CULTURAL HERITAGE AS A TOOL FOR DEVELOPMENT AND DIPLOMACY: EXAMINING FURTHER USES OF UNESCO'S INTANGIBLE HERITAGE-BASED SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS FOR WOMEN

@inproceedings{Lowe2013CULTURALHA,
  title={CULTURAL HERITAGE AS A TOOL FOR DEVELOPMENT AND DIPLOMACY: EXAMINING FURTHER USES OF UNESCO'S INTANGIBLE HERITAGE-BASED SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS FOR WOMEN},
  author={Tiffany M. Lowe},
  year={2013}
}
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