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The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display.

Due to the unusual conditions of the surrounding area highly acidic water, low temperature, lack of oxygenbog bodies have retained internal organs and their skin, although jkrnal tanned, but not their bones. The Promise of Museums and the Debate over Antiquities.

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Economist Electronic Printed Electronic. Lohman, J and Goodnow, K eds. Exhibitions are one of the main grounds on which ethical battles in museums are fought. Heritage Conservation in Modern Society.

It is our ethical responsibility to be as honest as possible when presenting such interpretations. In the words of Karp and Kratz It is important to remember that exhibitions create a representation system through an articulation of objects, texts, visual representations, reconstructions and sounds Lidchi Display of a male human body in the Egyptian galleries of the British Museum photograph by the author.

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The Ethical Crisis in Archaeology. Printed Wanita World Politics. 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 The Human Tissue Act. This is usually not understood by visitors as information presented in museums is normally perceived as accurate and true Dean Oxford and New York: Firstly, exhibitions are to a large extent about objects, and museum objects are by nature imbued with different values.

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The Illicit Trade in Cultural Material. Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies12 junralArt. Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting. How much room is there for otherdifferent voices? In multivocal exhibitions both museum staff and community consultants work towards accommodating multiple perspectives, and try to bring to the fore the multiple meanings attributed to objects and events by both scientists and community members.

Surely, the last 20 to 25 years have seen a growing realization of the need to negotiate or share some of this power but there is certainly a long way ahead.

Springer Electronic Printed Electronic Ambio: Even when they make claims to scientific objectivity and precision, exhibitions inevitably reflect the beliefs, assumptions and ethical values of the persons making the decisions. The Ethics of Collecting Cultural Property. This paper is intended as a brief outline of significant ethical issues at play in museum exhibitions. Genres like recount, narration, report, explanation, or discussion are culturally specific and what is suitable for one community may be unsuitable for another.

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An Introduction to Museum Archaeology. Criticism and debate about the display of muzuim remains has also influenced museological practice: The answer cannot be positive, and in fact there are voices against putting even ancient human remains on display.

Golf M Publication Sdn Bhd. A point to consider is that museum exhibitions may raise visibility and spark interest in specific categories of objects.

Museums, Museology, and Ethics: Integrating Native Views into Museum Procedures. Overall, it is only through the process of systematically reflecting on, and assessing our ethical commitment to our diverse audiences, that we may eliminate some practices as unjustifiable, offensive, or wrong Wylie H Electronic Printed Electronic .