Dark tourism

análise da relação entre motivações, experiências e benefícios dos visitantes do Cemitério da Recoleta, Argentina

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https://doi.org/10.7784/rbtur.v16.2493

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Dark tourism, Motivação, Experiências, Benefícios, Lugares de descanso escuros

Resumo

O dark tourism é uma forma de turismo de nicho com desenvolvimento cada vez mais rápido. A literatura definiu o cemitério como dark tourism pois sugere a ideia de morte e luto, que pode causar sentimentos desagradáveis aos turistas, tornando-se uma característica fundamental deste conceito. O objetivo deste artigo é analisar a relação entre as motivações, experiências e benefícios de visitar o cemitério da Recoleta em Buenos Aires, Argentina. O estudo caracteriza-se como exploratório, descritivo e utilizou a abordagem quantitativa. Um total de 450 entrevistados afirmaram ter visitado o cemitério da Recoleta. Os autores testaram e validaram cinco fatores por meio de análise fatorial exploratória e confirmatória, incluindo motivações sociais e de aprendizagem, experiências reflexivas e empáticas e benefícios. O resultado fornece evidências teóricas de que as motivações estão relacionadas à busca de conhecimento, lazer e atividades sociais com a família e amigos. As experiências obtidas durante a visita estão relacionadas ao sentimento escapista através do relaxamento e paz. O estudo oferece evidências de que a visita ao cemitério pode ser um momento contemplativo, promovendo a reflexão sobre a vida. Por outro lado, contribuições práticas podem auxiliar nos processos de tomada de decisão.

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Biografia do Autor

Tércio Pereira, Vale do Itajaí University (UNIVALI), Balneário Camboriú, SC, Brasil.

Doctoral student in Tourism and Hospitality at the University of Vale do Itajaí. Master in Tourism and Hospitality. Professor at Leonardo Da Vince University. Contributions: Research design; Literature revision; Data collect; Data analysis; Discussion.

Melise de Lima Pereira, Federal University of Paraná (UFPR), Curitiba, PR, Brasil.

PhD in Tourism and Hospitality at the University of Vale do Itajaí. Master in Tourism and Hospitality. Professor and researcher at the Federal University of Paraná. Contributions: Literature review; Data analysis; Discussion.

Pablo Flôres Limberger, Vale do Itajaí University (UNIVALI), Balneário Camboriú, SC, Brasil.

PhD in Tourism and Hospitality at the University of Vale do Itajaí. Master in Tourism and Hospitality. Professor and researcher at the University of Vale de Itajaí. Contributions: Research design; Literature revision; Data collect; Data analysis; Discussion.

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