NB You can use the same letter more than once. Ecrivez le nom de la bonne personne. Which person is it? Write the name of the correct person.
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Complete the following text with words from the list below. Complete the sentences with words from the list. Ecrivez V, F ou PM. Write V, F or PM. Give two details. Write the correct letter in each box. Ecrivez la bonne lettre dans la case. Write the correct letter in the box.
Ecrivez les bonnes lettres dans les cases.
Write the correct letters in the boxes. Identifiez la bonne personne. Identify the correct person. It is not necessary to write in full sentences. Which is the correct answer? Qui …?
Le "slackline" pour les aspirantes funambules
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Answer these questions. Answer the questions in French. The following is a guide to the sort of rubrics and instructions which will be used in the Writing exam. Que signifie la transposition de certaines pratiques dans le domaine touristique pour ses acteurs? Dans quelle mesure l'aventure prend ici un autre sens? The universe of sporting activities, combining destination places and motor, recreational and cultural activities, blends with travel experience; the melting pot which characterizes sports tourism. In this case, who is a sports tourist? Who is a sports traveler?
Does this recurring opposition Urbain, even still have a meaning in the universe of sports Sobry, ? However, various touristic tendencies which call upon leisure sports are being organized and oppose each other in order to offer an answer to the new ways of thinking and living the here and the elsewhere. The image of the adventurer is often associated with that of the explorer risking his life to travel the globe in search of undiscovered places.
In this way, there is a demand and a commercial offer for adventure-themed trips. Next generation adventurers will chose a destination conducive to the practice of sometimes extreme activities. It is in this view that emerge new exploration modes, such as slow tourism which consists in choosing the least polluting means of transportation bicycle, gipsy caravan, horseback, sailing boats… in an attempt to escape a consumer society judged to be too invasive. All these behaviors are figured in order for the tourist to commune with what he sees Corneloup, This adventure is sometimes amplified: in a wish to make one with nature, the anchorite hermit takes refuge in a cavern, in a wooden cabin in Walden for Thoreau , in a canyon of the Sierra for John Muir or in Siberia for Sylvain Tesson The process of locking-in in the middle of nature intensifies the immersion effect.
All these ways of living and of perceiving sports tourism are linked to contemporary values of an imaginary in which adventure, in its widest and most diversified acceptation, is at the center of a quest for reenchanting both what is close and what is distant. Could the creation of sports tourism be a form of resistance in the face of contemporary society, that is to say a fun and respectful way of reclaiming the environment, of making it more livable and, through all this, of being more mindful of our own health?
Sports, such as we know them nowadays, in the same way as tourist activities, were developed in parallel in the wake of the emergence of the industrial society in the 19th century Guttmann, ; Veblen, However, it is only in the second half of the 20th century that these two types of activity converged into the category of sports tourism, giving birth to new practices, or at least taking on new shapes and meanings for those who partake in them Glyptis, ; Pigeassou, ; Gibson, Although, throughout these past decades, social sciences have begun to develop fields of study surrounding sports Bromberger, and tourism Cousin, , they have still only barely begun to combine the two in order to question the practices that can be found at the crossroads of these two fields.
It would however seem worthwhile to look into analyzing these instances in order to supplement our knowledge concerning sports, tourism and, by extension, leisure activities. The aim in this was to indentify the logic behind the transformations of the practices under study and to understand the stakes of a conformation to the sporting model Darbon, or, on the contrary, of a resistance to this process, going maybe even so far as a desportivization as a radical way to reclaim practices in order to make them fit in with other ends Soldani, Here, we propose to reflect upon the categories of sports and tourism through practices relating, for participants or for observers, to sports tourism, without however seeking to impose a normative grid which would exclude certain activities or would categorize them in too rigid a manner, following arbitrary criteria.
Communications can thus question the limits of these concepts through exploring what can be touristic in sports or, conversely, sporting in tourism — in the same way as contributors to the thematic double issue of the Journal du MAUSS dedicated to games and sports questioned the dimension of fun remaining in sporting practices.
Is sports tourism radically different from other forms of tourism? If it is, then in what way? Is it compatible with other approaches to tourism? Do sports which are practiced in this framework retain their competitive dimension agonistic which defines them in other contexts? What meaning does the transposition of certain practices into the field of tourism have for the participants?
This theoretic dimension is however not the only one concerned by this theme. Empirical case studies, more specifically those bearing on original and fine descriptions of practices, are used here in order to shed light on the uses, old and new, which define this type of leisure and so which is, in fine, sports tourism. Through this, the aim is to set aside an excessively overbearing or macrosociologic vision of these elements in order to broach them in a more moderate way, speaking not of what they should be, but of how they are set up by practitioners and how the latter represent their own activities or the show that they are witnessing.
The goal will therefore be to compare the practices with the norm, to understand the strategies unfolded by the participants in order to reclaim, or even redirect, the activities in which they are engaged and to exchange amongst themselves their different ways of doing things De Certeau, Equally, the goal is also to question what sports leisure activities do to people, asking the question of gender, but also of health in the choice of an activity.
