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Can the Living History professionalization lead to a dilution of the territories singling out?

Abstract : Stories and local singularities carrier, heritage through its mediation is constitutive of the territorial identity. However, economic issues related to these activities are very important and it is therefore increasingly rely on professionals. By analyzing the range of living history companies we will show that this professionalization entails a kind of standardization and dilution of local specificities
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Sophie Lacour. Can the Living History professionalization lead to a dilution of the territories singling out?. "Grand Ouest" days of Territorial Intelligence IT-GO, ENTI. Nantes-Rennes, mar. 2010, Mar 2010, Nantes-Rennes, France. 8p. ⟨halshs-00781688⟩

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