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3.2 INTEGRATING MULTICULTURAL EUROPE (SOCIAL ARENA)
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The museum as ‘social arena’ develops ideas and top- ics in order to involve the visitor in the discussion and the exploration of the cultural heritage of today’s mul- ticultural Europe. It offers intercultural museum work that promotes social integration through dialogue and thus attracts new groups of visitors.
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3.3 BRIDGING-THE-GAP (ACTIVATION, PARTICIPATION AND ROLE MODIFICATION)
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Museum visitors which are not yet engaged may be attracted by interactive involvement with objects and staging (e.g. hands on elements). By letting visitors express their own associations and connections to the cultural heritage it is possible to forge links between the professional perception of museum experts and the perspectives of laymen. This shall help the mu- seums to recognize the fact that the signi cance of the cultural heritage is not static but is created in the process of individual and collective construction.
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