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Religioznost hodočasnika u Srbiji: Studija slučaja tri svetilišta

Milidrag, Predrag; Radisaljvević Ćiparizović, Dragana

(2012)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Radisaljvević Ćiparizović, Dragana
PY  - 2012
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1087
AB  - Pilgrimage is an ancient form of religious expression, inherent in almost every confession. 
Modern pilgrimage differs from past pilgrim travels in various attributes. Pilgrimages contribute 
to the tourism development because they affect interreligious and international communication. 
In the first place, significance and topicality of the subject is explained, and basic concepts 
are defined (pilgrimage, religious tourism, contemporary pilgrim). After that, a theoretical 
and methodological framework has been provided. Research relays to religious and ethical 
„mixed“ pilgrimages and also includes Orthodox chancels: St. Petka’s chapel in Kalemegdan 
and Madonna of Đunis monastery and catholic chancel Madonna of Tekije near Petrovaradin. 
These places are visited regardless of the visitor's faith. In depth interviews were conducted in 
2007 in Belgrade, and the sample consisted of 25 Orthodox and 25 Catholic interviewees. We 
were monitoring religiosity of pilgrims through time by using three categories: upbringing, 
conversion, and self-assessment of religiosity. Regarding the category of upbringing, three 
groups were identified: those with a traditional religious formation, an irreligious formation, and 
those from devotional families. According to the self-assessement of religiosity, the following 
typology was formed: assured and practical believer, missionary, and traditionalist. We noticed 
three straight lines in believers’ religious life: progression, stagnation and regression. The results 
of this exploration confirm that family influence on examinees’ religiosity is strong, but the key 
category for progression in their religious lives is conversion understood as a dynamic category.
T2  - Filozofija i društvo
T1  - Religioznost hodočasnika u Srbiji: Studija slučaja tri svetilišta
T1  - Religiosity of pilgrims in Serbia :  case study of three sanctuares
SP  - 53
EP  - 68
DO  - 10.2298/FID1201053R
ER  - 
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editor = "Milidrag, Predrag",
author = "Radisaljvević Ćiparizović, Dragana",
year = "2012",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1087",
abstract = "Pilgrimage is an ancient form of religious expression, inherent in almost every confession. 
Modern pilgrimage differs from past pilgrim travels in various attributes. Pilgrimages contribute 
to the tourism development because they affect interreligious and international communication. 
In the first place, significance and topicality of the subject is explained, and basic concepts 
are defined (pilgrimage, religious tourism, contemporary pilgrim). After that, a theoretical 
and methodological framework has been provided. Research relays to religious and ethical 
„mixed“ pilgrimages and also includes Orthodox chancels: St. Petka’s chapel in Kalemegdan 
and Madonna of Đunis monastery and catholic chancel Madonna of Tekije near Petrovaradin. 
These places are visited regardless of the visitor's faith. In depth interviews were conducted in 
2007 in Belgrade, and the sample consisted of 25 Orthodox and 25 Catholic interviewees. We 
were monitoring religiosity of pilgrims through time by using three categories: upbringing, 
conversion, and self-assessment of religiosity. Regarding the category of upbringing, three 
groups were identified: those with a traditional religious formation, an irreligious formation, and 
those from devotional families. According to the self-assessement of religiosity, the following 
typology was formed: assured and practical believer, missionary, and traditionalist. We noticed 
three straight lines in believers’ religious life: progression, stagnation and regression. The results 
of this exploration confirm that family influence on examinees’ religiosity is strong, but the key 
category for progression in their religious lives is conversion understood as a dynamic category.",
journal = "Filozofija i društvo",
title = "Religioznost hodočasnika u Srbiji: Studija slučaja tri svetilišta, Religiosity of pilgrims in Serbia :  case study of three sanctuares",
pages = "53-68",
doi = "10.2298/FID1201053R"
}