The World Heritage List: interview with Jasper Chalcraft
- Branding strategies aimed at attracting tourists can be to the detriment of people living near the site.
- Nationalist ideologies using the label to promote their particular view of the past.
- In 1992, with the introduction of the cultural landscape designation.
- In 2003, with the inclusion of intangible practices within world heritage.
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