Priroda kao mesto: konstruisanje prirodnih područja u Uneskovoj listi svetske baštine

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priroda, prirodna područja, Unesko, kultura, životna sredina, antropologija prostora

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Ideja o fizičkom prostoru lišenom čovekovog uticaja, kao nečemu vrednom divljenja, leži u osnovi koncepta prirodnih područja. U ovom radu se bavim tezom da su Uneksovi prirodni pejzaži jednako društveno konstruisani (artefakti) kao i materijalno i nematerijalno kulturno nasleđe, kao i da proces zaštite remeti osnovnu premisu netaknutosti. Primenić u nekoliko analitičkih alata razvijenih tokom istorije discipline, koji se tiču antropologije mesta i prostora i antropologije životne sredine, na definicije i propise koje je Unesko kreirao u vezi sa prirodom i prirodnim lokalitetima. Cilj ovog istraživanja je da doprinese boljem razumevanju upotrebe pojma prirode u izgradnji univerzalnog sistema vrednosti i globalnih političkih implikacija takvih vrednosti.

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