Trasladar la mirada del turista: del patrimonio cultural al encuentro auténtico

  • David Katan
Palabras clave: patrimonio, turismo, cultura, comunicación intercultural, traducción, Euro-Mediterráneo

Resumen

Este artículo se focaliza en dos áreas principales. La primera se ocupa de analizar los distintos aspectos del patrimonio, del turismo cultural y del encuentro con otras culturas, en la perspectiva de la mirada ‘cultural’ del turista, que elabora un modelo simplificado y distorsionado del ‘otro’. El modelo perceptivo es la cultura misma, que a continuación se estudia en tres diferentes niveles: el patrimonio; los usos y tradiciones de un pueblo; y, finalmente, el sistema de valores y creencias interiorizadas que conforman la representación de la realidad. En segundo lugar, el trabajo se centra en la tra- ducción y en la interpretación en la perspectiva del ‘otro’, poniendo de relieve la escasa atención generalmente reservada a las competencias lingüísticas y culturales del traductor, y los problemas que plantea la mediación entre distintas culturas y miradas.

Biografía del autor/a

David Katan

Università del Salento, Lecce (Italia)

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Publicado
2012-07-16
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Katan, D. (2012). Trasladar la mirada del turista: del patrimonio cultural al encuentro auténtico. PASOS Revista De Turismo Y Patrimonio Cultural, 10(4), 83-95. https://doi.org/10.25145/j.pasos.2012.10.055