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Federation Museum Journal Vol. 25 | Department of Museums Malaysia
Display of a male human body in the Egyptian galleries of the British Museum photograph by the author. Moser, S and Smiles, S eds. Another justification is that nobody today makes claims for the ownership and possible return of such remains. Practical Ethics and jurnql Contemporary Museum.
What Are Exhibition Ethics? Chelius Stark, J Hence decisions about space, style, methods of presentation, and language are critical in meaning making on the part of the visitor. Faculty of Food Science mmuzium Nutrition. Moreover, curators have customarily downplayed or completely ignored the — usually concealed — ethical dimensions of museum text cf.
The winning labels are then displayed in the galleries next to the official ones see, among others, Seattle Art Museum The Art of Asia. International Journal of Cultural Property 12 2: The Art of Ethics. Printed Keluarga Mingguan Wanita Nona.
Why do Ethics Matter?
Making Early Histories in Museums. Most codes of ethics urge museums to give jurnla consideration to represented groups or beliefs.
A Framework for Assessing Excellence. Moreover, as Wood and Cotton In most cases visitors are completely unaware of this.
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Members of the community are often invited as consultants or as guest curators; in some cases curatorship is entirely done by community members Simpson Language Language is a powerful means of museum interpretation, not only because it conveys information, but mainly because it constructs knowledge about objects or themes on display.
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Moreover, exhibitions organised in consultation or collaboration with the communities represented is now a reality in many museums, especially in North America and Australia.
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FRIM is one of the few institutions in the world that has expertise and facilities covering all aspects of tropical forestry research and development in the above fields. Criticism and debate about the display of human remains has also influenced museological practice: Increasingly, however, museum staff are recognising and showing sensitivity to indigenous views, and the museum community is urged to realize that sacred objects are of even greater value to indigenous cultures than they are to museum professionals.
For the museum this may mean increased social responsiveness, delegating curatorial power through collaboration with interested parties, interrogating customary routines, and instigating dialogue cf.
Young, J and Brunk, Jyrnal In some instances tribal religious leaders have instructed museums about the care of objects.
Decisions about exhibition content bring about a whole set of crucial questions which may be divided into two groups.