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Heritage, endangerment and participation: alternative futures in the Lake District / Sarah May, May

International Journal of Heritage Studies, Pages: 1 - 16

Swansea University Author: Sarah May, May

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Cultural heritage policy in the UK puts a high value on participation, and heritage agencies often encourage that participation through appealing to the endangered status of the landscapes, sites and monuments in their care. Participation takes many forms, and can involve influencing policy, contrib...

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Published in: International Journal of Heritage Studies
ISSN: 1352-7258 1470-3610
Published: Taylor and Francis 2019
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