The long horizon: The shared value of museums// Andrew J. Pekarik

Science Education and Museums - - —综述与述 评— -

Author's address Smithsonian institution, e-mail: Abstract Probably as far back as we humans go, we have been dependent on cultural continuity. Essential parts of culture exist on multiple levels: individual, family, community, region, nation, and so on. It’s the sharing of critical elements across these levels that maintains a working society. The value of a geographical or physical space for culture-keeping lies in those shared values, for which museums provide a living matrix. Keywords museums, visitor experiences, visitor studies

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