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Journal Articles International Journal of Heritage Studies Year : 2009

Dynamics of Informal Networking: Two Studies of Cattle Draft in the Perspective of Deeper Time.

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At the present time, two thirds of the world's farmers work with draft animals, most especially cattle. This has become exceptional in Europe, but such practices are today attracting attention as an example of intangible heritage seen in the new light of sustainability. This study is two-pronged, focusing on the promotion of cattle draft through informal networking today and on an early medieval example of the process of engaging with technological change involving both material and immaterial heritage.
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hal-00486292 , version 1 (25-05-2010)

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Cozette Griffin-Kremer. Dynamics of Informal Networking: Two Studies of Cattle Draft in the Perspective of Deeper Time.. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 2009, 15 (2 & 3), pp.192-208. ⟨hal-00486292⟩
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