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Etnografska analiza romarskega simbola Marije Pomagaj na Brezjah
Mulej, Lucija (Author)

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Abstract
V članku je podana etnografska analiza obiskovalcev romarskega središča Brezjena Slovenskem. Cilj analize je bilo sistematično opazovanje različnih tipov obiskovalcev in njihovega lingvističnega in paralingvističnega vedenja (čaščenja) do osrednjega romarskega simbola, kapelice Marije Pomagaj. Uporabljeni sta bili dve metodi, opazovanje z udeležbo in nestrukturirani intervjuji s 24 osebami. Glavnina opazovanja je bila izvedena v predbožičnem, božičnem (23. do 25. december 2002) in novoletnem času (1. in 2. januar 2003),kontrolna dneva pa sta bila 7. in 8. januar 2003. Iz opazovanja ter pogovorov je moč izluščiti več pravilnosti. Aktualnost Marije Pomagaj je relativno visoka v veh letnih časih, višja je poleti, ko se domačinom pridružijo tuji obiskovalci. Ločita se bolj družabni in bolj verski vidik vedenja obiskovalcev do simbolov čaščenja, glede stopnje zamaknjenosti, načinavstopanja in izstopanja v kapelico, vedenja pred kapelico in medsebojne komunikativnosti ljudi. Glede na ta merila (opazovanje) in glede na opravljenepogovore z ljudmi lahko ločimo štiri različne tipe obiskovalcev: mlade pare, starejše pare, starše z otroki in posameznike. Iz etnografsko pridobljenih ugotovitev lahko sklepamo, da se poleg tradicionalnih katoliških vrednot in motivacij med obiskovalci pojavljajo tudi bolj individualizirane oblike religijskega verovanja in čaščenja.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Slovenija, katoliška Cerkev, vera, ideologija, božje poti, romanja, Brezje (Radovljica), etnologija, antropologija, socialna psihologija
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2003
Number of pages:str. 105-117
Numbering:Letn. 19, št. 44
UDC:316.6:398
ISSN on article:0352-3608
COBISS.SI-ID:22696541 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Družboslovne razprave
Shortened title:Družbosl. razpr.
Publisher:Slovensko sociološko društvo, Fakulteta za družbene vede
ISSN:0352-3608
COBISS.SI-ID:7530242 This link opens in a new window

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Abstract:
The paper is an ethnographic case study of the visitors of the pilgrimage siteof Brezje in Slovenia. The aim of this analysis was a systematic observation of the visitors' linguistic and paralinguistic behaviour (Marian veneration) in the central shrine of pilgrimage, the chapel of Mary Our Help. Methods that were used in analysis were participant observation and unstructured interviews with 24 people. The core period of the observation waspre-Christmas and Christmas days (December 23rd till 25th 2002) as well as January 1st and 2nd 2003, setting January 7th and 8th as control days. The case study revealed several characteristic features. The relevance of the Marian devotion seems to be high all year round, increasing somewhat in the summer months when the local pilgrims are joined by foreign visitors. The observation of the visitors to the shrine, considering the level of their religious devotion, the way they entered and left the shrine, their behaviour in front of the church and the level of their sociability, revealed two distinct aspects: the religious and the social one. There seem to be four different types of visitors : young couples, elderly couples, parents with children and individuals. Judging by the findings it can be assumed that alongwith traditional Catholic values there seem to appear more individual forms of veneration as well.

Keywords:Slovenia, Catholic Church, faith, ideology, pilgrimages, ethnology, anthropology, social psychology

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