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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Malinauskienė, Daiva;Juodaitytė, Audronė
Title: Tyrėjas vaikystės tyrimuose: pažiūros, įsitikinimai, jų raiška ir kaita
Other Title: Researcher in childhood research: attitudes, beliefs, their manifestation and change
Is part of: Pedagogika, 2019, t. 136, nr. 4, p. 5-16
Date: 2019
Keywords: Vaikystės tyrimai;Tyrėjo pažiūros;Įsitikinimai;Childhood research;Researcher‘s attitudes;Beliefs
Abstract: Straipsnyje atskleidžiamas vaikystės tyrimų, kaip tarpdisciplininių, išskirtinumas. Apibūdinamas tyrėjo vaidmens ypatingumas. Atskleidžiama, kaip nuo jo požiūrio raiškos į vaikystę, vaiką, suaugusiuosius priklauso vaikų, kaip tyrimo dalyvių, vaidmuo. Nurodoma, kokiomis pažiūromis yra grindžiami tyrimai iš vaiko ar suaugusiojo perspektyvos, kaip šiuose tyrimuose reiškiasi požiūris į jų patirties patikimumą, išklausant vaiko balsą. Atskleidžiamas vaikystės tyrimų reikšmingumas tyrėjo pažiūrų, įsitikinimų kaitai.
Modern childhood research is more and more positioned towards the child, his/her abilities to perceive himself/herself and the world. In this case, the child becomes the subject of the research who has his/her own “voice”. It is characteristic of the research when it is conducted in the interaction of childhood sociology and historical and cultural psychology. In such research, the introduction of the adult filter becomes especially complicated, because they are children, not adults, who represent their own world of childhood. It is attempted to start the research from the analysis of a particular child and his/her situation of being in the present. Thus the child’s changed status and his/her new social roles are acknowledged. Researchers think that children have their opinion on all the issues of life: educational, cultural, political, economical ones, etc. Involving children in the research, it is suggested that they need to be interviewed individually and information need to be collected, focusing on the fact that the information might be important not only to children but also to adults. Information also helps the researcher himself/herself better understand the modern world of childhood and the child. Adults are only involved in the research when it is attempted to find out the links by which they are related to children and the role they perform in their life.
Appears in Collections:Pedagogika / Pedagogy 2019 t. 136, nr. 4

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