Profesinės šventės tyrimų ir medijų lauke

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Profesinės šventės tyrimų ir medijų lauke
Alternative Title:
Professional day celebration in the field of research and media
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Lietuvių katalikų mokslo akademijos metraštis [LKMA metraštis]. 2014, t. 38, p. 231-243
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ENThis article seeks to determine the delivery of professional day celebrations in historiography, the media and the guidelines of field trials conducted in 2013 in Vilnius. The objectives: to analyze the place of professional day celebrations copying the identity of the profession in official organizational culture and how it is celebrated/mentioned by Vilnius residents. This study reviewed articles, issued in the Internet, and the bibliography of professional day celebrations, the conducted observation of festivals and conducted target interviews. In the literature about professions, especially in the United States, professional day celebrations are rarely mentioned as one of the means for vocational identity or direct stimulus of concentration. They occur in researching the professions of post-S oviet countries, more accurately, their subculture and the calendar of Soviet holidays. This is probably related to differences in the management of occupations in Soviet countries and the United States. In Soviet times all professions were regulated by the state apparatus, while in the United States they were formed independently and were regulated by the formed professional associations. It should be noted that in Russia professional holidays are popular, included in the tradition of informal cultural – the research of Tatyana Shchepanskaya shows this. In the media we can find announcements about the intention to celebrate some professional holiday and the call for participation in them, as well as reports on previous professional day celebrations. There is less encyclopedic information, where, among other celebrations the professional days are also briefly presented. According to the popularity of the information links in the media, the most often mentioned days are of the Police (Guardian Angels), Day of Saint Florian, the patron saint of firefighters, Lithuanian Armed Forces Day, World Teachers Day, Medical Professionals Day.In the periodic press publications of a special purpose, the greater part of which were regional, the most attention was devoted while in the internet space – both web pages aimed at a wide circle of readers and the specialized ones had a similar volume. The prevalence of reportages genre in these information currents reveals and secures official administrative policies, helps to create representations of the profession. In some of them certain issues relevant to the investigations of festivals become clear: the importance of the choice of the date to mark the Day of the profession, and the declaration of the ties of the profession and society. However, it is too early to talk about a possibly appearing dispute (for example, the expediency of mapping the holidays with the day of the patron). The ethnographic study confirmed the hypothesis that these celebrations, on the occasion of statutory professional days, do not increase the social integration of the members of the profession in a broad sense (between separate posts), but encourage diversification. [From the publication]

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1392-0502
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