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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Sociologija / Sociology (S005)
Author(s): Lavrinovič, Emilija
Title: Kitataučių adaptacijos lietuvių mokyklose sociokultūrinės determinacijos analize (Trakų raj. atvejis)
Other Title: Foreigners at Lithuanian schools
Extent: 63 p.
Date: 28-May-2005
Keywords: kitataučių adaptacijos lietuvių mokyklose;foreigners;adaptation
Abstract: A lot of national, ideological, religious and ethnical stereotypes found place in people’s minds after the last allotment of Europe at the end of the World War II. Cultural relationship has also become politicised thanks to cultural diplomacy. The problematic of the research is the fact of adaptation of people belonging to another nation. The object of the research is foreigners at Lithuanian schools. The theoretical part of the analysis concentrates on defining the ethnical stereotypes, stereotypisation, classifying the researches of stereotypisation and points of view towards formation of stereotypes, their functions, definition of ethnics and adaptation, conception of adaptation in theoretical constructions, social adaptation as a separate phase in socialisation, social adaptation as adjustment of an individual to circumstances, peculiarities of pupils’ adaptation. The second part deals with such questions as the possibilities for people belonging to another nation to study at Lithuanian school, communication, level of socialisation while applying for higher education, the role of nationality in the common process of communication, the level of national, religious and ethnic knowledge, understanding of national mentality in the context of Lithuanian culture. “Multilinguistic” communication every day is a specific feature and one of the most important factors of sociocultural integration. Despite the fact that most respondents are positive about the need to support the culture of their own nation, it is not the most essential feature in the process of formation of a personality. Sociocultural integration of pupils of different nationalities at school involved in the research could be evaluated as the one of high level, though it should be mentioned about the levelling of their own ethnic traditions and valuable orientations. The hypothesis of the research has been proved in the way that there is a tendency for ethnic features of people belonging to other nations to vanish and that the living place is a determinant for the sociocultural adaptation of pupils.
Affiliation(s): Švietimo akademija
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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