Tapatumo paieškos ir ugdymas paradigminės dichotomijos konflikte

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Tapatumo paieškos ir ugdymas paradigminės dichotomijos konflikte
Alternative Title:
Identity retrieval and development in the conflict of paradigmatic dichotomy
In the Journal:
Pedagogika . 2019, 135, p. 85-101
Notes:
LDB Open.
Keywords:
LT
Tapatumas; Tapatybės ugdymas; Saviidentifikacija; Savastis
EN
Identity; Identity development; Self-identification; Self
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje aptariamas dichotominis požiūris į tapatybės sampratą bei jos ugdymo perspektyvas. Šis procesas nėra baigtinis, todėl tapatybės ugdymas gali kisti laike bei erdvėje, tampdamas (ne)sąmoninga veikla, apimančia socialines patirtis, realius ir idealizuotus lūkesčius, grindžiamus aš ir kito santykiu. Siekta išsiaiškinti, kaip kito požiūris į tapatybės ugdymą kelių paradigmų sankirtoje. Atlikta kokybinė turinio analizė atskleidė, kad nuomonių pliuralizmas įgalina ieškoti naujų atsakymų, padedančių individui ugdyti savąjį tapatumą ir tokiu būdu kurti santykį su savimi ir visuomene. [Iš leidinio]

ENThis article presents basic insights on the concept of identity unfolding the dichotomy of viewpoints on this social construct. The concept can be researched following logical, ontological, or epistemic perspectives. From the historic point of view identity retrieval was associated with the restructuration process of society that continued from the epochs of Renaissance and Enlightenment and has been emphasized in modern and postmodern changes. It should be noted that scientific debates highlight the dichotomy between two approaches to identity. The issue stands in regard to what degree and whether identities have been constructed by the individual who is independent to choose a set of identities (Kant) or the degree to which the identities have been determined culturally and individually (Hegel). The variety of notions has made a proposition that identity is interrelated with social interaction which highly influences individual’s conceptualization of selfness and otherness. Thus, the conclusion that identity is socially constructed can be drawn after thorough literature review. What is more, identity can be negotiated through interactions between individuals that result in identity change, determination, defense or maintenance. The multiplicity of scientific approaches to identity proves the importance and actuality of debates on identity issues involving different viewpoints and argumentation concerning issues in educational sciences. [From the publication]

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1392-0340, 2029-0551
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2020-07-28 20:31:07
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