Visual Repertoire, Focusing Activity and the 'Value of Heritage': Using the 'mental library of views' to evoke local place-identity, Britain and Europe: PhD Thesis, Lancaster University (2002)

Jonathan Kenny, 2003

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Visual Repertoire, Focusing Activity and the 'Value of Heritage': Using the 'mental library of views' to evoke local place-identity, Britain and Europe: PhD Thesis, Lancaster University (2002)

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
World regionContinental Europe
TGNWorld, Europe
Grid reference Latitude longitude
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Subject Event Type (England)FIELD SURVEY
Event Type (England)THEMATIC SURVEY
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsLandscape assessment
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Period MIDASModern
Project dates Created From01-JAN-2002
Created To31-DEC-2002
First Released25-SEP-2003
Last Modified06-MAR-2006
Related information Is Format ofKenny, J. (2002) Visual Repertoire, Focusing Activity and the 'Value of Heritage': Using the 'mental library of views' to evoke local place-identity, Britain and Europe, Lancaster University
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