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  • The Expression of Christian Values at Music Lessons: the Analysis of
           Textbooks of 1–4 Grades

    • Authors: Klaidas Kauneckas
      Pages: 8 - 14
      Abstract: The article examines primary school textbooks by different authors, using the content analysis method. The goal was to reveal how often and in what way the Christian values are cultivated through the content of the music education. The results of the examination revealed that in a music textbook “Vieversys” the most attention is given to the folklore, secularism and culture; the textbook “Lakstute” gives an opportunity to the teacher to emphasize Christian values by accentuating topics of Christmas and Easter. The textbooks “Mano Muzika” focus not only on cherishing nationality, expressing knowledge of music from different nations, but also present Christian celebrations in detail.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.15388/JMD.2022.14
      Issue No: Vol. 52, No. 1 (2022)
  • The Influence of Manager’s Trustworthiness on Subordinate’s
           Trust in the Manager

    • Authors: Vaida Kameneckienė
      Pages: 15 - 25
      Abstract: Trust in the organization makes the leadership for the manager easier, contributes to the achievement of the goals. Real and sustainable trust determines the reliability of the entire organization and supports the corporate reputation. A person’s trust in another person eventually leads to the trust of the entire system. Behaviour is a significant determinant of organizational trust. The strongest relationship is between the trustworthiness of the manager and the trust of the subordinate. However, previous studies lack the dimensions of trust. Therefore, in this study, research on the influence of the trustworthiness of the manager on the trust of the subordinate in the manager includes dimensions of each key concept. The purpose of the study is to determine the influence of the trustworthiness of the manager on the subordinate’s trust in the manager. A theoretical model as a background of the research is presented. It is composed of five dimensions of the trustworthiness of the manager, that is, consistency of manager behaviour, integrity of behaviour, sharing of control, and communication and demonstration of concern, and their influence on the general trust, as well as cognitive and emotional trust of subordinates in the manager. The results of the regression analysis have revealed that the greatest positive influence on the subordinate’s trust in the manager is the manager’s demonstration of concern, but this influence is greater on emotional trust than on cognitive trust. The integrity of the leader’s behaviour also has a positive effect on general and both cognitive and emotional trust of the subordinate in the leader. Additionally, consistency of behaviour, communication, and sharing of control contribute to the accuracy of predicting trust, but the influence of each of these dimensions of the trustworthiness separately is not significant. The results of the study have also shown that the trust of the subordinate increases with the increase in the ratio of the seniority of the subordinate compared to the seniority of the manager. In addition, emotional trust is higher in smaller organizations, while general trust and cognitive trust increase with subordinate age.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.15388/JMD.2022.13
      Issue No: Vol. 52, No. 1 (2022)
  • Ensuring Early Childhood Children’s Right to a Safe and Healthy
           Family Life

    • Authors: Lijana Lebedzinskiene, Ieva Bilbokaitė-Skiauterienė
      Pages: 26 - 36
      Abstract: The theoretical insights into the problem under analysis allow us to state that, in the context of constant changes in social life, people’s thinking and habits as well as the problem of protecting children’s rights in the family remain topical and in need of further research. It is therefore appropriate to explore in more depth how parents perceive their responsibilities and opportunities in guaranteeing the right of the early child to grow up healthy and safe, what problems they face and how they deal with them. The aim of the study is to reveal parents’ views on the right of the early years’ child to a safe and healthy family life. The study is based on the following conceptual frameworks: the Social Construction of Reality Theory (Berger, Luckmann, 1999) and the Child-Centred Educational Paradigm (Dewey, 1961; Juodaitytė, 2003; Monkevičienė, 2008). The qualitative approach was used in the study, the choice of which was determined by the specificity of the analyzed problem and personal preference for qualitative research. The following research methods were employed: the analysis of scientific literature, normative documents containing information about the research object; semi-standardized interview. The content analysis method was used to analyse the research data. Seven parents of early childhood children participated in the study. On the basis of the theoretical insights and the results of the qualitative research, it can be concluded that the parents who participated in the study are aware of their responsibility and potential in ensuring the child’s right to grow up healthy and safe, and they understand the significance of this right for the child’s personality. The results obtained provide an opportunity for further analysis of the right of the early childhood child to grow up healthy and safe, and to gain insight into the parents’ experiences in this aspect. Parents aim to raise their children’s awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle, proper nutrition, physical activity, participation in their children’s lives, creating a sense of security and ensuring a supportive home environment.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.15388/JMD.2022.15
      Issue No: Vol. 52, No. 1 (2022)
  • The Evolution of the Vibraphone in the Development of Musical Styles

    • Authors: Marius Šinkūnas
      Pages: 37 - 46
      Abstract: The paper analyses the evolution of the vibraphone in the development of musical styles. The vibraphone is recently built instrument in comparison to other percussion instruments. Its original version was built just over 100 years ago – in 1916. Although the evolution of the vibraphone is not a new subject of research in foreign literature, it is usually examined in the context of jazz performers. There are fewer works that discuss the evolution of the vibraphone in the development of various musical styles, and there are none that mention the Baltic countries, specifically Lithuania. During the research, the methods of analysis, synthesis and generalization of scientific literature and repertoires were used. The analysis of scientific literature showed that since 1921, when the vibraphone was presented at the World Instrument Exhibition in the United States, the performance style of this musical instrument has changed significantly, both in terms of timbre and technique. In the modern world of music, the vibraphone is used not only for melodic lines, but also for accompaniment, counterpoint, rhythm and harmony, damping, sound suppression and complex pedaling. This is a modern school of vibraphone performance. Unfortunately, due to historical and political circumstances in Lithuania, the vibraphone has not become a part of the music culture and is still considered a niche instrument.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.15388/JMD.2022.16
      Issue No: Vol. 52, No. 1 (2022)
  • The Investigation of the Discrete Universality of L-Functions of Elliptic

    • Authors: Samanta Zakaitė, Antanas Garbaliauskas
      Pages: 47 - 56
      Abstract: In the paper, we prove the discrete universality theorem in the sense of the weak convergence of probability measures in the space of analytic functions for the L-functions of elliptic curves. We consider an approximation of analytic functions by translations LE (s+imh) , where h > 0 is a fixed number, the translations of the imaginary part of the complex variable take values from some discrete set such as arithmetical progression. We suppose that the number h > 0 is chosen so that exp{2πk/h } is an rational number for some non-zero integer. The proof of discrete universality of the derivatives of L-functions of elliptic curves is based on a limit theorem in the sense of weak convergence of probability measures in the space of analytic functions.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.15388/JMD.2022.12
      Issue No: Vol. 52, No. 1 (2022)
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