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From ‘Heritage Adepts’ to Historical Reconstructionists: Observations on Contemporary Estonian Male Heritage-Based Artisanry

conference of the project “Promoting Natural Material Know-How” held at Tallinn University, September 14, 2012. Ränk, Gustav. 1934. Peipsi kalastusest . Tartu: Õpetatud Eesti Selts. Shlapentokh, Vladimir. 1989. Public and Private Life of the Soviet People . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Silberman, Neil Asher. 2013. Discourses of Development: Narratives of Cultural Heritage as an Economic Resource. – Heritage and Tourism: Place, Encounter, Engagement , edited by Russell Staiff, Robyn Bushell and Steve Watson. London; New York, NY: Routledge, 213

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“The Narrative is Ambiguous and that Location Isn’t the Right Location”: Presenting and Interpreting Medieval Saints Today in Canterbury, Durham and York

-War England. Doctoral thesis. https://www.academia.edu/26832584/Belief_in_Ghosts_in_Post-War_England (accessed May 15, 2019). Curtis, Simon. 2016. English Cathedrals: Events and Spiritual Capital. – International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage 4 (2): 1–11. Davie, Grace. 2012. A Short Afterword: Thinking Spatially About Religion. – Culture and Religion 13 (4): 485–489. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/14755610.2012.728387 . Dégh, Linda. 2001. Legend and Belief: Dialectics of a Folklore Genre. Bloomington, IN; Indianapolis, IN: Indiana

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The Mexican ‘Pueblos Mágicos’. A Qualitative Research Using Ethnological Methodology

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The main focus of this study is on the ‘magical villages‘ in Mexico. The magical villages were originally established based on a political project with the aim to increase travel and tourism and revitalise the culture. In the introduction, the author describes the type, function and goals of this project based on the official requirements set by its originators. Firstly, the author explains the aims and methods of the intended research supported with theoretical hypothesis to analyse the project as a whole. Secondly, the author defines the methodology used to describe locations of the researched topic. In conclusion, the author provides own hypothesis and expected outcomes of the research.

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Ethnicity in Space and Everyday Practice: an Outline of a General Framework with Examples from New Mexico

Geographies. Progress in Human Geography Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 486-501. MÁCHA, P. (2006): Los Matachines. Identita a politika v Novém Mexiku na příkladu tance. Český lid Vol. 93, No. 2, pp. 179-198. MÁCHA, P. (2007): Los Comanches de Nuevo México. Hybridita, autenticita a politika identity v Novém Mexiku. Český lid Vol. 94, No. 2, pp. 141-156. MÁCHA, P. (2013): Resistance through Tourism: Identity, Imagery, and Tourism Marketing in New Mexico. Joao Sarmento - Eduardo Brito-Henriques (eds.) Tourism in the Global South: Heritages

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Woven Identities: Socioeconomic Change, Women’s Agency, and the Making of a Heritage Art in Jølster, Norway

. Bakke, Heidi Lise. 2014. Ho har ein utryddingstrua hobby . Førde: NRK Sogn og Fjordane. http://www.nrk.no/sognogfjordane/ho-har-ein-utryddingstrua-hobby-1.11960173 (accessed December 2, 2016). Baron, Robert. 2010. Sins of Objectification? Agency, Mediation, and Community Cultural Self-Determination in Public Folklore and Cultural Tourism Programming. – Journal of American Folklore 123: 63–91. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5406/jamerfolk.123.487.0063 . Becker, Jane S. 1998. Selling Tradition: Appalachia and the Construction of an American Folk, 1930 – 1940

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