On August 24, 2012, the Cordoba government made a quiz about, how much the teenagers read per a year? The results of this were not so bad. The quiz also revealed other data regarding thematic modules. They asked teenagers about their relationship with the books and the answer was not very encouraging.
From the Cordoba Youth Secretary, it was said that the 70% read. The 44% manifest reading between one and three books per year, and a 27% trust reading more than 3 books per year. In the “reading categories”, the girls go forward from the boys. They read much more than them.
Beside, Argentina is located in the 17 position of the country’s that most read, with a weekly average of 5.9 hours, which positions is on the top of the list in Latin America. But India tops the ranking with 10.7 hours per week. This data comes from the survey and markets media agency NOP World, which established a readers top 20 nations, comprising Thailand, China, Philippines, Egypt, Czech Republic, Russia, Sweden, France, Hungary, Saudi Arabia, Poland , Venezuela, South Africa, Australia, Indonesia, Turkey, Spain and Canada.
According to NOP World, Argentina has 42,610,981 inhabitants who work 5.9 hours to read, its population 15 to 54 years formed 54.6 percent of the total population. In a similar survey which established the 20 countries most "addicted" to internet without working, the agency revealed that Argentina ranks number 15 with 13.694 million network users spend 8.9 hours to navigate.
Actually, More than 12,000 families have committed Cordoba in an educational project to promote reading of their sons and daughters in through new initiative that develops in 167 schools in the province. The purpose of this activity is to encourage students reader dwell beyond the scope participate to school by parents.