Múzeumi látogatói élmény

Szerzők

  • Dorottya Bodnár Nemzeti Örökségvédelmi Fejlesztési Nonprofit Kft.
    Hungary

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14267/TURBULL.2019v19n3.5

Absztrakt

Jelen cikk részletes szakirodalmi áttekintést nyújt az új muzeológia paradigmájához vezető tren­dekről, a múzeumi látogatói élményről, valamint az interpretációt segítő módszerekről. A szerző az interpretációt segítő módszereket beilleszti PINE és GILMORE (1998) élménymodelljének múzeu­mi kontextusban továbbfejlesztett verziójába. Az eszképizmus dimenziójának részletes vizsgálata ugyancsak megtörténik annak változatos értelmezései alapján, valamint az edutainment gyakorla­ta is beillesztésre kerül a modellbe. A cikk előkészítésül szolgál a témában megvalósítandó primer kutatáshoz.

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Bodnár, D. (2019). Múzeumi látogatói élmény. Turizmus Bulletin, 19(3), 35–51. https://doi.org/10.14267/TURBULL.2019v19n3.5

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