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A Study on Perceptions and Spatial Behaviors within Religious Space in Non-Religious Mountain Scenic Spots:From Tourists' Perspective

WANG Mingsheng;LUO Qiuju;School of Tourism Management,Sun Yat-sen University;  
Nowadays the development model for a scenic spot in China that‘wherever there are mountains,there are temples',is highly questioned for its rationality.This study gives an overall consideration to the tourists' perceptions and spatial behavior within religious space in non-religious mountain scenic areas as well as the explanation of the relationship between their perceptions and spatial behaviors.By participant observations and interviews,we draw conclusions that:1)the perceptions of religious space can be either strong or weak,which the strong perceptions are likely to appear in the space of integrity and sacredness while the weak ones in the space of dispersity and secularity;2)spatial behaviors vary from space to space,and moreover the proxemics interaction varies from person to person,among which the key one is the spatial behavior between human and landscape;3)the perceived religious space interacts the spatial behavior,both as feedback.Therefore,the development model for a scenic spot that‘wherever there are mountains,there are temples',seems reasonable but unnecessary.This study offers the tourist behavior a supplementary research in a micro level,and in the meantime riches the proxemics with new content and perspective.
【CateGory Index】: F592.7
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