|Unit name||Critical and Contested Issues in Cultural Heritage|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Social Sciences
|Discipline||Sociology and Criminology|
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- Identify and explain the protocols, conventions and Acts of Parliament that underpin the development of cultural heritage tourism products.
- Synthesise the current and future challenges for cultural heritage managers in a tourism context
- Critically evaluate options for managing cultural heritage experiences in a sensitive and ethical manner
- Effectively communicate the challenges of tourism growth in a chosen heritage site
Task 1: Executive summary of the protocols, conventions and acts that guide a cultural heritage site, 1000 words or equivalent (30%)
Task 2: Detailed Tourism Site Plan of a current contested location (55%)
Task 3:Oral presentation of the challenges of tourism growth in a chosen heritage site, 15 minutes (15%)
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