Social Capital Ellaboration in the Archaeological Heritage Conservation Center – Indonesia : Preserving Cultural Identity


Archaeological Heritage Conservation Center (abbreviated BP3) is a technical implementation unit of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Indonesia that located in the region. In East Java, this institution has a library and the museum. Management concerns and practices of BP3 is carrying out the preservation of cultural identity through cultural communication of information and knowledge about the local genius as a basis for the development of capital obtained from and for the community. This paper tries to find out how BP3 East Java develop cultural communication through the elaboration framework of social capital. The authors search for the data through the internship work has been carried out in july-august 2011, websites, and interviews some employees at BP3 Regarding the development of the program. Following that, the data is classified into some categories and finally each category is discussed. This is only preliminary research, and there were still many areas that need to be covered. For further research, improvisation cooperation with the humanist needs to discover and gain in-depth

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Kartika Sari Nur Laila Agustina Sabah, University of Indonesia, Indonesia

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Conference: LibrAsia2015
Stream: Librarianship - Archives

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