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Title: Cultural Mapping
Authors: Duxbury, Nancy 
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Center for Intercultural Dialogue
Serial title, monograph or event: Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue
Issue: 69
Abstract: Cultural mapping is a systematic tool to involve communities in the identification and recording of local cultural assets, with the implication that this knowledge will then be used to inform collective strategies, planning processes, or other initiatives. Cultural mapping promises new ways of describing, accounting for, and coming to terms with the cultural resources of communities and places. These resources are both tangible or quantitative and intangible or qualitative.
Rights: openAccess
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