Mental Health in Museums : Exploring the reactions of visitors and community groups to mental health exhibitions
Recent changes in museological thought and practice have centred on the need for museums to address difficult social issues and to become more inclusive of a diverse range of peoples’ thoughts, opinions and beliefs. Yet, the topic of mental health has received little attention from heritage practitioners and museum scholars in this regard. This study addresses this gap by looking at four exhibitions (two in the UK and two in Australia) that discussed mental...[Show more]
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