Items where Subject is "42. Qualitative analysis"

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Article

Aktürk, Gül (2020) Remembering traditional craftsmanship: conserving a heritage of woodworking in Rize, Turkey. International Journal of Intangible Heritage, 15 . pp. 134-146. ISSN 1975-3586 [Article]

Aktürk, Gül and Dastgerdi, Ahmadreza Shirvani (2021) Cultural landscapes under the threat of climate change: a systematic study of barriers to resilience. Sustainability, 13 (17). ISSN 2071-1050 [Article]

Aktürk, Gül and Fluck, Hannah (2022) Vernacular heritage as a response to climate: lessons for future climate resilience from Rize, Turkey. Lessons for future climate resilience from Rize, Turkey, Land, 11 (2). ISSN 2073-445X [Article]

Palmer, Mark (2016) Sustaining indigenous geographies through world heritage: a study of Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park. Sustainability Science, 11 (1). pp. 13-24. ISSN 1862-4065 [Article]

Palmer, Mark and Korson, Cadey (2020) Decolonizing World Heritage maps using indigenous toponyms, stories, and interpretive attributes. Cartographica, 55 (3). pp. 183-192. [Article]

Zupančič, Domen (2011) A general outline of economics from the viewpoint of inventing spatial forms. AR Architecture, Research, XII (3). pp. 15-22. ISSN 1581-6974 [Article]

Book Section

(2018) Egyptian Intangible Heritage between Preservation Management and Sustainable Development Pattern: Analysis of the Popular Craft of Manufacturing Mats. In: Trafford, A. De, Tassie, G. J., Wetering, J. van and Daly, O. El, (eds.) A River Runs through It: Studies in Honour of Prof. Fekri A. Hassan. Golden House Publications, London, pp. 226-242. ISBN 978-1-908137-37-3 [Book Section]

Book

(2015) Tangible risks, intangible opportunities: long-term risk preparedness and responses for threats to cultural heritage. 2013 theme: reducing risks to cultural heritage from uncontrolled development in a globalized world. Conference Volume. ICOMOS International 200p. Scientific Symposium (ICOMOS General Assemblies), 2013 Advisory Committee Scientific Symposium. ISBN 978-2-918086-16-1. [Book]

Abdulac, Samir, Alakasheh, Talal S., Burke, Sheridan, Cai, Chao, Cesaro, Giorgia, Chabbi, Amel, Chen, Tongbin, Cui, Limin, Fakhoury, Leen A., Fu, Jing, Fukuda, Mitsuharu, Haddad, Naif A., Han, Zhenyuan, Hui, Wang, Iwasaki, Yoshinori, Jerome, Pamela, Jia, Bin, Kelley, Stephen J., Kou, Vet, Langenbach, Randolph, Li, Chen, Liu, Jian, Liu, Yandong, Marrion, Christopher E., Nagaoka, Masanori, Nakagawa, Takeshi, Ni, Bin, Paolini, Anna, Qi, Fei, Riddett, Robyn, Rouhani, Bijan, Santana Quintero, Mario, Seif, Assaad, Shao, Pei-Chun, Shimoda, Ichita, Smars, Pierre, Su, Chunyu, Tong, Mingkang, Vadafari, Azadeh, van Balen, Koen, Vileikis, Ona, Wang, Lijun, Will, Thomas, Yamamoto, Nobuo, Yang, Zhaokai, Yu, Feng, Zhao, Peng, Zhou, Qian, Zhou, Limin and Zong, Yanhua (2014) Tangible risks, intangible opportunities: long-term risk preparedness and responses for threats to cultural heritage. Proceedings of the ICOMOS Scientific Symposium, 31 October 2012, Beijing, China. Conference Volume. ICOMOS, Charenton-le-Pont, France, 238p. Scientific Symposium (ICOMOS General Assemblies), 2012 Advisory Committee Scientific Symposium. ISBN 978-2-918086-14-7. [Book]

Thesis

Amer, Mohamed (2015) Developing Innovative Marketing Plan to Augment the Visitation of Egyptian World Heritage Site(s): a Case Study on Saladin Citadel. Masters thesis, Helwan University (Egypt) and Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (Germany). [Thesis]

Rodrigues, Chenelle Fatima (2020) Comparison of the vernacular earthen architecture in Goa (past Portuguese colony in India) and Alentejo (Portugal): Local building cultures and conservation approaches = Comparaison de l’architecture vernaculaire en terre de Goa (ancienne colonie portugaise en Inde) et de l’Alentejo (Portugal): Cultures constructives locales et approches de conservation. Other thesis, École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Grenoble. [Thesis]

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