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HARRISON Richard
Manual of heritage management
Oxford, 1994, 425 pp. -139,50 euro
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bestelnummer: AA911319


The manual of heritage management is designed to satisfy the considerable and expanding need in the heritage field for a volume of practical, authoritative information on good management practice.
Published at the initiative of the Association of Independent Museums, the manual is for those concerned with managing aspects of natural habitats, landscapes, archaeological sites and historical structures, including the urban environment, both in the UK and overseas. It discusses basic principles such as research and conservation and covers the marketing operation of heritage sites. Case studies are included to illustrate the five main sections: vision, strategy and corporate planning; conserving the natural and man-made heritage; funding and operations management; interpretation and presentation; marketing.
All those working in the field of heritage management will find this an invaluable and practical reference book with its comprehensive approach to management in these growing and vitally important sectors of our cultural heritage.


Content / inhoud

Section One: Vision, Strategy and Corporate Planning
- Victor MIDDLETON: Vision, Strategy and Corporate Planning: an overview
- Neil COSSONS: Designing and implementing corporate plans
- Lester BORLEY: Managing strategies and financial considerations: historic properties
- Peter MIDDLETON: Measuring performance and contingency planning
- Jonathan GRIFFIN: Strategic linkages and networks

Section Two: Conserving the Natural and Man-made Heritage
- Michael STRATTON and Graham TAYLOR: Conserving the Natural and Man-made Heritage
- Alan FISHWICK: Defining and recording the resource: the natural environment
- John BOLD: Defining and recording the resource: the built environment
- Jonathan DRAKE: Defining and recording the resource: artefacts
- John BURNETT & Ian MORRISON: Defining and recording the resource: documentation
- Graham TAYLOR: The legislation and institutional context: the countryside
- Anthony STREETEN: The legislation and institutional context: the built environment
- Alf HATTON: The legislation and institutional context: museums
- Robert BALDWIN: The legislation and institutional context: the maritime heritage
- Graham TAYLOR: Conservation techniques: nature conservation and countryside management
- Paul DRURY: Conservation techniques: the built environment
- Suzanne KEENE: Conservation techniques: museum collections
- Graham TAYLOR: Working with other interests: the natural heritage
- Michael STRATTON: Working with other interests: the built environment and museums

Section Three: Funding and Operations Management
- Brian GRIFFITHS: Financial management
- Robert SCOTT: Developing an training strategy and plan
- Gordon RIDDLE: Visitor and users services
- Sue MILLAR: Managing volunteers: a partnership approach
- Terry ROBINSON: Information systems

Section Four: Interpretation and Presentation
- David UZZELL: Heritage interpretation in BRitain four decades after Tilden
- Brian GOODEY: Interpretative planning
- Paul RISK: People-based interpretation
- Giles VELARDE: Design-based interpretation
- Graham CARTER: Heritage interpretation and environmental education
- Roger MILES: The evaluation of interpretative provision

Section Five: Marketing
- Kenneth ROBINSON: Selling the heritage product


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