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Rational decision-making in the preservation of cultural property
Dahlem Workshop on Rational Decision-making in the Preservation of Cultural Property (2000 Berlin, Germany)
|Statement||edited by N.S. Baer and F. Snickars ; program advisory committee, N.S. Baer ... [et al.].|
|Series||Dahlem workshop reports|
|Contributions||Baer, Norbert S. 1938-, Snickars, Folke, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||CC135 .D35 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
N. S. Baer and rs, Editors, Rational Decision-making in the Preservation of Cultural Property, Dahlem university Press, Berlin () N. S. Baer, "Risk Management, Value and Decision-making," The Paper Conserva (). The ABC Method: a risk management approach to the preservation of cultural heritage has been designed in partnership with ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property). No reproduction of this publication in any format or preservation, i.e. risk-based decision making.
Decision Making in Preservation The preservation issue raises profound questions about which research resources are and will be most important to scholars today and in the future. Research libraries lack the funds required to preserve all the deteriorating and endangered materials in . A major manifestation of that approach was the development of a Dahlem Conference on Rational Decision-Making in the Preservation of Cultural Property leading to the so titled Report edited with Prof. Rolf Snethlage.
This book argues that an understanding of the nature of both the economic and the cultural value created by the cultural sector is essential to good policy-making. The book is the first comprehensive account of the application of economic theory and analysis to the broad field of cultural Author: David Throsby. Rational decision-making in the preservation of cultural property: proceedings of the 86th Dahlem Workshop on Rational Decision-Making in the Preservation of Cultural Property, Berlin, March , 2. Edelliset kuvat. Seuraavat kuvat. lisää vähemmän. Kuvaan voi liittyä käytön rajoituksia.
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She introduces us to scholars who propose a primarily social basis for decision making while thoroughly challenging the so-called rational and reasoned choice theories (RCT). Zey's book is divided into three parts.5/5(1).
in Korea have the Cultural Properties Protection Act as their legal grounding. The Cultural Properties Protection Act defines intangible cultural property as cultural manifestations of intangible nature with high historical and artistic significance, such as theatrical and musical performing arts, and crafts and skills.
The act, furthermore. Rational Decision- Making in the Preservation of Cultural Property is a collection of shorts texts addressing some of the key topics in this subject from uncommon points of view [2 ]. The preservation or salvage of cultural property endangered by public or private works should be ensured through the means mentioned below, the precise measures to be determined by the legislation and organizational system of the State: (a) Legislation; (b) Finance; (c) Administrative measures.
The culture of the reasoning is the RATIONAL CULTURE. Therefore, the cause for all evils universally is the end of the phase of thought. The phase of thought has ended. the thought has paralyzed. And the paralyzed thought is the cause of the disequilibrium. Rational decision making requires executing an appropriate decision-making process to select the best alternative.
This can be challenging when information is uncertain or when time is limited. This article describes three important perspectives on decision making: (i) the problem-solving perspective, (ii) the decision-making process Author: Jeffrey W.
Herrmann. processual and cultural factors will be offered. (3) As a subsidiary but important aim, the article will aid the diffusion of academic knowledge relevant to practitioners’ concerns in an accessible, understandable and brief way.
Referencing will be relatively brief. The Rational Decision-making Model A rational decision-making process is oftenFile Size: 39KB. material heritage has not. The author argues the merits of conservation of the material heritage as being the management of a nonrenewable resource and asserts that aligning material conservation with the ethical principles of sustainability.
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This data will be updated every 24 by: Cultural economics also expanded to include the cultural or entertainment industries (the media, movies, the publishing industry, popular music), as well as heritage and museum management, property right questions (in particular copyright) and the role of new communication technologies such as the internet.
Rational decision-making in the preservation of cultural property. Dahlem Workshop Report Dahlem Workshop Report Dahlem University Press, Berlin, pp. Books for more dedicated reading.
Ashley-Smith, Jonathan: Risk Assessment for Object Conservation, Butterworth-Heinemann Les kapitel 2 og 5. Baer, N.S. & F. Snickars (eds): Rational decision-making in the preservation of cultural property, Report of the 86th Dahlem Workshop, Berlin, MarchDahlem University Press, Berlin Formal computations of risk are now a common-place in the nuclear power and chemical industries.
Similarly, those responsible for the preservation of cultural property in museums, libraries and archives are beginning to consider more objective decision-making procedures for selecting conservation by: 6.
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