Leaving school and intangible cultural heritage
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This thesis uses the example of school departure rituals, such as the school ball and graduation ceremony, to examine how Intangible Cultural Heritage is represented in scholarly heritage literature. The study draws on interview data collected from secondary students in their final year of schooling to establish if there is a place in heritage literature and policy for Intangible Cultural Heritage performed in a Western context by young people.
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