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HURYCH, Emanuel and Milena STRACHOVÁ. Authenticity in tourism: A practical issue coming from the ontological frame. In Ivica Linderová & Stanislava Pachrová. Topical Issues Of Tourism: “AUTHENTICITY IN THE CONTEXT OF TOURISM“. 1st ed. Jihlava: Vysoká škola polytechnická Jihlava, 2018. p. 125-133. ISBN 978-80-88064-36-7.
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Original name Authenticity in tourism: A practical issue coming from the ontological frame
Name in Czech Autenticita v cestovním ruchu: praktická otázka vycházející z ontologického rámce
Authors HURYCH, Emanuel (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution) and Milena STRACHOVÁ (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution).
Edition 1. vyd. Jihlava, Topical Issues Of Tourism: “AUTHENTICITY IN THE CONTEXT OF TOURISM“ p. 125-133, 9 pp. 2018.
Publisher Vysoká škola polytechnická Jihlava
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Original language English
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 60301 Philosophy, History and Philosophy of science and technology
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form electronic version available online
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14510/18:00104318
Organization unit Faculty of Sports Studies
ISBN 978-80-88064-36-7
UT WoS 000570144300013
Keywords (in Czech) autentický cestovní ruch; neautentické mody; fenomenologie; druhy motivace
Keywords in English authentic tourism; inauthentic modes; phenomenology; types of motivation
Tags International impact, Reviewed
Changed by Changed by: doc. Mgr. Milena Strachová, Ph.D., učo 98123. Changed: 5/11/2020 18:22.
The phenomenon of tourism presents a complicated construct. This fact can become clearer if we try to interconnect two distinctive topics – tourism and authenticity. The everyday meaning of authenticity is too reduced to be applied in a more sophisticated study. The philosophical approach presents authenticity as a more complex and complicated term, in the conception that has been followed within existentialism, phenomenology and fundamental ontology (especially by Martin Heidegger). This paper deals with the possibilities how to interconnect some very practical problems based on different forms of tourism with the ontological (and abstract) understanding of authenticity. The methodological instruments are argued in a form of categorization of motivation for traveling. Thus, the authentic and inauthentic modes of being can be examined via specific aspects of motivation. In conclusion, authenticity is presented as a concept which cannot deny its ontological sources, but it can be followed via specific examples put in the settings of tourism.
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