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dc.contributor.authorVosyliūtė, Anelė
dc.date.accessioned2015-01-16T07:32:20Z
dc.date.available2015-01-16T07:32:20Z
dc.identifier.urihttps://www3.mruni.eu/ojs/social-work/article/view/2117/1924
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.mruni.eu/handle/007/13089
dc.description.abstractThe article represents problems related to the different issues of the life of the poor. The authoress reveals the features of vagabond subculture, the situation of the beggars and poor in the traditional Lithuanian culture and in the modern social structure, their relations with more succesfull strata of society. In the research some scientific approaches are outlined: interpretation, phenomenological, existential, the concept of subjectivity. Some features of poor people's life condition (food, shelter), their identification with different places are investigated. The space is always socially reconstructed; as D. Massey noted, places have multiple identities. The poor people are connected with places physically or in memory and imagination. Places are constructed out of a particular constellation of relations articulated together at a particular locus, particular interactions and mutual articulations of social relations, social processes, experiences and unterstandings. Many of poor people are homeless; the home as a site of everyday, 'magical' and tactile resource for the making of identity for them is not existing. Their small communities use to construct some social networks, which help to cope with their troublesome social practices. The consumption of poor is very bad; they speak of being hungry, weak, sick, exhausted, in pain or mentally distressed. Many women life stories are related with consumption events, specially with the consumption of alcohol of their husbands and sons. Mental health problems - stress, anxiety, depression, lack of self-esteem - are among the more commonly identified effects of poverty and illbeing by poor. Because they are ,,others-, they are feeling distinct from the normal society; their self-definition is grounded on their conduct, individual experience as 'bomzcf, unlucky, miserable, victim, unfortunate. Some time they are associated with aggresivness and violence. The author is analysing the philosophical understanding of poverty by A. Maceina, the attitude to the poor people as immoral by Ortega I Gaset. From the other side, in the mode of life of marginal people our society can see their endeavour to be free, the will to live self-sustaining. Marginal peoples keep themselves at some distance from society; most of them are in a conflict with society and their family members. After the social and economic changes of postsocialistic society they are in social exclusion, unable to adapt to new social situation. Their social world and individual self-images are submitted for consideration; they are missing material resources for subsistence, are unemployed and dossers or homeless. In the consciousness of marginal people such a feeling as learned helplessness is seatled; their communication is not intensive, their life is similar to isolation. They are living on charity, which (f. e. poorhouses) is the characteristic tradition in the country since the year dot. The poor are as collectors of food and things from the rubbish heap and dustbins in the town. So the marginals are participating in the creation for the market of the second-hand things and clothing.en
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dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.titleVargetos: ieškant gyvenimo sąlygų ir savęsen
dc.title.alternativeSearching for life conditions and selfen
dc.typeArticleen
dc.description.abstract-ltRemdamasi stratifikacijos Koncepcija, išskiriančia posocialistinėje visuomenėje įvairius socialinius sluoksnius, straipsnio autore siekia atskleisti vieno iš jų - šiuolaikinių skurstančiųjų (vargetų) vietą socialinėje struktūroje, nagrinėti jų ryšių su kitais sluoksniais ypatumus, empirines jų kasdienybės išraiškas, labdaros reikšmę. Darbe gilinamasi į egzistencinę ir fenomenologinę vargetų sampratą. Straipsnyje remiamasi Socialinių tyrimų institute 2003-2004 m. atlikto vargetų sluoksnio (233 didelių miestų, miestelių ir kaimų gyventojų) ir 2005 m. reprezentacinės (1495 respondentai) apklausų duomenimis, taip pat autorės surinktų marginalų gyvenimo istorijų fragmentų analize bei įžvalgomis.en
dc.identifier.aleph000004996en
dc.publication.sourceSocialinis darbas, 2005, Nr. 4(2)en
dc.subject.facultyKitasen
dc.subject.keywordMarginalizacijaen
dc.subject.keywordEgzistencijaen
dc.subject.keywordParamos formosen
dc.subject.keywordGyvenimo istorijų metodasen
dc.subject.keywordMarginalizationen
dc.subject.keywordExistencial concepten
dc.subject.keywordForms of charityen
dc.subject.keywordMethod of life historiesen
dc.subject.publicationtypeS5en
dc.subject.sciencedirection06S - Psichologijaen


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