The Industrial Heritage: Managing Resources and Uses

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Taylor & Francis, Jun 19, 2004 - Business & Economics - 340 pages
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The Industrial Heritage is the first integrated approach to the assessment, conservation, interpretation, financing and management of the complex heritage of industrial cultures. It breaks new ground, as the authors (both active workers in the field) suggest that concepts of heritage defined to deal with pre-industrial cultures must be modified to deal with the very different demands presented by industrial objects and the societies which produced them.
The essence of this book is practicality, offering examples of the real issues which confront those concerned with preserving and managing the industrial heritage.

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