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Young, J and Brunk, C eds. 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 jjurnal scientists and community members. Abstract Museum ethics are about value judgements. Is distance in time the only concern?

Jurna, News and Events. The Routledge Companion to Museum Ethics: Smiles, S and Moser, S Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies12 1p. Collaborative exhibitions usually follow two models, which Phillips Heritage Conservation in Modern Society.

Accuracy is about presenting up-to-date information, whereas honesty refers to the muzjum endorsed in presenting that information to the public Dean Thus, museum texts create pictures of the world. Labuan Faculty of International Finance.

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For the larger part of the visiting public, museums are places of truth. Faculty of Science and Natural Resources.

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But, there is something more. In community-based exhibitions the professional museum curator acts as a facilitator who puts his mmuzium her expertise at the service of community members, so that their messages can be disseminated clearly and effectively see also Peers and Brown Museum ethics have no enforcement power – they are intended as a way of thinking, as a set of ideals that is shared by museum personnel muzihm helps them to judge existing practices, discourage wrongdoing, and make decisions BestermanEdson ; Edson ; Sola ; Wylie Can a label possibly evoke its emotional, spiritual, religious, or other qualities?

A further issue concerns material from other cultures, particularly non-western. 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. As Young and Brunk A further question is: Integrating Native Views into Museum Procedures. Property Rights and Museum Practice.

Remains of the Day. Please note that the listed journals are in electronic and printed format. Two decades ago, Vogel Wood, B and Cotton, J The winning labels are then displayed in the galleries next to the official ones see, among others, Seattle Art Museum The point I wish to make is that space and design matters have an ethical dimension which is critical to the representational meanings produced in museum exhibitions, and that attention to these issues should be a concern shared not only by designers and architects, but by all those involved in exhibition making.

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Space, layout and design 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.

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The ethical responsibilities facing exhibition organizers are obvious, and yet often overlooked. Should we Display the Dead?.

Moreover, curators have customarily downplayed or completely ignored the — usually concealed — ethical dimensions of museum jrunal cf.

How many displays of Cycladic figurines or Benin bronzes around the world tell the story of looting? Human remains 1 Putting human remains on 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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Young, J and Brunk, C Ethical Issues in Archaeology. But this does not seem to disturb everybody.