Profesinio tapatumo stiprinimo praktika: vilniečių profesinė diena

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Profesinio tapatumo stiprinimo praktika: vilniečių profesinė diena
Alternative Title:
Professional identity-building practice: a professional day in Vilnius
In the Journal:
Lituanistica. 2016, Nr. 2, p. 145-156
Reikšminiai žodžiai: Profesinė diena; Profesinis tapatumas; Modernios šventės struktūra; Modernios šventės data-idėja; Professional day; Professional identity; Date/idea of a modern festival; Structure of a modern festival.
Šventės. Atmintinos dienos / Festivals. Holy days; Kultūrinis identitetas / Cultural identitity.
Date/idea of a modern festival; Professional day; Professional identity; Structure of a modern festival.
Summary / Abstract:

LTRemiantis lauko tyrimais ir medijoje skelbtų reportažų analize, straipsnyje siekiama išnagrinėti profesinės dienos (šventės idėjos ir struktūros) poveikį profesinio tapatumo stiprinimui. Tyrimas rodo, jog standartizuotas šventimas, leidęs apimti platesnį profesijos narių ratą, šventę labiau užtvirtino, o dienos paminėjimas neformaliu lygmeniu, t. y. tarp bendradarbių ir ypač šeimos rate, užtikrino profesinės dienos gyvybingumą. Minėjimų datos stipriai susaistytos su ideologija, istorine atmintimi, tačiau tyrimas rodo, kad dabar dauguma vilniečių neakcentuoja, nežino ir visiškai nesidomi, kodėl buvo pasirinkta konkreti data profesinės dienos minėjimui. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe aim of the paper is to analyse the significance of the celebration of a professional day for the strengthening of professional identity. Comparing celebrations of professional days during the Soviet times and nowadays, we will have to deal with two tasks: first, to observe the gradual change of the official ritual, and maintaining of the special day through informal practices of the community. In order to check how important the official idea of the festival is to informal celebration, the second task must be addressed, i. e., whether the propaganda of the professional day helps to internalise and assimilate the idea of the special event. The research has been conducted by means of analysing the (Soviet and current) media coverage revealing the idea and process behind the official celebration of professional days. Material was collected from structured interviews which revealed the informal relationship of the residents of Vilnius with the festival discussed. Application of a unified structure of a modern festival to professional days enabled them to be visible in public, and to get established among co-workers. Their manifestation on the informal level, i. e., among colleagues, and especially in the family circle, indicates the validity of a professional day.When the dates of professional days were changed in independent Lithuania, the most popular festivals have been celebrated since. A failure to attend such celebrations is justified by hierarchical distancing, by poor relationships with co-workers, or by inability to identify with the title profession at workplace. It could be claimed that professional identity is being strengthened by internalising certain values: pride, honour, a sense of duty to the public, etc. As for the dates/ideas which are closely tied to the (political, confessional) ideology or historical memory, the respondents do not give them much prominence. Scholars note that people tend to forget the history of the origin of a festival [10, 98]. The invented new myths of the origin, which convey ideologies of the political elite, are usually insignificant to a participant. [From the publication]

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