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Some of these issues are obvious and heatedly and repeatedly debated, but others are neither obvious nor discussed. We also need to recognise that museum exhibitions are only interpretations which tell more about us than about the subject matter on show Wood muzkum Cotton Even within the same culture ethics change as the needs and values of society, and museums, change.
Making Early Histories in Museums. Y Electronic Printed Electronic Yeast. The question of information inclusion is of even greater importance as by its very nature museum text is brief. Young, J and Brunk, C Are we allowed to display objects of cultural or sacred significance for another culture as mere curios? A basic factor is the size of exhibition spaces.
V Electronic Printed Electronic. They construct representational meanings and build up a particular view of the subject matter at stake. Museums Journal 2: In muzuim, some museums have been experimenting with new and innovative ways of adding to their collections and displays without having to resort to dubious acquisition practices.
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The Muizum Trade in Cultural Material. On the contrary, first-person reference and the use of active voice convey a more personal, first-hand-experience style. Defining sacred objects is not an easy task. Springer Electronic Printed Electronic Ambio: Museology Quarterly 23 1: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display.
Concern that all human remains should be subject to new codes and practices is growing. Wood, B and Cotton, J Putting human remains mzuium display has traditionally been seen as having considerable educational potential for the visiting public, let alone their scientific interest Alberti et al.
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Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections: Museum ethics are preeminently about values, and ethical questions often arise from having to deal with competing values Edson Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 10 3: What objects or themes to include, and why?
Occasionally, an object may be selected for inclusion to an exhibition because it simply fits jurnaal in the space available.
Elsevier Electronic Printed Electronic. Likewise, some museums invite visitors to write their own labels. FRIM tests formaldehyde, in line with international regulations.
Oxford and New York: Faculty of Science and Natural Resources. The Ethical Crisis in Archaeology. Loot, Legitimacy, and Ownership.
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Others place the focus of interpretation on stories that are usually left behind in object files. The Spatial Architecture of the Museum. As Young and Brunk Should we Display the Dead?.
Museum and society 7 3: Remains of the Day.