Cultural Symbols on Papua New Guinea’s Banknotes as Proof of Cultural Changes

Journal / Conference: Geografické rozhledy (Praha, ISSN 1210-3004)
Authors: Jan D. Bláha, Martin Soukup
Year: 2016
Number: 2
Category of Publication: Article in Journal
Pages, web: s. 24–25; s. 1–3
Keywords: banknotes, cultural artefact, cultural diversity, cultural change, Papua New Guinea
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Abstract: Similar to postage stamps, banknotes can be a valuable source of information about the world’s countries and their symbols. In addition to the great variety of cultural symbols of the various cultures of Papua New Guinea, the country’s banknotes also demonstrate a far-reaching cultural change, which is a result of its colonial past and present processes of globalization. This article makes a spatial analysis of cultural artefacts based on Papua New Guinea’s provinces to describe this change.
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