“Moving towards the experience of sacrum in the era of consumerism – pilgrimage tourism in an anthropological perspective as exemplified by foot pilgrimages to the Jasna Gora sanctuary in Czestochowa” - paper prepared in collaboration with Prof. Felicjan Bylok
Zygmunt Bauman distinguishes among other aspects, “a tourist” in his typology of postmodern personal patterns that is featured by the search for impressions resulting from the experience of something different, the approach of making complaints about the… Read more
Leszek Cichobłaziński is an Assistant Professor of Human Resources Management and Negotiation at the Management Faculty of the Częstochowa University of Technology, Poland. His main scholary interest are in human resources management. His research focuses on the anthropology of organization, organizational semiotics, mediation in collective bargaining as well as on organizational conflict management.
The educational background of Cichobłaziński is in Sociology (he has a Degree in Sociology from Jagiellonian University/Kraków); he holds a Doctorate in Liberal Arts. He has worked as an Adjunct Professor in the Speech Department at Southern Illinois University, USA, and as a visiting lecturer at the Perugia University, Italy; “1 DECEMBRIE 1918” UNIVERSITY OF ALBA IULIA, Romania an Haute Ecole de Namur-Liège-Luxembourg (HENALLUX), Belgium
His last research focused on tourism: Revitalization of the Sections of Częstochowa City Selected in City Programme of Revitalization – for the Local Government in Częstochowa and Opinions of the Częstochowa City Inhabitants in the Scope of City Development and Promotion – Research for the Local Government in Częstochowa in the frame of EU project COESIMA and INTERREG III C.