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40 Years of World Heritage Convention : On the Popularization of a Concept for the Protection of Cultural and Natural Assets.

By: Contributor(s): Series: Heritage StudiesPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (224 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9783110424409
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: 40 Years of World Heritage Convention : On the Popularization of a Concept for the Protection of Cultural and Natural AssetsDDC classification:
  • 344/.094
LOC classification:
  • K3791.A41972 A4313 2015
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 2 What is World Heritage? -- 2.1 Cultural sites and natural sites -- 2.2 Criteria for justification: characteristics and types -- 2.3 Mandatory criteria: authenticity and integrity -- 2.4 Typological, thematic and chronological-regional considerations -- 2.5 Management requirements -- 2.6 List of World Heritage in Danger -- 3 The World Heritage Convention in the Fullness of Time -- 3.1 How it all began -- 3.2 Stages of implementation -- 3.3 The Global Strategy -- 4 Discourses Surrounding World Heritage -- 4.1 Tangible discourse of experts, or “authorized discourse“ -- 4.2 Discourse on the appropriation of heritage into the social process -- 4.3 Heritage Studies discourse â€" protection and use of heritage in the interest of human development -- 5 Effects of Popularization -- 5.1 World Heritage and politics -- 5.2 World Heritage and tourism -- 6 World Heritage versus Intangible Cultural Heritage -- 6.1 Transformation processes: from tangible to intangible -- 6.2 Intangible heritage in the 2003 Convention -- 7 Prospects for the Future -- 7.1 Heritage and empowerment of stakeholders -- 7.2 Culture, heritage and diversity -- 7.3 World Heritage and sustainable development -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Notes on Contributors -- Index.
Summary: Since the adoption of the World Heritage Convention in 1972, the notion that cultural and natural heritage need to be protected and properly utilized has gained popularity. Over time, however, such utilization concepts were less focused on ideas of sustainability and became increasingly influenced by commercial interests. This publication discusses these developments and suggests potential solutions in order to deal with such unintended trends.
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Intro -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 2 What is World Heritage? -- 2.1 Cultural sites and natural sites -- 2.2 Criteria for justification: characteristics and types -- 2.3 Mandatory criteria: authenticity and integrity -- 2.4 Typological, thematic and chronological-regional considerations -- 2.5 Management requirements -- 2.6 List of World Heritage in Danger -- 3 The World Heritage Convention in the Fullness of Time -- 3.1 How it all began -- 3.2 Stages of implementation -- 3.3 The Global Strategy -- 4 Discourses Surrounding World Heritage -- 4.1 Tangible discourse of experts, or “authorized discourse“ -- 4.2 Discourse on the appropriation of heritage into the social process -- 4.3 Heritage Studies discourse â€" protection and use of heritage in the interest of human development -- 5 Effects of Popularization -- 5.1 World Heritage and politics -- 5.2 World Heritage and tourism -- 6 World Heritage versus Intangible Cultural Heritage -- 6.1 Transformation processes: from tangible to intangible -- 6.2 Intangible heritage in the 2003 Convention -- 7 Prospects for the Future -- 7.1 Heritage and empowerment of stakeholders -- 7.2 Culture, heritage and diversity -- 7.3 World Heritage and sustainable development -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Notes on Contributors -- Index.

Since the adoption of the World Heritage Convention in 1972, the notion that cultural and natural heritage need to be protected and properly utilized has gained popularity. Over time, however, such utilization concepts were less focused on ideas of sustainability and became increasingly influenced by commercial interests. This publication discusses these developments and suggests potential solutions in order to deal with such unintended trends.

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