Heritage: Identification, Conservation and Management
OUP Australia and New Zealand
The concept of "heritage" covers the elements of the world that we feel are worth preserving for future generations. This book examines the wide variety of immovable or place-based heritage sites that make up a cultural and national heritage, from historic areas and buildings to the wilderness. Australian perceptions and approaches are discussed and compared to those in the US, New Zealand, and several western European countries.