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References

Portions of this chapter were adapted from:

Brochu, Lisa and Tim Merriman
Personal Interpretation: Connecting Your Audience to Heritage Resources.
Kohen, Richard and Kim Sikoryak
2003 Thematic Interpretation – A Framework for Exploring Meaning. Intermountain Support Office.
Larsen, David L.
2000 Turning Controversy into Opportunity, Controversy as Opportunity. Stephen T. Mather Training Center. The section “Interpreting Controversy” was adapted from this paper.
Larsen, David L.
2003 Meaningful Interpretation: How to Connect Hearts and Minds to Places, Objects, and Other Resources. Eastern National Parks and Monuments Association.
NPS Training Manager for Interpretation, Education, and Cooperating Associations (editor)
2000 Effective Interpretation of Archeological Resources: The Archeology-Interpretation Shared Competency Course of Study (Module 440).
Smith, George S. and John E. Ehrenhard (editors)
1991 Protecting the Past. CRC Press.

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