Nepotizmo vertinimo dichotomija : socialinės ir etinės dimensijos

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Nepotizmo vertinimo dichotomija : socialinės ir etinės dimensijos
Alternative Title:
Nepotism evaluation dichotomy : social and ethical dimensions
In the Journal:
Organizacijų vadyba: sisteminiai tyrimai [Management of Organizations: Systematic Research]. 2012, Nr. 64, p. 123-134
LDB Open.
Favoritizmas; Korupcija; Mobingas; Nepotizmas; Seksizmas
Favoritism; Corruption; Mobbing; Nepotism; Sexism
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nepotizmas analizuojamas kaip bendrai žmonių socialinius santykius lydintis reiškinys. Aptariama termino vartosena nacionaliniame kontekste – kaip vienas iš korupcinių santykių viešajame sektoriuje požymių. Formuluojama nuostata, kad nepotizmas pasireiškia tiek viešajame, tiek privačiajame sektoriuose, o jo pasekmės – panašiai žalingos. Nors pirminė nepotizmo termino reikšmė yra siejama su artimųjų, giminių įdarbinimu naudojantis tarnybine padėtimi, vartosenos ribos plečiasi ir apima žymiai platesnį kontekstą. [Iš leidinio]

ENIt is emphasized that nepotism in the culture of business organizations is not less widespread than in public sector. In business organizations there is no steady opinion on whether nepotism is a purely negative phenomenon when forming organization’s staff, efforts to find pragmatic, beneficial aspects for business organizations are made. Attention is paid to ethical evaluation dichotomy. Subject of the research: nepotism evaluation dichotomy. Aim of the research: to analyze nepotism evaluation dichotomy from social and ethical aspects. Lithuania focuses on the problems of nepotism in the public sector to examine the intensity of the phenomenon often in conjunction with a historical-systematic heritage. Less attention has ethical and economic aspects of the phenomenon in the private sector. Nepotism comes from social relations that have naturally formed in different groups, group collective selfdefense mechanism that encourages defending and protecting the interests of its representatives. Tribal, family, local criteria in modern societies are supplemented by many other criteria that are based on indirect monetary benefit exchange that allow forming a rather closed clan. When evaluating in the public context, nepotism ethically can be considered as a certain social dysfunction, discrimination. Nepotism is characteristic to many socio-cultures, although it manifests itself differently depending on the traditions and civil, moral maturity of the society. For this reason ethical dichotomy of nepotism evaluation is selective. Social nature of the phenomenon influences ethical evaluation, positive treatment of the phenomenon in business sector promotes social tolerance to nepotism in the public sector.When strengthening intervention to nepotic relations, significantly more attention should be paid to the analysis of the phenomenon in private sector, exploring not only ethical but also practical aspects of the impact on the organization’s climate and economic activity as well as losses of business companies executives’ education, emphasizing economic and moral business organizing. [From the publication]

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