However, the media not only carry information about the past in a neutral way, but also actively interpret past events and figures, cultural values and common identities, so in a sense, the media are also creating collective memories. In fact, the Grange Garden is a medium that conveys common memories and creates collective memories. The Grange Garden as a medium has three main functions - store, circulate and cue. In some way, the function of storage spanning the time, the function of circulation across the space and the function of cue cross the mind. At the first place, Grange Garden is one of the oldest landmarks in Grangetown.
The practice of the term has extended from processes to organizations, cultural communities and to individuals. The emergent interpretation of the cultural space is a combination of the integrity of a subject. It is easy to imagine how such type of integrity of subjects mold and remold the different motion of city space. In contemporary time the resistance is readily visible in the form of reinvent and regenerated traditional cultural. Resistance here is interpreting as conservation of different cultural communities and archiving, training for artists, cultural education centers, and both for indigenous people and cultural
Learning about our ancestors is extremely important. There are a couple of reasons as to why our genealogy is very important. The first reason is because it connects us with our past. Think of it as connecting the present to the past. Another reason as to why our genealogy is important is because you learn about your origins; where you came from.
Memorializing, can be an honor for such great sacrifice or even paying a tribute to a deep achievement that has occurred. The need for such memorials, can be complex, whether it be for people or events, that can lead to the creation of statues,or even in other cases, buildings. The way one builds the memorial as well, is a big part of many considerations on the way it is created, and what it brings today’s culture from the past. In the past and even today, citizens continue to build memorials in thought of what humans did to change our lives. Like people, memorials all have their stories, for instance like Source A, Source D, and Source E. As a matter of fact, the monumental core in Washington D,C, seems to bring people together, like if it is a place of sacred religion, rather than push them away.
Therefore, by taking economic, social, environmental issues into accounts is a key approach to develop sustainably in different contexts. According to Griggs et al. (2013), the improvement of life quality should be within the scope of earth’s ability to support human well-beings. They mentioned that the twin priorities for sustainable development goals(SDG) must be both the earth’s life-support system and poverty reduction . It is also noticeable that different from the common understanding, which often puts clean air, ecosystem services and biodiversity into the category of environmental sustainability, Griggs et al.
Cultural identity is “identity” which is how someone else or himself projects them to walk, talk, act, and but “cultural” is the traditions, values, backgrounds, and traditions they practice. This shows what makes up my thesis on cultural identity, As us humans we all have our values, beliefs and traditions that we have developed through the course of our
According to Pratt, as a ‘historical reservoir’, culture is an important factor in shaping identity. Cultural identity is both characteristic of the individual but also of the culturally identical group of members who share the same cultural identity. Cultural identity is important for people’s sense of self and how they relate to others. A strong cultural identity can contribute to people’s overall
Societies and cultures are going through changes. As long as people keep on inventing something that did not exist before, discover new things and also keep on spreading cultural qualities from one group to another, the changes will keep on continuing. Language, norms and values are important parts to culture which cannot be separated from one another. They always coexist. Language is the foundation of every culture which consists of word meanings and symbols which not only describes a culture but shapes it as well.
I see a city that can overcome all others around the globe. I see a city with boundless horizon. But the reason I am saying all of this, is because I want to step forward, I want to improve our home, I want to help this wonderful city achieve its maximum potential. But I can’t do it on my own. I need each one of you to do not only your best, but what is required for us to accomplish this goal, for us, to rebuild our city.
According to the dictionary: "Cultural heritage is the legacy of physical science artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that are inherited from past generations, maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit of future generations." Because of its fragility cultural heritage must be constantly preserved and valorised, UNESCO, the United Nation Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, was created in 1972 for this very reason, it included the preservation of cultural and natural site, in 1991 intangible heritage made it to the list, as well. UNESCO 's world heritage list has been widely acclaimed, and even described as the "equivalent of a Michelin Guide 5-star rating". However, we must ask ourselves, is it really so? Or do UNESCO and the World Heritage List have negative aspects as well?