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Landscaping Boulder Bay, Canterbury, New Zealand: The emergent and contested classification of authentic heritage baches and an endangered species of penguin
(Lincoln University, 2012)
In a world that is continually ‘coming-into-being’, particular landscapes become sites of contest when inhabitants seek to hold on to certain configurations or re-shape them. Depending on whether they are constitutive of ...
Exerting power in a landscape management controversy: a case study for the proposed Penguin Parade at Boulder Bay
(Lincoln University. Landscape Architecture Group., 2004)
Managing the future of places that are esteemed for both their cultural and natural heritage values is becoming increasingly contentious. This paper examines the spatialised strategies of two groups attempting to influence ...