„Czas przeszły dokonany” badań z zakresu turystyki, krajoznawstwa i rekreacji w poznańskim ośrodku geograficznym
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The aim of the paper is to recount the contribution of geographers from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań into research on tourism, sightseeing and leisure in a historical perspective, i.e., from the foundation of the Institute of Geography in 1919 until 2000. Based on the analysis of scientific publications available in the Library of the Faculty of Geographical and Geological Science, a number of research trends have been identified (and their representatives have been named). These include: the sightseeing trend (Prof. S. Pawłowski), the physical and geographical trend (Prof. T. Bartkowski, Prof. A. Marsz), the socio-economic trend (Prof. E. Biderman), and the comprehensive research trend (Prof. D. Sołowiej). A historically-oriented analysis of the research problems points to their evolution, which was connected with both the development of geographical science and the development of the subject of the research (the scale and diversity of tourism, forms of recreation, sightseeing). Numerous analogies can be found between tourism research conducted at Adam Mickiewicz University and that carried out globally, e.g. the transition from specific (multidisciplinary) research to interdisciplinary one, aimed at presenting tourism and recreation in a systemic perspective.
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