Ritical Commentary on National Trust Annual Report 2011-2012

Write a critical commentary on page 8 to page 42 of the National Trust annual report 2011-2012.
This should include the sections Our strategy (and subsections), Bringing places to life, Getting outdoors and closer to nature, performing at our best, Future plans, and Our finances in brief.

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This is a CRITICAL commentary, so please DO NOT just write a review or a description of the source.
You can use any sources that are relevant as reference material, and the ones provided are only possibilities.
Please do not write more than 100 words over the limit (excluding bibliography).
Thank you for your time.

Possible secondary sources:

-Benton, R. (2010) Understanding Heritage and Memory (Understanding Global Heritage). Manchester: Manchester University Press
-Cleere, H (ed.) (1989) Archaeological Heritage Management in the Modern World. London: Routledge
-Fairlough, G. et al (2008) The Heritage Reader. London: Routledge
Harrison, R. (2010) Understanding the Politics of Heritage (Understanding Global Heritage). Manchester: Manchester University Press
-Labadi, S and C. Lang (2010) Heritage and Globalisation, London: Routledge
-West, S. (2010) Understanding Heritage In Practice (Understanding Global Heritage). Manchester: Manchester University Press



Adorno, T (2001) The Culture Industry: Selected Essays on Mass Culture. London: Routledge

Carman, John (2005) Against Cultural Property: Archaeology Heritage and Ownership, Duckworth Debates in Archaeology (Chapter 5)

Clifford, James (1988) The Predicament of Culture: Twentieth-Century Ethnography, Literature, and Art. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press (On collecting art and culturea, pp215-251)

English Heritage. (2008) a?Sustaining the Historic Environment: New Perspectives on the Futurea in The Heritage Reader, G. Fairclough et al (eds), pp. 313-322. London: Routledge

Fairclough, G. (2008) a?New Heritage, A Introductory Essay a People, Landscape and Changea in The Heritage Reader, G. Fairclough et al (eds), pp. 297-312. London: Routledge

Harrison, R (2010) a?What is Heritagea in Understanding the Politics of Heritage, R. Harrison (ed.), pp. 5-43. Manchester: Manchester University Press


Harrison, R and A. Linkman (2010) a?Critical Approaches to Heritagea in Understanding the Politics of Heritage, R. Harrison (ed.), pp. 5-43. Manchester: Manchester University Press

Hewison, R (1999 [1987]) a?The Climate of Declinea in Representing the Nation: A Reader. Histories, Heritage and Museums, D. Boswell and J. Evans (eds), pp. 151-162. London: Routledge in association with The Open University

Hewison, R (1987) The Heritage Industry: Britain in a Climate of Decline. London: Methuen