Interpreting Cultural and Natural Heritage for a Better World - Print

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978-1-57167-865-2
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Pages: 513

Dimensions: 10 × 7 × 1 in

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Interpreting Cultural and Natural Heritage provides a broad overview of the field of interpretation by introducing interpretation, discussing the value of interpretation, and examining the guiding principles of interpretation. Moreover, it explores how to interpret, the management of interpretation, and the growth of the profession. It equips the reader with the overall knowledge, as well as techniques and abilities, to work effectively as an interpreter.

The authors have more than 125 years of combined experience in the broad field of interpretation. This book has a wide potential audience that includes university students, instructors and trainers, front-line interpreters (who are permanent, seasonal, or volunteer), interpretive site managers and directors, and researchers. Others might merely want to know what interpretation is all about.