Essays about: "Materiell Kultur"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 8 essays containing the words Materiell Kultur.

  1. 1. Memories of Life and Death : Three Practices of Remembering in Post-Dictatorial Argentina

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för ABM

    Author : Karin Hultin Bäckersten; [2017]
    Keywords : Collective Memory; Cultural Heritage; Dirty War; Disappeared persons; Memorials; Kollektivt minne; kulturarv; försvunna personer; minnesmärken; smutsiga kriget i Argentina;

    Abstract : Syftet med denna uppsats är att diskutera några av de minnespraktiker i efterdiktaturens Argentina som behandlar det kollektiva minnet av det Smutsiga Kriget och de som blev utsatta för tvångsförsvinnande. Praktikerna som studerats är Madres de Plaza de Mayo, minnesplatser upprättade i före detta fångläger och Parque de la Memoria. READ MORE

  2. 2. Ephemeral Selves: A semiotic cultural analysis of a Swedish bicycle helmet campaign

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Avdelningen för etnologi

    Author : Robin Öberg; [2016]
    Keywords : Applied Cultural Analysis; Bicycle Helmets; C.S. Peirce; Cultural Anthropology; Ephemeral Selves; European Ethnology; Evaluation; Governance; MACA; Marketing; Material Culture; Materiality; Mixed-Methods Approach; Performance; Policy; Semiotics; Social Self; Statistics; Traffic Safety Campaign; Qualitative Insight; Cykelhjälmar; Efemära Själv; Europeisk Etnologi; Kvalitativ Insikt; Kulturantropologi; Marknadsföring; Materiell Kultur; Materialitet; Riktlinjer; Semiotik; Socialt Själv; SPSS; Statistik; Styrmedel; Tillämpad Kulturanalys; trafiksäkerhetskampanjer; Uppträdande; Cultural Sciences; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In 2014, Lund municipality in Sweden handed out 830 bicycle helmets for free. Such governance campaigns are commonplace in Sweden, yet no campaign has ever been evaluated. There are two research aims to this thesis. First, to evaluate how many of the 830 cyclists actually wear the bicycle helmets that they received. READ MORE

  3. 3. To Sample, or Not to Sample: That Is the Question : The use of scientific analytical methods on archaeological collections.

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för ABM

    Author : Aili Törmä Maria; [2016]
    Keywords : Archaeology; Archaeological science; Artefacts; Collections management; Micro-destructive method; Museum; Non-destructive method.; Arkeologi; föremål; icke-destruktiv metod; laborativ arkeologi; micro-destruktiv metod; museisamlingar; museum.;

    Abstract : The thesis explores the complex area between preservation of museum collections, and the need to allow access to the collections and the artefacts for researchers. The focus is on archaeological collections, and inorganic materials in particular. READ MORE

  4. 4. Political Entrepreneurs and Regioneers: A Netnographic Study of Regional Identity and Soft Regionalism in Somerset, England

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Avdelningen för etnologi

    Author : Zachary Mooney; [2015]
    Keywords : identity; cultural analysis; political entrepreneur; commodification; soft regionalism; heritage; region; Somerset; England; Britain; MACA; Cultural Sciences;

    Abstract : Soft regionalism and regional identities in Great Britain has seldom been explored beyond the national debates of Scotland, Wales, and Cornwall. Many recent local studies in England have, too, been neglected. READ MORE

  5. 5. Opus Alchemicum : Of myths and affects

    University essay from KTH/Arkitektur

    Author : Beatrice Orlandi; [2014]
    Keywords : Alchemy; prussian blue; Myths; affect; Romania; gold; metamorphosis; tower; fountain; garden; horses; honey; music and space; performance; gipsy; nomadic; diaspora; traditions; ritual; ritual objects; girl and built envinronment;

    Abstract : Opus Alchemicum explores the fabrication of “reality” upon imagination, and the affective relation between ideas and matter in the built environment. Like an alchemic experiment, through the manipulation of real facts and their transformation into myth, stories, rituals and objects, the project tries to demonstrate how myths are not just produced but also produce “real” by creating a collective understanding and a pattern of relations, roles and ideas. READ MORE