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dc.creatorViluckienė, Jolita
dc.date.accessioned2018-09-21T11:23:42Z-
dc.date.issued2014
dc.identifier.issn2029-5820
dc.identifier.urihttps://eltalpykla.vdu.lt/1/30950
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/30950-
dc.description.abstractThe article applies Alfred Schutz‘s sociological phenomenological perspective to explore how people in wheelchairs experience and interpret social interactions with non disabled people. Their personal narratives are based on the qualitative in-depth interviews. Sociological phenomenological analysis of these narratives disclose the a lack of intersubjective (mutual motivational) understanding which exists in social interactions of people with motor disability and other members of society. It arises from differently formed typifications and interpretational schemes, which are followed by members of these groups. The mentioned lack of understanding evidences by unrequested charity of passers-by for people sitting in a wheelchair, open display of compassion or its expression, bored staring at them and similar actions, which are undesirable by disabled. This shows that society is still not familiar with the social reality, lived by disabled persons. Due to this unfamiliarity during social interactions the disabled members of society are imposed with unequal relationships: they are stigmatized and classified as having a lower social status.Social and health care professionals also show their social power in relationship with disabled ones. In the primary health care institutions they are generally classified as “second-class” patients, who lack proper attention from professionals. These experiences, reflected by disabled people, show the existing trend of medical professionals to follow the biomedical and functionalist view towards a disabled person as towards an incurable patient and useless member of society. Although employees, providing social services for people with disability, or supervising professionals should be well aware of living specificity of people with motor disability, should be able to provide a competent support, however, in many cases the disabled ones argue that these professionals do not have the aforementioned characteristics, and the nature of social interaction with them is unacceptable.en_US
dc.description.abstractŠiame straipsnyje, pasitelkiant Alfredo Schützo sociologinį fenomenologinį žvilgsnį ir asmenines judėjimo negalią turinčių žmonių naracijas, atskleidžiama, kaip vežimėliu judantys asmenys išgyvena ir patys interpretuoja probleminius santykius su įgaliais visuomenės nariais. Pagrindinis veiksnys, sąlygojantis tarp jų egzistuojančią intersubjektyvaus supratimo stoką ir komunikacinius nesklandumus, yra skirtingos natūralaus pasaulio vaizdo ir interpretacijų sistemos, kuriomis vadovaujasi šių grupių nariai.lt_LT
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dc.relation.ispartofSocialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai, 2014, nr. 13(1), p. 33-53
dc.rightsSutarties data 2011-02-22, nr. A 1102, laisvai prieinamas internetelt_LT
dc.titleSocialinės sąveikos tarp judėjimo negalią turinčių ir neturinčių visuomenės narių ypatumailt_LT
dc.title.alternativeSocial interaction between the members of a society with or without a motor disability : sociological phenomenological perspectiveen_US
dc.typeStraipsnis / Article
dc.subject.udc364 Socialinė gerovė / Social welfare
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Appears in Collections:Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods 2014, nr. 13 (1)
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