The public meaning and the appropriate social uses of historical sites are fundamental for their preservation. Levi and del Rio discuss the results of an attitude survey of three California Missions. The respondents' perception their authenticity, the appropriateness of their uses, and the acceptance of modifications have important implications for planning and management.
Levi, Daniel and del Rio, Vicente
"Attitudes Toward Preservation and Management of Historic Religious Sites: A Study of Three Missions in California,"
1, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/focus/vol15/iss1/15
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