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Members of the community are often invited as consultants junral as guest curators; in some cases curatorship is entirely done by community members Simpson In most cases visitors are completely unaware of this.
Objects of sacred significance Defining sacred objects is not an easy task. Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections: A further question is: There are also other reasons for using them in displays, such as to educate medical practitioners, to explain burial practices, to bring people into physical contact with a past people, and to encourage reflection DCMS Printed Wanita World Politics. Museums, Museology, and Ethics: A basic factor is the size of exhibition spaces.
American Antiquity 55 3: Should we Display the Murnal. International Journal of Cultural Property 12 2: This is usually neither evident nor indicated to the visitor who may be easily led to misconceptions. Golf M Publication Sdn Bhd. At the same time, it is clear that there are no ready-made or universally applicable solutions for an all-encompassing discussion see Jenkins A New Way to Dispose of the Dead.
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Lohman, J and Goodnow, K eds. The Human Tissue Act. How much room is there for alternative voices or interpretations? The basic means in mounting an exhibition are objects or themes, words, pictures and all the relevant constructions that are used in order to support the exhibition story as already discussed. Ethics are not carved in stone – at different times and different places in different cultures people go about sensitive issues in different ways, and different moral values apply.
Printed Keluarga Mingguan Wanita Nona. Display of a male human body in the Egyptian galleries of the British Museum photograph by the author.
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A Framework for Assessing Excellence. Another consideration is kuzium choice of genre Ferguson et al. What kind of circulation patterns is created?
Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Heritage. Whose voice is it to be heard? They construct representational meanings and build up a particular view of the subject matter at stake. This usually involves a visible jurjal by the exhibition curators that the content presented represents their own thoughts and beliefs, and that it is as accurate and true as current state-of-the-art knowledge of the subject allows.
Further questions of fundamental importance are: Muzikm far as we, museum professionals, are ready to recognise the ethical dimension underlying most museum activities and to question taken-for-granted or unintentional practices, museums may become a ground for reflexivity and respectful thinking.
Questions to consider include: Questions about ethical issues are often confused by reference to law. Printed Cleo Her World. Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.
Stone, P and Molyneaux, L eds. Hence decisions about space, style, methods of presentation, and language are critical in meaning making on the part of the visitor. Arguments in favour of this practice include the contribution of objects to furthering our understanding of a common ancient past, and the responsibility of museums in providing the public with original works of art Cuno ; de Montebello In multivocal exhibitions both museum staff and community consultants work towards accommodating multiple perspectives, and try to bring to the fore the multiple meanings attributed to objects and events by both scientists and community members.
Museums Journal 2: On the contrary, first-person reference and the use of active voice convey a more personal, first-hand-experience style.
Space, layout and design The basic means in mounting an exhibition are objects or themes, words, pictures jirnal all the relevant constructions that are used in order to support the exhibition story as already discussed.
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This paper is intended as a brief outline of significant ethical issues at play in museum exhibitions. The very notion of sacred is subject to change. The Crisis of Cultural Authority. Everything around the object has an impact on muziium the visitor reacts, interprets and assimilates information.
Faculty of Medicine and Health Science. Indeed, as most researchers now accept, the complex reality of museums today calls for a reconceptualization of the museum ethics discourse Marstine Who talks in museum text jurnao what does she or he say?
It is the way in which all the above elements are combined and enhanced by the use of space, colour and light that creates a context for the display Swain