Edukační přínos zoologických zahrad: etická reflexe

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Marie Hrdá
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0131-2503

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Jedním z primárních cílů zoo je vzdělání a výchova v ekologii a ochranářství. Tento příspěvek k proměně lidského přístupu k přírodě a zastavení vymírání druhů, který má nějakým způsobem legitimizovat držení divokých zvířat v zajetí, je kritiky zpochybňován. Jak tomu je se vzdělávacím přínosem ve skutečnosti, mohou ukázat výzkumy. Text se věnuje výsledkům výzkumů o vzdělávacím přínosu zoo a jejich analýzám. Předpokládá se, že návštěva zoo by měla přispět k pro-environmentálnímu cítění, ochranářskému étosu, postoji a chování, ke gramotnosti v biodiverzitě a dalším. Závěry výzkumů jsou ale prozatím přinejmenším nejednoznačné. Cílem příspěvku je v kontextu těchto nejnovějších výzkumů poukázat na další relevantní faktory, které mohou ovlivňovat postoje lidí, a na případný potenciální edukační přínos zoologických zahrad v jiných oblastech.

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Hrdá, M. (2021). Edukační přínos zoologických zahrad: etická reflexe. Envigogika, 16(1). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.622
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