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| Eline B.J. Amsing | it important to have a voice in the decision-making process. This underlines the importance of the values assessment per stakeholder group in an early stage of the project, because then values-centred choices can be made and sustainable outcomes are secured because the places created are appreciated by the people they are created for. The insights from this study contribute to a better understanding of the values attributed to archaeological heritage by different groups of stakeholders. However, more data from a larger group of people about their views on archaeology would aid further research on heritage values and how the heritage sector could respond to this, both in the type of projects we initiate and the ways in which we engage with various stakeholders in heritage management. Acknowledgements Firstly, I would like to thank Dr. Monique van den Dries for being my thesis supervisor and for guiding me in writing this article. I would also like to thank Evert van Ginkel for his help and support in writing my thesis and all 22 interviewees for their willingness to participate in the research. Lastly, I would like to thank the editorial board of INTER-SECTION and the peer reviewer for their suggestions and reviews. 1 The modes of communication (Fung 2006) and the level of participation on the ‘participation ladder’ (Van Houwelingen et. al. 2014), as well as the efforts of the direct stakeholders to engage with the indirect stakeholders are further elaborated upon in Amsing 2015. These analyses are not included in the present article, as exceeding the scope of this article. Bibliography Amsing, E.B.J., 2015. Assessing all values and interests. Stakeholder engagement in the development of archaeological site parks in The Netherlands. Leiden: Leiden University, Faculty of Archaeology (unpublished master thesis). Avrami, E., R. Mason and M. de la Torre, 2000. Values and Heritage Conservation. Research Report. Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute. Bureau BUITEN 2012. Limes uitvoeringsagenda publieksbereik. Plan van aanpak. Internal report BUITEN, Bureau voor Economie & Omgeving, Utrecht. Duineveld, M., 2007. Ons erfgoed! Over het gesloten en elitaire karakter van het Nederlandse archeologiebeleid. Levend Erfgoed. Vakblad voor public folklore en public history 4(1), 10-15. Duineveld M., K. van Assche and R. Beunen, 2008. Uitgesloten amateurs in het nieuwe landschap van de p. 42 | VOL III | INTER-SECTION | 2017 Nederlandse archeologie. Vrijetijdstudies 26(4), 29-39. Duineveld M. and J. Kolen, 2009. Het sociaalwetenschappelijk onderzoek van erfgoed, in A.N. van der Zande and R. During (eds). Erfgoed en ruimtelijke planning; Sterft, gij oude vormen en gedachten!. Den Haag: Sdu Uitgevers BV, 135–153. Frijhoff, W., 2007. Dynamisch erfgoed. Amsterdam: SUN. Fung, A., 2006. Varieties of Participation in Complex Governance. Public Administration Review 66(1), 66-76. Gemeente Leiden, 2008. Plan van Aanpak Archeologisch Park Matilo. Internal report Gemeente Leiden. Gemeente Leiden, 2009. Raadsvoorstel 09.0042. Internal report Gemeente Leiden. Groenendijk, H. (2015). Meer democratie in de archeologie. Westerheem. Het tijdschrift voor de Nederlandse archeologie, oktober 2015(5), 281-289. Jerome, P., 2014. The Values-Based Approach to Cultural-Heritage Preservation. APT Bulletin 45(2), 3-8. Kolen, J., 2008. Een functionele geschiedenis, in M. Eerden, E. Luiten, A. Zande, van der., J. Kolen & R. During (eds). Op historische gronden: erfgoed in een context van ruimtelijk ontwerp, planning en democratie. Utrecht: Projectbureau Belv •‘•É”°€àÌ´ÄÀȸ)5…ͽ¸°H¸°€ÈÀÀȸÍ͕ÍÍ¥¹œY…±Õ•Ì¥¸ ½¹Í•Éمѥ½¸)A±…¹¹¥¹œè5•Ñ¡½‘½±½¥…°%ÍÍՕ́…¹ ¡½¥•Ì°¥¸4¸‘”±„)Q½Éɔ€¡•¤¸Í͕ÍÍ¥¹œÑ¡”Y…±Õ•Ì½˜ Õ±ÑÕɅ°!•É¥Ñ…”¸1½Ì)¹•±•ÌèQ¡”•ÑÑä ½¹Í•Éمѥ½¸%¹ÍÑ¥ÑÕє°€Ô´ÌÀ¸)5å•ÉÌ°¸°L¹8¸Mµ¥Ñ …¹4¸M¡…•È°€ÈÀÄÀ¸¥‘…Ñ¥Œ) …Í”MÑՑ䁽˜)…É…Í ɍ¡…•½±½¥…°M¥Ñ”°)½É‘…¸è)Mх­•¡½±‘•É́…¹!•É¥Ñ…”Y…±Õ•Ì¥¸M¥Ñ”5…¹…•µ•¹Ð¸)1½Ì¹•±•ÌèQ¡”•ÑÑä ½¹Í•Éمѥ½¸%¹ÍÑ¥ÑÕє¸)Aɽ©•Ñ‰Õɕ…ԁ1•¥‘͍¡”I¥©¸°€ÈÀÀܸ …Íѕ±±Õ´!½”)]½•É¸Mѕ‘•¹‰½ÕÝ­Õ¹‘¥œÁ±…¸¸%¹Ñ•É¹…°É•Á½ÉÐ)Aɽ©•Ñ‰Õɕ…ԁ1•¥‘͍¡”I¥©¸°UÑɕ¡Ð¸)Aɽ٥¹¥”iÕ¥µ!½±±…¹°€ÈÀÄи5……Ñɕ•±•¹Á…­­•Ð)ə½•‘±¥©¹•¸€ÈÀÄÔ¸Aɽ٥¹¥……°‰±…€ÌÌÈܸ%¹Ñ•É¹…°)ɕÁ½ÉЁAɽ٥¹¥”iÕ¥µ!½±±…¹°•¸!……œ¸)Y…¸Í͍¡”°,¸°€ÈÀÀиM¥¹Ì¥¸Ñ¥µ”¸¸¥¹Ñ•ÉÁɕѥٔ)…½Õ¹Ð½˜Õɉ…¸Á±…¹¹¥¹œ…¹‘•Í¥¸°Ñ¡”Á•½Á±”…¹)Ñ¡•¥È¡¥Íѽɥ•Ì¸]…•¹¥¹•¸è]…•¹¥¹•¸U¹¥Ù•ÉÍ¥Ñä¸)Y…¸‘•¸É¥•Ì°4¹ ¸°€ÈÀÄи ½µµÕ¹¥Ñäɍ¡…•½±½ä¥¸)Ñ¡”9•Ñ¡•É±…¹‘̸)½Õɹ…°½˜ ½µµÕ¹¥Ñäɍ¡…•½±½ä…¹)!•É¥Ñ…”€Ä Ä¤°€Øä´àà¸)Y…¸!½Õݕ±¥¹•¸°@¸°¸ ½•±”…¹@¸•­­•È°€ÈÀÄи) Õɝ•Éµ…¡Ð½À•¥•¸­É…¡Ðü•¸‰É•‘”Ù•É­•¹¹¥¹œÙ…¸)½¹ÑÝ¥­­•±¥¹•¸¥¸‰Õɝ•ÉÁ…ÉÑ¥¥Á…Ñ¥”¸•¸!……œèM½¥……°) Õ±ÑÕɕ•°A±…¹‰Õɕ…Ô¸