Conflicting and competing claims over the actual and imagined
use of land and seascapes are exacerbated on islands with high
population density. The management of culture and heritage is
particularly tested in island environments where space is finite
and the population struggles to preserve cultural and natural
assets in the face of the demands of the construction industry,
immigration, high tourism and capital investment. Drawn from
extreme island scenarios, the ten case studies in this volume
review practices and policies for effective heritage management and
offer rich descriptive and analytic material about land-use
conflict. In addition, they point to interesting, new directions in
which research, public policy and heritage management
||Space and Place
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