Etninės kultūros perdavimas : teorinis ir praktinis aspektas

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Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Etninės kultūros perdavimas: teorinis ir praktinis aspektas
Alternative Title:
Transmission of ethnic culture: theoretical and practical aspects
In the Journal:
Acta paedagogica Vilnensia. 2011, t. 26, p. 9-21
Kultūrinis perdavimas; Etninė kultūra; Tradicija.
Cultural transmission; Ethnic culture; Tradition.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje aptariami kultūrinio perdavimo, kaip ne tik antropologinio, bet ir edukologinio, konstrukto, modeliai. Remiantis empirinio tyrimo rezultatais, analizuojama pagrindinio kultūros perdavimo mechanizmo - tradicijos - situacija XXI a. Lietuvoje. Aptariami mokinių ir mokytojų, skirtingų kartų šeimos narių (vaikų, tėvų ir senelių) požiūriai į etninę kultūrą ir tradicijas. Siekiant atskleisti galimus skirtingų kartų prieštaravimus, į tradiciją žvelgiama per sava-svetima prizmę, šias kategorijas suvokiant ne tik erdvės, bet ir laiko kontekste. [Iš leidinio]

ENFollowing insights of representatives of various sciences (M. Mead; L. Cavalli-Sforza and M. Feldman, G. Trommsdorff, M. Lukšienė and others), the article discusses models for cultural transition, perceived not only as anthropological models but also as those of educational construct. Interdisciplinary approach allowed for a deeper penetration into links between education and culture and contributed to drawing up of guidelines for methodological empiric research. Following the results of the research "Identity, Cultural Transmission and National Education" conducted by a group of VU researchers in 2010, the article analyses the situation of the main mechanism of culture transmission, i.e., tradition, in Lithuania in the 21st century. Attitudes of school learners-teachers and members of family representing different generations (children-parents-grandparents) to ethnic culture and traditions are also discussed. It has been revealed that natural expression of traditions and customs has lost a broader communal component and is mainly linked with the family. It can be stated that the family is undoubtedly the main institution in children's education, which has the biggest influence on transfer of ethno-cultural values. The hypotheses that vertical transmission (children-parents-grandparents) yields the ground to horizontal (peers, environment) or oblique transmission (school, other institutions) and that technologies replace traditional authorities for the young generation change were negated: school learners in the survey perceive internet and other media only as more accessible and time-saving sources of information. [From the publication]

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