concerning Insured Letters and Boxes and Detailed Regulations / Est. 1969
International Youth Library / Est. 1948
International Association for Scandinavian Studies / Est. 1962
Research Institute for Independent Literature and Social Movement in Eastern Europe / Est. 1971
Institute of World Literature of the Slovak Academy of Sciences / Est. 1964
European Association for Digital Humanities / Est. 1973
Society of Romance Linguistics / Est. 1924
International Convention for the International Catalogue of Scientific Literature / Est. 1905
International College of Literary Translators / Est. 1987

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World Problems relating to Literature

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Immoral literature
Corrupting influence of fiction
Discriminatory language in the arts
Occult literature
Uneconomic publishing markets for minority languages
Misrepresentation in educational materials
Internet child pornography

Action Strategies relating to Literature

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing networked documentation services in social sciences
Maintaining library
Promoting study of social sciences
Producing christian literature
Using information technology in humanities
Surveying sanskrit literature
Disseminating theosophical literature
Devising attractive global literature
Reducing sexist literary language
Distributing Islamic literature
Teaching foreign languages
Teaching foreign languages and literature
Philosophizing
Stamping out immoral literature
Strengthening science and technology information capacity
Operating underground press

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