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書名 The ethics of cultural heritage / edited by Tracy Ireland, John Schofield
出版項 New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2015
國際標準書號 9781493916498 (electronic bk.)
9781493916481 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-1-4939-1649-8 doi
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說明 1 online resource (xvii, 219 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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系列 Ethical archaeologies: the politics of social justice ; 4
Ethical archaeologies: the politics of social justice ; 4
附註 Chapter 1: The ethics of cultural heritage -- Section 1: Ethical domains -- Chapter 2: Ethics and digital heritage -- Chapter 3: Ethics and heritage tourism -- Chapter 4: Heritage and community engagement -- Chapter 5: Ethics, conservation and climate change -- Chapter 6: Repatriating human remains: searching for an acceptable ethics -- Chapter 7: The ethics of visibility: archaeology, conservation and memories of settler colonialism -- Chapter 8: The normative foundations of stewardship: care and respect -- Section 2: Ethics in practice -- Chapter 9: Ethics and collecting in the post modern museum: a Papua New Guinea example -- Chapter 10: Tourism, World Heritage and local communities: an ethical framework in practice at Angkor -- Chapter 11: A matter of trust: the organisational design of the Museo de la Libertad y la Democracia, Panama -- Chapter 12: Let's forget about Heritage: place, ethics and the Faro Convention
It is widely acknowledged that all archaeological research is embedded within cultural, political and economic contexts, and that all archaeological research falls under the heading heritage. Most archaeologists now work in museums and other cultural institutions, government agencies, non-government organisations and private sector companies, and this diversity ensures that debates continue to proliferate about what constitutes appropriate professional ethics within these related and relevant contexts. Discussions about the ethics of cultural heritage in the 20th century focused on standards of professionalism, stewardship, responsibilities to stakeholders and on establishing public trust in the authenticity of the outcomes of the heritage process. This volume builds on recent approaches that move away from treating ethics as responsibilities to external domains and to the discipline, and which seek to ensure ethics are integral to all heritage theory, practice and methods. The chapters in this collection chart a departure from the tradition of external heritage ethics towards a broader approach underpinned by the turn to human rights, issues of social justice and the political economy of heritage, conceptualising ethical responsibilities not as pertaining to the past, but to a future-focused domain of social action
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主題 Cultural property -- Protection -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Congresses
Social Sciences
Archaeology
Ethics
Cultural Heritage
Alt Author Ireland, Tracy, editor
Schofield, John, editor
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