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This is usually neither evident nor indicated to the visitor who may be easily led to misconceptions. In other cases, museum staff have observed or witnessed the practices of tribal representatives who have offered to care for the objects Peers and Brown Are we allowed to display objects of cultural or sacred significance for another culture as mere curios?
How common are exhibitions that explain how the objects came into the museum? Rees Leahy, H Increasingly, however, museum staff are recognising and muzijm sensitivity to indigenous views, and the museum community is urged to realize that sacred objects are of even greater value to indigenous cultures than they are to museum professionals.
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Printed Cleo Her World. Language is a powerful means of museum interpretation, not only because it conveys information, but mainly because it constructs knowledge about objects or themes on display.
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Museums and Cultural Property: American Society of Civil Engineers. Printed Just English Explorer. Wood, B and Cotton, J The definition does not include hair and nails.
A further issue concerns material from other cultures, particularly non-western.
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The controversy surrounding Body Worlds concerns issues of human dignity and respect for the dead as well as the value of the exhibition as education or entertainment, art or anatomy, science or sensationalism Eklund and de Trafford Blu Inc Media Sdn Bhd. In New Zealand, awareness of Maori beliefs about the spirituality of their taonga treasures 9 has led museums to exercise an increased respect: The Museum as Sensescape: Classen, C and Howes, D In other words, what we exhibit and what we say authorizes, authenticates, and soothes, or, in contrast, offends, disturbs, and irritates.
Faculty of Food Science and Nutrition. Guidance for the Care of Human Remains in Museums.
A Code of Ethics for Curators. Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies12 1p.
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As they go about their daily routine, museum professionals are constantly making decisions. The Ethics of Collecting Cultural Property.
Museums Journal 2: Published on 08 May Springer Electronic Printed Electronic Ambio: Borneo Marine Research Institute. Should we Display the Dead?. The winning labels are then displayed in the galleries next to the official ones see, among others, Seattle Art Museum These include choice of style, of genre, of voice, lexical and grammatical choices made in individual clauses, and so on.
Stone, P and Molyneaux, L eds. The Human Tissue Act. In response to the above, some museums have begun to adopt specific policies, and to approach their display in a different manner see, among others, Lohman jrnal Goodnow