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The Sociology and Management of the Arts

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This series advances sociological and interdisciplinary research, providing contexts for understanding the multifaceted and interwoven factors that characterize the arts in society today. It seeks to showcase new empirical work, ground-breaking theoretical approaches, and recent debates within the sociology and management of the arts, with special attention to works that offer long-lasting theoretical and empirical contributions. Although the arts provide the gravitational centre of the series, it invites a variety of approaches which may include anything from production to criticism, expression to economics, management and curation to consumption, and cultural heritage and urban creativity to cultural policy. In bringing new work on this topic together, its distinctive asset is its dynamic nature and its field-defining mission in collecting a new corpus of scholarly work that promotes a sociological understanding of the arts in society.

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Accomplishing Cultural Policy in Europe Financing, Governance and Responsiveness

Accomplishing Cultural Policy in Europe: Financing, Governance and Responsiveness

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Edited By Christopher Mathieu, Valerie Visanich
May 27, 2024

This book investigates the activities undertaken by the variety of actors that contribute to accomplishing cultural policy in Europe. These range from policy formulation and administration at the national and local levels, to artistic and cultural production activities to institutional governance....

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