Is sports tourism an identity marker or one of belonging? Are the variations in the practices linked to disagreements between the participants, or do they rather reflect a transformation or reclaiming process which is still ongoing? Finally, an exploration of the methodology aspects, mainly in data collection, will be expected.
Touristic adventure, including sporting leisure activities, has become a communication project where everyone wants to keep a trace of their travels so as to be able to tell the story of everything they have lived, proof at hand. Sporting experiences take on a material shape through the use of a GoPro Le Breton, ; Andrieu, or of a mobile phone using many accessories.
The interactions which result from this, made of shared emotions, allow approaching the environment in a different way, even to the extent of making the practice of sporting leisure activities evolve. Indeed, the ideal body, which consists in being fit and toned, a synonym for health, began being used as a reference point since the advent of leisure activities Queval, The body is shown and unveiled, under the combined influence of fashion and seaside tourism. The evolution of the look of bathing suits is an indicator of the place given to the body.
The body is no longer hidden as it was at the beginning of the 19th century, rather it is exhibited and shown off.
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We are truly witnessing a liberation of the body since the s. From a hidden body, we thus move on to a shown and liberated body, but one that also imposes a new self-discipline. Commercialized and proposed in a range of forms, the means to exert a control over the body enjoy a meteoric rise.
Is attempting to reach this ideal shape the meaning of sports tourism? All in all, might sports tourism be the extension of the aerobics wave, but projected elsewhere? In what measure does the commercialized extreme adventure or contemplation turn into an ideal body management and exhibition leisure activity? At the moment, the goal is quite often to exceed mass tourism in order to get closer to a more authentic experience in which self-conquest or the relationship with nature takes priority Ehrenberg, To live an adventure that is out of the common is becoming more and more accessible to everybody, opening spaces close or far away which are both equipped and controlled by approved dispositions.
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According to Bourdeau, risk is not limited to natural spaces, but extends to all the elements related to the exoticism inherent to adventure travelling: political and economical instability, or even the health hazard. Many Tour-Operators TO have for instance invested the market and commercialize many packages on the theme of adventure, going from meeting local populations to practicing sports that are harmonious with nature. Risk is an integral part of these types of travelling packages, but it is measured and channeled by the TO. However, buyers do not appreciate too much control as it gives the impression of a lessened quality of the experience Ladwein, Nevertheless, TO are not allowed to make their clients run any real risks: the aim is to create a climate conducive to a feeling that the experience may have a hazardous outcome and thus, that it is adventurous Barthelemy, How does this give a different meaning to adventure?
Other environments, close or distant mountains, seaside resorts, rural or urban spaces , offer opportunities for practicing sporting leisure activities which are both sustainable and increasingly accessible. Getting away through the practice of sports is more and more controlled, through the application of security norms, but also through the establishment of quality labels. The field of disability is significant in this subject, implying specific equipment and supervision.
Organizing small or large sporting events, the financial help and incentive to construct leisure sporting facilities and the promotion of sporting culture, are potential strategic assets which can have an economic and social impact on a given territory, but which can also have an impact on the media, politics or even urbanism, and which deserve our attention. In fine, it is the identity of a territory which is at play in the way in which the structures and infrastructures pertaining to sports practices are managed, without forgetting the administration of natural heritage seaside, mountains and rural.
It is in this sense that taking over the management of sports and sporting events could become a means to promote a territory, offering a potential tourist attraction, but also generating a competition between the different territories. In what way does sports tourism durably establish the identity of a territory, or even transforms it?
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How can the imaginary be a real vector of touristicity, leading visitors to places which were previously idealized? In addition, it is also possible to question, alongside these spatial considerations, the different temporalities in which sports tourism can take place. Is sports tourism linked to seasons? In what can this be different from other forms of tourism of other forms of sports activities?
Are sports, in certain cases, a way of diversifying the offer of activities proposed during certain seasons and thus are they a way of rebalancing the touristic flux throughout the year? Certain authors, for instance, have shown that in the definitions of tourism and of the tourist, the excursionist, an important consumer in certain cases, does not hold a place. This is because the duration of the stay is determining in the distinction between the tourist more than 24 hours and the excursionist less than 24 hours.
The economic reality could orient a new definition promoting touristic consumption over the duration of the stay. Finally, how could this accounting logic reveal new ways of consuming sports tourism and, consequently, reveal new strategies for planning sporting leisure activities? Communications can be presented as oral communications 20 minutes and 10 minutes of discussion. The conditions for submitting to the workshops are the same as for communications. Keywords: 5 keywords detailing precisely the themes and the scientific fields concerned.
To submit, please send to the following email address: eric. The makings of a contemporary experience of the elsewhere de en es fr pt. The makings of a contemporary experience of the elsewhere Call for papers Representation Date s Subjects Social anthropology Cultural anthropology Sport and recreation Sociology of consumption Sociology of health Sociology of culture Economic sociology.
Which sports tourism? The makings of a contemporary experience of the elsewhere Quel tourisme sportif? Argument The society of production is giving way to a consumer society in which leisure activities are gaining in popularity. Themes Theme 1 - Sporting practices through the prism of tourist activities?