IN SEARCH OF LOST VOLUNTEERING
ISKANJE IZGUBLJENEGA PROSTOVOLJENJA

Dan Podjed

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2014430301

Abstract

The different approaches presented in this thematic section of Traditiones help broaden the concept of volunteerism, but also establish and reinforce its importance, which enables us to expand the limits of the social world that we live in, and increase the cognitive range of people in communities that strive to understand why individuals, as well as organisations and informal communities at home and abroad, do something that seemingly does not benefit them.

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Raznoliki pogledi v tematskem bloku Traditiones prispevajo po eni strani k širitvi pojma prostovoljstvo, po drugi strani pa k njegovemu uveljavljanju in utrjevanju. Na ta način se širijo tudi meje družbenega sveta, v katerem živimo, in kognitivni domet ljudi v skupnostih, ki skušajo razumeti, zakaj posamezniki, pa tudi organizacije in neformalne skupnosti doma in na tujem, počnejo nekaj, od česar vsaj navidez nimajo koristi.

Keywords

volunteer; altruism; mutuality; solidarity; egoism; giving // prostovoljec; altruizem; vzajemnost; solidarnost; egoizem; dajanje

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