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    “…Future perpsctives for the improvement in the conservation of museological textiles are also given. This research aims to produce a sustainable material based on polycaprolactone (PCL), with and without antimicrobial function by incorporating Lavandula luisieri essential oil (EO), in the form of a non-woven substrate for museological packaging. …”
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    “…Furthermore, the use of material for DNA extraction is restricted to preserve the appearance of these valuable museological specimens. Thus, the most challenging part in this perspective is to harvest sufficient DNA of good quality for further testing without damaging the specimens. …”
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    “…This communication clarifies the relationship between Information Science, Heritage and Museology, presenting the information professional as a partner of Museology, working the object as a document with communicative properties, as a message intended for a specific audience and as information that impacts that audience.…”
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    by Ritchie, Nicole
    Published 2022
    “…I turn to Melanie Klein’s psychoanalytic framework to position ‘museums-on-prescription’ as a redemptive strategy of museology’s foundational paranoid and manic reparative logic. …”
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    by Willen, Sarah S.
    Published 2019
    “…Finally, what might we learn from the exhibition about the potential role of museums and museology in sparking public engagement with health and human rights issues, especially in settings where human rights have some rhetorical power but lack legal or political traction?…”
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    “…In recent years, the contribution of various disciplines and professionals (i.e., from marketing, computer science, psychology, and pedagogy) to museum management has encouraged the development of a new conception of museology. Specifically, psychology has affected the overall conception of museum and the visitors toward a more holistic vision of the museum experience as a complexity of memory, personal drives, group identity, meaning-making process, as well as leisure preferences. …”
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    by Bembibre, Cecilia, Strlič, Matija
    Published 2022
    “…Knowledge in this field is produced at the intersection of history, heritage science, chemistry, archaeology, anthropology, art history, sensory science, olfactory museology, sensory geography and other domains. Drawing on perspectives from system dynamics, an approach which focuses on how parts of a system and their relationships result in the collective behaviours of the system, we will outline a series of practices relevant to this field and identify the elements, materials and competences involved, as well as the connections and interactions. …”
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    “…The objective of this article is to propose a model for the flux of scientific information in the areas of information in Brazil (Archival Science, Library Science, Information Sciences and Museology). It was conceived departing from quantitative data extracted from a random of 266 research projects in the data base of the Platform Lattes, which were developed between 2005 and 2019 for research doctors that act in the areas of information. …”
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    by Walsh, Maria, Kokoli, Alexandra
    Published 2022
    “…Referring to several artists’ practices, such as Lisa Reihana, Erika Tan, and especially Kader Attia’s concept of repair, as well as a number of museological approaches to restitution, we expand on the complexities of ongoing coloniality and its implication with museums as institutions, practices of collection and display, and highly charged psychoactive spaces. …”
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