NARAVNA IN KULTURNA DEDIŠČINA SKOZI PERSPEKTIVE OTROK
CHILDREN’S PERSPECTIVES ON NATURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE

Barbara Turk Niskač

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2013420207

Abstract

Raziskave, ki se ukvarjajo z dediščino kot družbenim konstruktom, se navadno osredinjajo le na odrasle, nas pa je zanimalo, kako otroci dojemajo naravno in kulturno dediščino v okolju, ki jih obdaja. Učence osnovne šole v Srednji vasi v Bohinju smo prosili, da fotografirajo svoje okolje. Ob fotografijah smo nato opravili pogovore, v katerih so otroci razložili, kaj so slikali. Zanimalo nas je predvsem, kako otroci razumejo dediščino ter katere pomene ji pripisujejo. Prispevek skuša iz otroške perspektive podati nekoliko drugačen pogled na razumevanje dediščine.

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Studies on heritage as a social construct usually focus on adults. However, I was interested in children’s perception of natural and cultural heritage in their local environment. I asked primary school children to take photographs of their surroundings; this was followed by interviews in which they explained what they captured. I was interested in how children perceive heritage and what meanings they attribute to it. This article sheds an alternative light on the understanding of heritage through children’s perspectives.

Keywords

antropologija otroštva; vizualna antropologija; naravna in kulturna dediščina // anthropology of childhood; visual anthropology; natural and cultural heritage

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