The Fourth Pillar of Sustainability: Culture's Essential Role in Public Planning
Proposal for the inclusion of an integrated framework of cultural evaluation in the methodolgy of public planning. Covers the meaning, application and results of culture. Includes appendices and bibliography. Also available as a PDF document (ISBN 1863350500), downloadable from www.theHumanities.com. Author was the Director of the Australian Centre of International Theatre Institute and Director of the Community Arts Board of the Australia Council.
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