ŽIVALI, VAROVANO OBMOČJE IN REKREACIJA V NARAVNEM OKOLJU. TEORETSKE IN PRAKTIČNE VARIANTE S SAMOPREMISLEKOM
WILDLIFE, PROTECTED AREAS, AND RECREATION IN THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT: THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL VARIATIONS WITH SELF-REFLECTION

Miha Kozorog

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2015440105

Abstract

Avtor obravnava svoji, v soavtorstvu napisani besedili o rekreaciji na varovanem območju Triglavskega narodnega parka, da bi ponovno premislil odnose med človekom in prostoživečimi živalmi. Poudarja spoznanja o ekologiji odnosov in socialnosti živali ter zgodovinah sobivanja ljudi in živali. Sprašuje se tudi, kakšna je lahko vloga etnološkega/antropološkega pisanja v razmerah, ko organizacija znanstvenega dela ne dopušča poglabljanja in ne časa za premislek.

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The author discusses two articles that he coauthored on recreation in the protected area of Triglav National Park in order to reconsider the relationships between people and wildlife. He emphasizes the findings on the ecology of relationships and the social character of animals, and on the histories of human-animal coexistence. In addition, he asks what role ethnological or anthropological writing can play under conditions when the organization of scholarly work allows no in-depth considerations and time for reflection.

Keywords

rekreacija v naravnem okolju; odnosi med človekom in živaljo; varovano območje; Triglavski narodni park; akademsko delo // recreation in the natural environment; humananimal relationships; protected area; Triglav National Park; academic work

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