A Tradition of Adaptation: Preserving the Ritual for Paebaengi
This chapter considers the effects of cultural policy in Okinawa, Japan's southernmost prefecture, as an example of a region-led approach to cultural heritage within the framework of national law. It presents case studies of the implementation of local and national cultural policy and considers some of these social and political meanings and objectives. Cultural property designations have had a number of direct effects on the way in which Okinawa is culturally and politically imagined at local,...[Show more]
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