Il ruolo dell’educazione per la governance del patrimonio culturale immateriale come bene comune = The role of education in the governance of the intangible cultural heritage as a common good


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The role of education in the governance of the intangible cultural heritage as a common good. This contribution reflects upon the most effective form of goverment for the management of intangible cultural heritage as a common good and identifies a way in the local dimension, in a community management of the cultural assets. From an educational point of view, it’s about promoting social relationships, reciprocity, mutual aid and the awareness of citizens of having power and the ability to be actors in the process of management. We come to outline this role of education after making clear the definition of common good and of intangible cultural heritage, and explainig how this can be considered a common good and managed with a model of governance. Through a case of study (the Disciplinary Or.Vi. and the San Vito fair in Ortelle) explored with the analysis of experimental studies and narrative interviews to privileged witnesses, we back up the possibility to apply the Ostrom model to the governance of the intangible cultural heritage.

DOI Code: 10.1285/i22840753n11p93

Keywords: intangible cultural heritage; commons; community management; governance; community empowerment; role of education.

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