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Issues in Conservation—Three Value Moments in the Public Perception of Cultural Heritage Objects in Public Spaces
Cultural heritage professionals are becoming increasingly concerned about the lack of care being taken by municipalities for their cultural heritage objects which include works of art in public places. They have therefore begun to ask the public to help take care of "their" cultural heritage through so-called public participation projects. Cultural heritage professionals tacitly assume that if they "teach" the public to treasure such objects of "their" heritage, the public will become moredoi:10.1525/collabra.21935 fatcat:6wiihobxznbpbiep3zon5cjny4