Role-play: Stakeholders of Cultural Heritage

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Role-play: Stakeholders of Cultural Heritage by Mind Map: Role-play: Stakeholders of Cultural Heritage


1.1. roles

1.1.1. To [promote/ preserve] cultural heritage.

1.1.2. To be a/an [recorder] of cultural heritage.

1.2. definition

1.2.1. visibility Set up galleries / hold exhibition in libraries Promotion and other publicity means

1.2.2. accessibility Convenient transport Opening hour Nearby the heritage site/inside the heritage

1.2.3. sustainability Generating revenue and covering operation cost Protect cultural heritage and its existence

1.3. expectation

1.3.1. Government Support the operation of our museums by providing funds

1.3.2. Community Participate more Have good knowledge and manner in protecting the culture heritages

1.3.3. NGO Co-organizing tours/providing helpers Offer suggestions based on their experiences

1.4. what could do

1.4.1. Using technology (e.g. VR) to promote cultural heritage

1.4.2. Phone apps (tour guide)

1.4.3. Organizing talks and invite overseas experts/ professionals

1.4.4. Reviews and consultation

1.4.5. Cooperate with schools to increase the visits of younger generation (e.g. require students to submit visit reports of museums as assignments)

1.5. concerns

1.5.1. Financial concerns (revenue usually cannot fully cover operational expenses)

1.5.2. Whether people are interested in our exhibitions/materials

2. Community

2.1. roles

2.1.1. To [promote,protect,] cultural heritage.

2.1.2. To be a/an [promoter, consumer ] of cultural heritage.

2.2. definition

2.2.1. visibility Cultural heritage is part of everyday life and/or local culture, local people are aware of it.

2.2.2. accessibility

2.2.3. sustainability Next generation is educated about cultural heritage and its importance, cultural heritage is maintained without negative impact on local economy/livelihood of the people.

2.3. what could do

2.3.1. Visibility: Advertise, spread the word, make attractive/trendy to locals

2.3.2. Accessible: Public participation, easy transportation, signs for tourists, low fees

2.3.3. Sustainable: Education, Communication with locals on CH’s impact on community

2.4. Locals can easily visit or partake in tangible and intangible cultural heritage.

2.5. expectation

2.5.1. Government help promote the local CH as it adds unique-ness to the society as a whole and preserve the CH by allocating capital/ financial funding to promote/protect the CH

2.5.2. GLAM make the culture heritage attractive, and putting more information about cultural heritage

2.5.3. NGO Raise funds for preservation of CH, spread awareness

2.6. concerns

2.6.1. Not enough funding, conflict with business/corporate interests

2.6.2. Lack of support from government and/or majority of the community

3. NGO