Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/41404
Type of publication: Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Sociologija / Sociology (S005)
Author(s): Tereškinas, Artūras
Title: Vyriškumas ir tėvystė : Lietuvos vyrų tėvystės atostogose atvejis
Other Title: Fatherhood and masculinity : the case of Lithuanian men on patenty leave
Is part of: Lyčių studijos ir tyrimai: teminis straipsnių rinkinys. [Nr.] 2. Šiauliai : Šiaulių knygrišykla, 2006
Extent: p. 90-96
Date: 2006
Keywords: Tėvystė;Tėvystės atostogos;Vyriškumas;Maskulinizmo studijos
ISBN: 998638690X
Abstract: Remiantis 2005 metų tyrimu, atliktu pagal Europos Komisijos projektą „Modernūs vyrai išsiplėtusioje Europoje: pažangių lyčių lygybės strategijų paieška“, straipsnyje analizuojamos Lietuvos vyrų tėvystės atostogose patirtis. Koncentruojantis ties tėvystės ir vyriškumo santykiu, mėginama atsakyti, kaip pakinta tėvų, globojančių vaikus, vyriška tapatybė ir kokias vyriškumo formas jie patys konstruoja. Straipsnyje aprašoma vaiko priežiūros atostogų teisinė padėtis ir statistiniai rodikliai, apibūdinami sociodemografiniai apklaustų vyrų bruožai bei pateikiama glausta maskulinizmo studijų perspektyva
The article examines how Lithuanian fathers construct their masculinity when they take on the role of primary caregiver for their children. Focusing on 15 fathers on paternity leave it attempts to answer the following questions: What changes do men and their masculinity experience when they temporarily leave the work and enter the home to assume child-caring responsibilities? How does the concept of care conform to masculine ideals? How do men include childcare in their construction of masculinity? Analysing the experience of fathers on paternity leave, it is possible to see that they describe a “hybrid“ model of fatherhood that combines the idea of a man as a breadwinner and the notion of a father actively participating in family life and childcare. Although in all interviews the breadwinning role is strongly emphasized and integrated into the perception of a good father, new features of a nurturing father allow the respondents to understand themselves as non-traditional or non-stereotypical men. The nurturing father and man are not an opposite of hegemonic conservative masculinity; it is rather a hybrid form of masculinity comprised of both a working and earning and a nurturing man. The interview with the fathers also revealed tensions and difficulties related to paternity leave and to the model of a nurturing father chosen by the respondents. First, the respondents described childcare during their paternity leave as a hard work that some of them would not want to repeat. Second, without feeling any threat to their masculinity, the respondents very frequently defined childcare as a female activity. In talking of fatherhood, they usually emphasized an „inborn“ connection of a child to a mother. It appears that on the discursive level, the traditional attitude towards childcare predominates
Internet: http://etalpykla.lituanistikadb.lt/fedora/get/LT-LDB-0001:J.04~2006~1367182417061/DS.002.0.01.ARTIC
http://etalpykla.lituanistikadb.lt/fedora/get/LT-LDB-0001:J.04~2006~1367182417061/DS.002.0.01.ARTIC
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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