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Heritage policy supports not only physical conservation but also its related social and intangible aspects
Adaptive heritage re-use policies that try to link the re-use of material and immaterial aspects of heritage to the empowerment and inclusion of local and/or heritage communities and on going issues of spatial (re-)development enables one to address adaptability and flexibility which come along with community engagement and participation.
- Mydland, & Grahn. 2012. "Identifying heritage values in local communities." International Journal of Heritage Studies, 18(6), 564-587.
- van Knippenberg, K. 2019. "Towards an evolutionary heritage approach : fostering community-heritage engagement." Paper presented at the 13th AESOP Young Academics Conference 2019.
- Vecco. 2010. "A definition of cultural heritage: From the tangible to the intangible." Journal of Cultural Heritage, 11(3), 321-324.
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