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Heritage and participatory governance. An analysis of political strategies and social fractures in Spain

AuthorsCortés, José Antonio; Jiménez-Esquinas, Guadalupe ; Sánchez-Carretero, Cristina
Social fractures
Issue DateFeb-2017
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
CitationAnthropology Today 33(1): 15–18 (2017)
AbstractIn the heritage field, institutions tend to see social participation as a synonym for good governance practice. This extends to other areas such as the environment, humanitarian aid, and sustainable development. In this article, the authors analyze the use of participatory models in the management of heritage through the study of three heritage sites in Spain: the prehistoric paintings in Altamira, the Mosque-Cathedral in Córdoba, and the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park. Their study suggests that, despite the promises of more democratic heritage governance, participatory methods are commonly bounded by social fractures that are concomitant to certain ‘heritage regimes’. They conclude that the critical study of participation in heritage should go beyond the dichotomy between ‘good and bad’ participation. Rather, it should focus on understanding what participation does to the entire heritagization process.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8322.12324
Appears in Collections:(INCIPIT) Patrimonio y participación social: propuesta metodológica y revisión crítica
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