Postsekularyzm w badaniach geograficznych

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Elżbieta Bilska-Wodecka

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Celem artykułu jest prezentacja stanu badań geograficznych prowadzonych w nurcie postsekularyzmu. Geografia zaliczana jest do grupy tych dyscyplin naukowych, które jako jedne z pierwszych włączyły się w postsekularny dyskurs, nawiązując w warstwie teoretycznej do myśli Jürgena Habermasa. Geografowie w swoich badaniach podkreślają, że pomimo obserwowanego stopniowego powrotu religii do przestrzeni publicznej sekularyzacja i desekularyzacja mogą występować jednocześnie. Geografia wzbogaca myśl postsekularną o analizę interakcji sekularyzmu i sakralności w przestrzeni. Ważnym tematem badań jest wpływ symboliki lub kodu kulturowego na wyrażenie religijnej tożsamości osób i miejsc, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem przestrzeni miejskiej. W badaniach geograficznych zwraca się też uwagę m.in. na kapitał duchowy człowieka (VBA) oraz działalność organizacji opartych na wierze (FBOs), których wolontariusze – o różnych tożsamościach religijnych – pracują na rzecz wykluczonych grup społecznych.

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Bilska-Wodecka, E. (2021). Postsekularyzm w badaniach geograficznych. Rozwój Regionalny I Polityka Regionalna, (54), 59–71. https://doi.org/10.14746/rrpr.2021.54.04
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