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Citizen participation in the inventory of historic resources : a methodology Public Deposited

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  • This paper describes a methodology developed for an inventory of historic resources. Citizen participation is the key element. An information network, designed to elicit local impressions of important sites and buildings and the historic themes they represent, is analyzed. This methodology is compared with previous studies to show that the views of citizens are essential to a meaningful inventory.
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