3 edition of Recent Developments In The Research And Management at World Heritage Sites (Oxford Archaeology Occasional Paper) (Oxford Archaeology Occasional Paper) found in the catalog.
July 30, 2007
by Oxford Archaeological Unit
Written in English
|Contributions||Dave Batchelor (Contributor), Isabelle Bedu (Contributor), Margaret Bunyard (Contributor), Melanie Pomeroy-kellinger (Editor), Ian Scott (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
A Heritage Futures Knowledge Exchange Workshop, held in partnership with the Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage in Berlin. Jennie Morgan. Uncertainty Transformation Profusion Diversity. Nuclear Waste Management Deep Space Messaging World Heritage Site Management Natural Heritage Management Built Heritage Management. United Nations (UN) Foundation, founded by Ted Turner, promotes a more peaceful, prosperous, and just world through the support of the United Nations and its Charter. Through our grantmaking and by building new and innovative public-private partnerships, the United Nations Foundation acts to meet the most pressing health, humanitarian, socioeconomic, and environmental challenges of the 21st.
The Handbook of Research on Technological Developments for Cultural Heritage and eTourism Applications is a pivotal reference source for the latest research findings on the utilization of information and communication technologies in tourism. Featuring extensive coverage on relevant areas such as smart tourism, user interfaces, and social media. 01 World Heritage Status. The Old and New Towns of Edinburgh became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in The site covers an area of approximately km 2 and contains nearly 4, individual buildings as well as ancient monuments, designed landscapes, and conservation areas.. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognises World Heritage Sites .
Book Description. Cultural Heritage and Tourism in the Developing World is the first book of its kind to synthesize global and regional issues, challenges, and practices related to cultural heritage and tourism, specifically in less-developed importance of preservation and management of cultural heritage has been realized as an increasing number of tourists are visiting heritage. Heritage tourism is tied to myth making and stories; creative content that can be shared, stored, combined and manipulated, but that depends on a unique cultural or natural history. A significant section of the wider phenomenon that is cultural tourism, heritage tourism is a demand-driven industry that continues to be a subject of heated debate.
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Buy Recent Developments in the Research and Management at World Heritage Sites (Oxford Archaeology Occasional Paper) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Recent Developments in the Research and Management at World Heritage Sites (Oxford Archaeology Occasional Paper): Pomeroy-Kellinger, Melanie, Scott, Ian: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The papers published in this volume were presented at a seminar on 'Recent Developments in Research and Management at World Heritage Sites' held at the Institute of Archaeology, University College, London."--Page 4 of cover.
The papers published in this volume were presented at a seminar on 'Recent Developments in Research and Management at World Heritage Sites' held at the Institute of Archaeology, University College, London. This was part of the Wiltshire-Malta World Heritage Exchange Project funded by the European Union AER Centurio Programme.
Covers the management issues encountered at cultural and natural world heritage sites including designation, marketing, visitor management, revenue generation and by: Book Description. Inthe General Assembly of State Parties to the World Heritage Convention passed a ground-breaking Sustainable Development policy that seeks to bring the World Heritage system into line with the UN’s sustainable development agenda (UNESCO ).
A wide range of World Heritage publications, from periodicals to brochures and information kits, books, manuals, reports, and a map of World Heritage sites are available in a variety of languages for adults and young people.
The World Heritage. Review. Featuring in-depth articles on cultural and natural World Heritage sites. Recent Developments in Research and Future Directions of Culinary Tourism: A Review resources of each destination with th e types of culinary tourism is the crucial factors of.
The recent “Strategic Action Plan for the Implementation of the Convention, ”, adopted by the 18th General Assembly (Paris, ), also integrates a concern for sustainable development, notably in its “Vision for ”, which calls for the World Heritage Convention to “contribute to the sustainable development of the world’s communities and cultures”, as well as through its Goal N.3.
WORLD HERITAGE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. THE ROLE OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF UNESCO DESIGNATED SITESKotor, Mo ntenegro. 7- 8 June (page 2) I. INTRODUCTION The celebrations this year of 40th anniversary of the UNESCO World Heritage the Convention, under the theme “World Heritage and Sustainable Development: the Role.
The first 12 World Heritage Sites (WHS) were inscribed on the World Heritage List (WHL) in and the total has risen now to contain The profile is varied, with cultural, natural and 24 mixed (those meeting both cultural and natural criteria) WHS. Sustainable Development at World Heritage Sites News For those those of you who are not aware, in November last year, at the General Assembly of the States Parties to the World Heritage Convention, a Policy on the integration of a sustainable development perspective into the processes of the World Heritage Convention was adopted.
This first Manual within the series concerns the management of disaster risks for World Heritage properties. It focuses on one approach to the principles, methodology and process for managing Preparing World Heritage Nominations.
Launched in in an effort to publish a series on various World Heritage subjects, the series will include: papers related to World Heritage issues; reports from seminars, workshops and meetings; and manuals aimed at facilitating the implementation of the World Heritage Convention for its various actors.
This series is targeted mainly at World Heritage experts, national and local. Of all the perceptions verified in this study, two noteworthy issues, such as (1) World Heritage as a tourists’ brand and (2) future management of Hahoe Village as a World Heritage Site for Author: Takamitsu Jimura.
As such it is aimed at natural and mixed World Heritage properties as well as cultural landscapes. Natural World Heritage sites are inscribed because of their superlative values relating to scenery and other superb natural phenomena geology, ecosystems and/or biodiversity.
In 12 chapters and 5 case studies it covers issues such as WHS designation, marketing, visitor management, revenue generation and management. Each chapter will examine the management issues associated with managing heritage within the WH Sites, making clear use of management practices to apply the theory.
Managing World Heritage Sites. The debate on the role and the contents of management plan for World Heritage sites has deeply grown in the last years both in Italy (Micoli and Palombi, ) and abroad, with reference to the theoretical framework (Leask and Fyall, ) and to the proposal of practical guidelines for its implementation (Davey ; Thomas & Middleton.
PDF | On Jan 7,Mohamed Amer and others published World Heritage Sites and Strategic Management Planning: a Case Study on Mit Rahina, Open Air Museum | Find, read and cite all the research. O copies of all previous editions of World Heritage Sites have sold.
This seventh edition fully updates the book to add the 24 sites newly inscripted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in The 24 new inscriptions include: Aqueduct of Padre Tembleque Hydraulic System, Mexico ; Baekje Historic Areas, Republic of Korea/5(22).
Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) is pre-paring a series of publications that examine how this greatly increased visitation has affected historical and scientific values at four of the most famous archaeo-logical World Heritage Sites, Petra, Machu Picchu, Pompeii, and Angkor.
The first of File Size: 1MB. Nonetheless, tourism development is a key management issue for World Heritage Sites (Buckley ;Li et al. ;Pederson ; Thapa ). The long-term protection of World Heritage Sites Author: Brijesh Thapa.Representing the latest thinking in this fast-moving and often emotive field, this book offers a remarkably comprehensive international coverage of the public aspects of archaeology.
The process of survey and inventory, rescue and archaeology, conservation and protection have until now been studied largely on the basis of individual countries and their administrative and legislative structures.In clear text that highlights all the fascinating facts, this revised edition of World Heritage Sites details all properties, including the 13 new sites added in Covering countries, the World Heritage List has proved to be a valuable tool in the battle to preserve much of the world's cultural and natural heritage/5(14).