Karine Dupre

Karine Dupre

I am a registered Architect and a practising academic, holding one PhD in Urban Planning and another in Contemporary History. Working at Griffith University, my research focuses on Cities and Tourism.

Location Queensland, Australia

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  • Dear FRed, if you google 'personal encounters' and r'aising awareness', you will find several books/artciles. A good one is Interpersonal encounter: theory and practice in sensitivity training
    by Lakin, Martin

  • This is really great, bravo!

  • Yes agree, I like this music also! It is open access music, and I will ask the link for you.

  • Thank you so much for your comment! Now that you have seen all this good will, maybe a (new) call for volunteer could be done in your museum ;)

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  • Thank you for your feedback! I agree with you: reading the comments is really food for thought!

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  • Thank you for your feedback! re-your question, I guess this is why UNESCO and DOCOMOMO have been created for instance.

  • Thank you for your feedback!

  • Thank you very much! I am sure heritage project will be benefit from your skills!

  • Thank you for your feedback; we are glad it might have helped you to refine your options!

  • This is a very good point. Furthermore, all experiences are not tangible, some can be virtual.

  • Great! However, just a little thought, maybe new generations might want something a bit more technology oriented?

  • Great! Maybe we code add a QR code to link also to some website?

  • The Sirius Association will be happy for your purchase, thank you for them!

  • I have been a city guide myself and I loved learning from the crowd : there is always one person emotionally attached to the place. You will discover so many blind-the-scene stories. I wish you a great experience!

  • Great! Heritage needs people like you!

  • Thank you! Indeed research has shown that this is through personal encounters that people raise their awareness and develop better behaviours.

  • Great! Good luck on this new path!

  • Great example!

  • Great example, thanks! Also posing the question on creating heritage, well done!

  • Great example, thanks!

  • Well done!. I love your approach through safety. Do you know that actually death toll by selfies is running pretty high and tourism sites need now to address this issue? Food for thought :)

  • This is a very good point! Climate change is definitively one aspect that impacts our heritage, whether it be built or natural. I invite you to search for UNTWO conferences specialising on this aspect, very very interesting.

  • Agree!

  • Well done!

  • TRue, but a bit too short regarding the requested tasks:)

  • Agree! (however you were a bit oof track regarding the taks;))

  • Well done!

  • Well done!

  • Welcome Hechmi!

  • Welcome Daniela!

  • Welcome Sandra!

  • Hope it will help you in your decision! Welcome to the course!

  • Welcome to the course @PasiVirtamo

  • You're welcome!

  • Mass migration, colonial heritage...we are all coming back to the meaning and sense of this type of heritage: do we value the 'winner' ? Can values change overtime? Nothing is simple!

  • No worries!

  • Good point! I agree with you that engagement and empowerment might increase with the length of stay. However, there is still the question of values :)

  • I totally agree! Have a great week-end!

  • Karine Dupre replied to [Learner left FutureLearn]

    Goat, thanks! A new place I would have to visit one day :)