Lietuvos gyventojų vietos savivoka: 1990–2017 m. Europos vertybių tyrimų duomenimis pagrįstos įžvalgos

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Lietuvos gyventojų vietos savivoka: 1990–2017 m. Europos vertybių tyrimų duomenimis pagrįstos įžvalgos
Alternative Title:
Links of self-perception of Lithuanians to place: insights based on the data of European values surveys (1990–2017)
In the Journal:
Filosofija. Sociologija [Philosophy. Sociology]. 2018, t. 29, Nr. 4, p. 262-275
Keywords:
LT
Vietos tapatybė; Sąsajos su reikšmingomis vietomis; Lokalumas; Globalumas; Eurointegracija.
EN
Place identity; Place attachment; Locality; Globality; Eurointegration.
Summary / Abstract:

LTŽmogaus tapatybė formuojasi nuo jo santykio su aplinka ne tik ją pažįstant, bet ir įprasminant, užmezgant su ja savęs suvokimui svarbų kognityvinį ir afektyvinį ryšį. Straipsnyje analizuojamas vienas iš vietos tapatybės reiškinio aspektų, savivokos sąsajų su tam tikromis reikšmingomis vietomis dinamika bei skirtumais įvairiose gyventojų grupėse. Tam pasitelkiami naujausi Europos vertybių tyrimo (EVS), Lietuvoje atlikto 2017 m. pabaigoje, bei ankstesnių šio longitudinio vertybių tyrimo bangų (atliktų 1990, 1999 ir 2008 m.) duomenys. [Iš leidinio]

ENWhat determines that we feel connected with certain places and attached to them, that we care for them and express warm feelings of belonging even when living far away from them for a long time? The answers to these questions inevitably lead to the fundamental issue of personal identity. The present article analyses one of the aspects of the place identity phenomenon, namely, the dynamics of the relationship of self-perception of Lithuanians with certain places. For this purpose, the latest data from the European Values Survey, completed at the end of 2017, and the data of previous waves of this survey are employed. They reveal that Lithuanians give priority to local areas (first of all, to their own city, to Lithuania, and somewhat less to their own region), meanwhile their identification with Europe and the whole world is not so strong. However, the empirical data confirm the theoretical assumption that local and global self-awareness cannot be opposed: the comparison of the strength of place identities in different socio-demographic groups and among respondents with different value orientations has shown that the boundaries of places important for a person’s self-awareness are intertwined in a very complex way. [From the publication]

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0235-7186; 2424-4546
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