Čerbauskaitė, Jurgita - Magistro baigiamojo darbo autorius
Grigas, Romualdas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos pirmininkas
Nevedomskienė, Danutė Valerija - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo posėdžio sekretorius
Bagdanavičius, Juozas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Pruskus, Valdas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Senkus, Vladas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Tamošiūnas, Tadas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Lukoševičius, Vytautas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo recenzentas
Bagdanavičius, Juozas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo recenzentas
Bagdanavičius, Prof. Juozas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vadovas
Vilniaus pedagoginis universitetas - Mokslinį laipsnį teikianti institucija
During last ten years, lithuanian social – economical life have been changed.
Rapid changes have been manifested through rapid broad – scale demographic reconstruction. In Lithuania the most outstanding features of the demographic changes of the period are: a rapid large – scale decrease of fertility, a rate of mortality, especially for males. Radically changed patterns of migration – the flows, amounts, and even types of migration become different. Decreasing number of marriages or postponement or renouncement of marriage rouse great concern. The reasons of these situations are economic ( difficulty in finding a job, acquiring a dwelling, low income ) and value changes ( the diminishing value of marriage, the increasing desire for independence and autonomy among young people, refusal to accept responsibilities, unmarried cohabitation has become more acceptable ). Regardless of the overall conservative attitude of the society, the modren family is gaining strength: not only are new features of the family becoming more universal, but they are being tolerated to a higher degree or even gaining approval. In Lithuania ongoing fundamental changes in the family. Besides, the clearly expressed move towards more liberal evaluations exhibited by the yonger generations varies quite significantly, depending on different family changes. Features of family changes such as the growing number of single people, of children raised in one – parent families, and of divorces and the decline of fertility are given a rather unfavourable evalution both by the older and the younger generations, and the differences in evalution among the generations are not important. It can be seen that attitudes towards the modernising family are still rather inconsistent: the attitudes towards the preservation of the traditional family are still alive, even though the modern family is gaining strenght.
In Lithuania today, social value orientations, as well as the priorities of life have been changing noticeably, and new behaviour patterns are shaping. People are under the influence of western ideas about life and interpersonal relations, and this is manifested through the growing individual responsibility for one‘s own achievements, the broadening freedom of personal choice, and the increasing tolerance for the variety of lifestyles.
All changes during last ten yars, show, that Lithuanian economic and social vitality changed to better side, but high level of unemoloyment still exist.
It is not allowed to forget that the public costs of the unemployment are very high, and that the unemployment today results in growing social problems tomorrow. The research showed that unemployment in separate groups started to form earlier than the person was registered at the labour exchange; and the instant social interventions do not solve the problems – they only mitigate them. A flexible complex system for preventing the unemployment is necessary that started at school of general education and ended in tax privileges for employers.
Raktažodžiai: Family, unemployed, poverty, employment, employment level;