AbstractThe importance of the historic built environment to local communities and its ability to foster a sense of place is an issue at the heart of current heritage impact research. This thesis is primarily concerned with how public monuments, as a focus for the localisation of memories and narratives, can contribute to the development of social capital, sense of place, and a sense of community identity.
|Date of Award||Jan 2014|
“It was the heart of the town”: two public monuments, cultural memory and oral histories in Walkden and Hastings
McIntosh, A. (Author). Jan 2014
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis