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dc.contributor.author张进福
dc.contributor.authorZHANG Jin-fu
dc.date.accessioned2015-12-01T07:50:44Z
dc.date.available2015-12-01T07:50:44Z
dc.date.issued2013-02
dc.identifier.citation厦门大学学报(哲学社会科学版), 2013, 215 (1):9-19zh_CN
dc.identifier.issn0438-0460
dc.identifier.urihttps://dspace.xmu.edu.cn/handle/2288/94087
dc.description张进福,厦门大学管理学院旅游系副教授,管理学博士zh_CN
dc.description.abstract【中文摘要】圣俗关系在社会整合中扮演着基础性作用,从圣俗二元分类探讨朝圣与旅游的关系, 有助于认识与解构当代社会。从概念界定人手比较朝圣与旅游的内涵可以发现,两者并非泾渭分明,而是存在诸多共性与相互联系。就内在根源而言,朝圣与旅游也难分圣俗,朝圣并非生而神圣,旅游也非一定世俗;“神圣”之朝圣蕴含着“世俗”成分,生而“世俗”之旅游也包括“神圣”内容 且表现出神圣性,两者共同构成移动世界的新隐喻。朝圣与旅游的传统概念界定,除表明双方与 宗教的关系差异以及宗教神性的最初区别外,并不足以在本质上区别两者的真正内涵与圣俗关 系。因此,有必要进一步探讨朝圣与旅游的圣俗内涵。 【Abstract】Sacred-profane relationship plays an important role in social integration, so comparative study on pilgrimage and tourism from the sacred-profane dichotomy can get insight into contemporary social structure. Based on a definition comparison, it can be seen that pilgrimage and tourism are not clearly different but tremendous similar. There is conversion and convergence between them. Innate sacred pilgrimage has inherent secularity and is utilitarian with secularization tendency, while born-secular tourism has sacred characteristics and sanctification inclination. The two have become new metaphors of the moving world. Except indicating the difference of original divinity and relationship with religion, traditional definitions of pilgrimage and tourism cannot distinguish their nature and sacred-profane relationship. Therefore, further study on sacred-profane characteristics of both pilgrimage and tourism is required.zh_CN
dc.description.sponsorship国家社会科学基金项目“旅游社会学基础理论研究”(12CSH057); 教育部人文社科基金项目“圣俗倒置、融合与信仰重构研究”(11YJC840068)zh_CN
dc.language.isozhzh_CN
dc.publisher厦门大学学报(哲学社会科学版)编辑部zh_CN
dc.subject朝圣zh_CN
dc.subjectpilgrimagezh_CN
dc.subject旅游zh_CN
dc.subjecttourismzh_CN
dc.subject神圣zh_CN
dc.subjectsacredzh_CN
dc.subject世俗zh_CN
dc.subjectprofanezh_CN
dc.subject比较研究zh_CN
dc.subjectcomparative studyzh_CN
dc.title神圣还是世俗——朝圣与旅游概念界定及比较zh_CN
dc.title.alternativeSacred or Profane: A Definition Comparison between Pilgrimage and Tourismzh_CN
dc.typeArticlezh_CN


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