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Type
Book
Year
2018
Author
SOUSA, Filomena
Title
The Participation in the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage - The role of Communities, Groups and Individuals
Abstrat
The aim of this book is to understand whether participatory methodologies are being applied in the safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) or not. If it is possible to identify problems, advantages, good practices or clues that support new and more effective participatory techniques. Confronting the theory with the practices, the author concluded that the participation of communities, groups and individuals (CGIs) is still residual. In the scope of ICH safeguard projects, Filomena Sousa identifies five aspects that make this difficult to achieve: 1) excessive centrality of the States in the heritagization process; 2) diversity of interpretations of the concepts; 3) deficit of information among the CGIs; 4) deficit of experience in the improvement of teams composed of different actors and 5) deficit of methods and professionals to operationalise the participation. After describing each of these obstacles, the author presents a methodological suggestion that can be adapted to different moments of the safeguarding process, which should be understood as flexible and adaptable according to the cultural contexts.

Keywords
intangible cultural heritage, digital, website, inventory, MemoriaMedia ICH, communities participation
Bibliographic reference
SOUSA, Filomena (2018), The Participation in the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage - The role of Communities, Groups and Individuals, Memoria Imaterial
[online] Available at: http://www.memoriamedia.net/index.php/pci-e-memoriamedia