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GESTÃO EM PROJETOS DE ARQUEOLOGIA

GESTÃO EM PROJETOS DE ARQUEOLOGIA

Author: Everson Paulo Fogolari

Publisher: Habilis Press Editora

Category: Archeology

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The archaeology has assumed a position of extreme relevance at the present, and especially, the archaeology of projects linked to impacting enterprises to the environment because of the demands of Brazilian law. This growth has been favoring the emergence of new projects and different perspectives on archaeological science and the Brazilian cultural heritage. However, many projects fail to express their efficiency and effectiveness not by the unwillingness of those involved, but because of the difficulty of the process that they deal with, if not by the managerial incapacity of such projects. Thus, the goal is to demonstrate that the management of projects in archaeology is the way that will enable a better result and success of archaeological projects. This management is sustained in the fundamentals of preventive archaeology, using the management technique of PDCA - P (Plan), D (Do), C (Check), A (Action) applied to archaeology projects, which will allow an involvement with inter and transdisciplinarity, providing greater openness and transparency of Archaeology projects. The archaeological act serves to create active interlocutor elements, opening windows through the senses, creators of perceptions and connections with the world. And, understand, include, organize, form, compute means learning to make complex, dynamic, and systemic networks. The managing in archaeology projects, when integrating multiple dimensions of the human being, is the result of a reflexive archaeology, which seeks a more complex approach to archaeological science and expands the possibilities of repercussions, understood in a local and global perspective.

ISBN: 978-85-60967-25-4

Length: 21 cm

Width: 14 cm

Weigth: 0,267 kg

Number of pages: 176