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Cultural heritage for sustainable development - Qualitative study of the European heritage discourse and two cases in the region of Halland, Sweden

Rijniece, Ruta LU (2016) EUHR18 20161
European Studies
Abstract
Today heritage is considered to be an important resource for society and a valuable asset for sustainable development. This notion is true from international to local/regional level.
This thesis investigates the current heritage discourse in the European Union (EU) and provides a qualitative assessment of the values and potential impacts of the two case studies, conducted in the proceedings of this thesis in Halland region, Sweden. These are the World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station and Äskhult culture reserve. By analysing the findings from the case studies in relation to the current heritage discourse in the EU, this thesis demonstrates how cultural heritage can contribute to sustainable development as well as elucidates the... (More)
Today heritage is considered to be an important resource for society and a valuable asset for sustainable development. This notion is true from international to local/regional level.
This thesis investigates the current heritage discourse in the European Union (EU) and provides a qualitative assessment of the values and potential impacts of the two case studies, conducted in the proceedings of this thesis in Halland region, Sweden. These are the World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station and Äskhult culture reserve. By analysing the findings from the case studies in relation to the current heritage discourse in the EU, this thesis demonstrates how cultural heritage can contribute to sustainable development as well as elucidates the relationship between theory and practice of heritage management for sustainable development. (Less)
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author
Rijniece, Ruta LU
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course
EUHR18 20161
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
Cultural heritage, value-based heritage discourse, sustainable development, sustainability, Halland, European Studies
language
English
id
8892324
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2018-06-07 10:08:02
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  abstract     = {Today heritage is considered to be an important resource for society and a valuable asset for sustainable development. This notion is true from international to local/regional level.
This thesis investigates the current heritage discourse in the European Union (EU) and provides a qualitative assessment of the values and potential impacts of the two case studies, conducted in the proceedings of this thesis in Halland region, Sweden. These are the World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station and Äskhult culture reserve. By analysing the findings from the case studies in relation to the current heritage discourse in the EU, this thesis demonstrates how cultural heritage can contribute to sustainable development as well as elucidates the relationship between theory and practice of heritage management for sustainable development.},
  author       = {Rijniece, Ruta},
  keyword      = {Cultural heritage,value-based heritage discourse,sustainable development,sustainability,Halland,European Studies},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Cultural heritage for sustainable development - Qualitative study of the European heritage discourse and two cases in the region of Halland, Sweden},
  year         = {2016},
}