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Title:»KO JAKOBOVA POT POKLIČE« – Sodobna romanja skozi motive in identifikacijske procese: primer slovenskih romarjev poti El Camino : primer slovenskih romarjev poti El Camino
Authors:ID Novak Svetič, Eva (Author)
ID Trdina, Andreja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Mlakar, Anja (Comentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Novak_Svetic_Eva_2023.pdf (1,35 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FT - Faculty of Tourism
Abstract:Zaključno delo se ukvarja z romarskim turizmom. Dosedanje študije, ki so se ukvarjale z izkušnjo romanja, so se ločeno in partikularno ukvarjale bodisi z motivi za odhod na romanja na eni strani ali s spoznanji in transformacijami po prehojeni poti na drugi. V nasprotju s tem in na primeru slovenskih romarjev poti El Camino poskušamo zaobjeti kompleksno realnost romanj ter osvetliti različne vidike romanja kot procesa skupaj z njegovo reprezentacijo v javnih diskurzih. Zaključno delo skozi kombinacijo dveh analiz – kritične diskurzivne analize medijskih reprezentacij romanj v avtobiografskih knjigah in analizo intervjujev s slovenskimi romarji – ponuja vpogled v diskurze, ki osmišljajo romanje, in subjektivne procese romarjev samih pred, med in po romanju. Ugotavljamo, da se romanje v analiziranih tekstih upodablja skozi številne diskurze: diskurz poklicanosti na pot, diskurz odpovedi drugim identitetam in spojitev s potjo, diskurz umika in refleksije, diskurz razmejevanja med pravimi in nepravimi romarji, diskurz osebne transformacije in diskurz poti kot nekaj nedokončanega. Prav tako med ugotovitvami izpostavljamo ključne elemente procesa separacije (fizično dokazovanje, soočanje s spremembami, iskanje odgovorov, prekinitev rutine), izkušnje poti (fizični napor, čustva, terapevtska hoja in odnos s soromarji) in transformacije ob vrnitvi domov (ojačano samozavedanje, sprememba prioritet in opolnomočenje), kot jih prepoznavajo slovenski romarji El Camina.
Keywords:romanje, romarski turizem, identifikacijski procesi, motivacija, Jakobova pot, El Camino
Place of publishing:Brežice
Place of performance:Brežice
Publisher:[E. Novak Svetič]
Year of publishing:2023
Number of pages:86 str.
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-86033 New window
UDC:338.48-6:2-57(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:180000259 New window
Publication date in DKUM:08.01.2024
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Licensing start date:28.09.2023

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Language:English
Title:»EL CAMINO CALLS« – Contemporary pilgrimages through motives and identity processes: the case of Slovenian pilgrims on the El Camino route : magistrsko delo
Abstract:The final work deals with pilgrimage tourism. Previous studies that have dealt with the experience of pilgrimage have separately and specifically dealt with the motives either for going on a pilgrimage on the one hand, or with insights and transformations following the journey on the other. In contrast to this, and using the example of Slovenian pilgrims on the El Camino route, we try to embrace the complex reality of pilgrimages and shed light on various aspects of pilgrimage as a process together with its representation in public discourses. The final work, through a combination of two analyses, a critical discursive analysis of media representations of pilgrimages in autobiographical books and an analysis of interviews with Slovenian pilgrims, offers an insight into the discourses that give meaning to the pilgrimage and the subjective processes of the pilgrims themselves before, during and after the pilgrimage. We find that the pilgrimage is depicted in the analyzed texts through many discourses: the discourse of being called to a journey, the discourse of renouncing other identities and merging with the journey, the discourse of withdrawal and reflection, the discourse of demarcation between true and false pilgrims, the discourse of personal transformation and the discourse of the journey as something unfinished. In the findings, we also identify key elements of the separation process (physical proof, facing changes, searching for answers, breaking the routine), experiences of the journey (physical effort, emotions, therapeutic walking and relationship with fellow travelers) and transformations upon returning home (increased self-awareness, change of priorities and empowerment).
Keywords:pilgrimage, identification processes, motivation, St. James Way, El Camino


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