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Educating Intangible Cultural Heritage in a Museum: Navajo Weaving Workshop

This paper discusses a chaining perspective for museum education programs on Indian culture and intangible cultural heritage and demonstrates a case.

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Published Online: July 28, 2015

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The Jazeera Al Hamra Digital Heritage Project: A Model for Digitally Preserving the Heritage of the Arabian Peninsula

This paper presents a model for digitally preserving and re-presenting tangible and intangible cultural heritage of the Arabian Peninsula and beyond, using Al Jazeera Al Hamra, an at risk site.

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Published Online: June 19, 2015

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Semiotic Aspect of Museum Landscape: Contextual Integration and Symbolic Application

This research aims to study the development of the landscape of contemporary museums, their conceptual classification, and their contextual implementation from the mid-twentieth century up to present.

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The Pier 21 Memories of Migration: Transforming Immigration Shed into Immigrant Museum

By collecting and sharing oral histories at Pier 21 the museum essentially plays a role as mediator or communication bridge, filling gaps between generations and sharing knowledge on Canadian immigration.

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Fascinating Narratives: Textual Analysis Inside the Museum

Rather than adopting the vocabulary of advertising, wall text in museum exhibitions should function to ignite viewers' critical thinking processes. The educational integrity of wall texts must be interrogated.

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Social Responsibility Application: A Motivation for Increased Visitorship and Stakeholders

Museums in Nigeria have been experiencing low turnout of visitors and stakeholders arising from alienating the stakeholders for wealthy visitors. Applying Societal Marketing Concept has brought people to museums.

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Conflicting Information in Museums: An Exploratory Study

This study is concerned with visitors’ perception, processing and recollection of conflicting scientific information during and after their museum visit.

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The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum , Volume 8, Issue 2, June 2015

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The Art and Culture Companions: Art Museum Volunteering as Serious Leisure in Finland

This paper is based upon one Finnish art museum volunteering project; specifically focused upon the integration of museum volunteering with arts participation.

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Touching the Past: Investigating Lived Experiences of Heritage in Living History Museums

The paper considers living museums as phenomenological texts and explores how lived experiences of materiality and space form a connective encounter with heritage.

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