research product . 2019

What would Venice be without Tourists?: To what extent could culture be performed in local-tourist interactions?

Edslev, Frederik Borring; Børglum, Hjalte Gutzon; Thiel, Nora Sophie; Pedersen, Emma Sonne Rønshof; Norén, Laura Bødker; Boye, Natasha Alexandria;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2019
  • Publisher: Roskilde Universitet
  • Country: Denmark
The main goal of the project will be to investigate to which extent ‘authentic’ culture is<br/>performed. The main theories used, in order to obtain an understanding of culture and<br/>perception, will be Bourdieu’s Habitus, Butler’s Performativity and Goffman’s Impression<br/>Management. The analysis will be structured around three different aspects: the object, the<br/>phenomenology and the discursive, connected by Brinkmann’s ontological triangle from The<br/>Epistemology of Working with Everyday Life Materials. The theories will be applied in order to<br/>analyze interactions made in Venice, by the group members, in order to determine to which<br/>extent the...
free text keywords: Culture, History, Venice, Tourism, Habitus, Performativity, Impression Management, Authenticity
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