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Title: Best practices for completing the comparative analysis for a cultural landscape such as the proposed Pimachiowin Aki World Heritage nomination
Authors: Didora, Christin
Supervisor: Davidson-Hunt, Iain (Natural Resources Management)
Examining Committee: Henley, Thomas (Natural Resources Management) Petch, Virginia (Northern Lights) Jones, Gord (Pimachiowin Aki Corporation)
Graduation Date: October 2010
Keywords: World Heritage Site
Comparative Analysis
Pimachiowin Aki
Nomination Document
Issue Date: 16-Sep-2010
Abstract: The purpose of this thesis was to develop the best practices for completing a comparative analysis for a cultural landscape World Heritage nomination document. The research focused on existing secondary documents including written reports and nomination documents, as well as experts’ opinions. The two objectives of the research were to complete an examination of the existing World Heritage literature and to establish the best practices to undertake the comparative analysis. A comparative analysis is required to provide comparisons of the nominated site with sites that are on the World Heritage List and those that are not. The material emphasis of the World Heritage Committee review process is challenging for associative cultural landscape nominations. The individuality of each landscape and associated culture is what makes traditional sites unique and challenging to compare to other global sites.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1993/4201
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