Interpretacja dziedzictwa w XXI wieku: kreatywność, ko-kreacja i publiczny dyskurs w ekonomii doświadczeń

Marek Nowacki

Abstrakt


W artykule wykonano systematyczny przegląd literatury z ostatnich 30 lat w dziedzinie interpretacji dziedzictwa. Celem pracy jest zidentyfikowanie najważniejszych obszarów problemowych i kierunków rozwoju interpretacji dziedzictwa. Przeanalizowano 1878 pozycji literaturowych pobranych z ośmiu najważniejszych baz danych prac naukowych na świecie. Analiza miała charakter ilościowo-jakościowy. W celu ujawnienia głównych obszarów problemowych pojawiających się w literaturze, przeanalizowano związki pomiędzy słowami w abstraktach artykułów za pomocą sieci Kohonena, wykonując mapowanie treści. Następnie w efekcie analizy jakościowej zidentyfikowano siedem głównych kierunków rozwoju interpretacji dziedzictwa obecnych w badanych publikacjach: doświadczenia, ko-kreację, konstruktywizm, publiczny dyskurs, AR i VR, kreatywność i interpretację dziedzictwa cyfrowego.

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przegląd literatury; sieć Kohonena; analiza treści; analiza jakościowa

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