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Enhancing Participation in the Arts in the EU

Author : Victoria M. Ateca-Amestoy
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In this book, participation in the arts is analyzed as a substantial contributory factor to European citizenship, and also as a tool for improving individual and societal wellbeing through educational and inclusive policies. It offers an up-to-date overview of ongoing research on the measurement and analysis of, and prospects for, traditional and new forms of cultural engagement in Europe. It describes and assesses available methods and participation in the arts and seeks to determine how and to what extent the various drivers, policies and barriers matter. This publication is the final output of the work done by the members of the EU Project “Assessing effective tools to enhance cultural participation,” which brought together social scientists and cultural practitioners in joint projects, conferences and seminars, to reflect on the current situation and the challenges faced by managers of cultural and arts institutions and cultural policy makers.

Enhancing Participation in the Arts in the EU

Author : Victoria M. Ateca-Amestoy
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In this book, participation in the arts is analyzed as a substantial contributory factor to European citizenship, and also as a tool for improving individual and societal wellbeing through educational and inclusive policies. It offers an up-to-date overview of ongoing research on the measurement and analysis of, and prospects for, traditional and new forms of cultural engagement in Europe. It describes and assesses available methods and participation in the arts and seeks to determine how and to what extent the various drivers, policies and barriers matter. This publication is the final output of the work done by the members of the EU Project ?Assessing effective tools to enhance cultural participation,? which brought together social scientists and cultural practitioners in joint projects, conferences and seminars, to reflect on the current situation and the challenges faced by managers of cultural and arts institutions and cultural policy makers.

Enhancing Cultural Participation in the EU

Author : Juan Prieto-Rodriguez
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In this book, cultural participation is analyzed as a substantial aspect of European citizenship, but also as a tool for improving individual and societal wellbeing through educational and inclusive policies. It offers an up-to-date overview of ongoing research on the measurement, analysis and prospects of traditional and new forms of cultural engagement in Europe. It describes and assesses available methods and cultural participation and seeks to determine how and how much the various drivers, policies and barriers matter. This publication is the final output of the work done by the members of the EU project “Assessing effective tools to enhance cultural participation,” which brought together social scientists and cultural practitioners in joint projects, conferences and seminars, to reflect on the current situation and the challenges faced by managers of cultural institutions and cultural policy makers. The project was awarded a European Union Grant by the CULTURE 2007-2013 program.

Cultural Policies in Europe

Author : Emmanuel Négrier
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At first glance, participation appears to be a constant goal throughout the history of cultural policies, adapting itself to very diverse configurations in time and space. However, some see it as a lever for social and cultural innovation that marks a breakthrough in several areas of public policy. Authors: Félix Dupin-Meynard, Emmanuel Négrier, Lluís Bonet, Giada Calvano, Luisella Carnelli, Elettra Zuliani. Coédité par Occitanie en scène Avec le partenariat de : CEPEL, Université de Montpellier, Universistat de Barcelona, Creative Europe, BeSpectACTive!, Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Ministère de la Culture.

Cultural Heritage in the European Union

Author : Andrzej Jakubowski
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This volume offers a critical inquiry into the ever-evolving notion of cultural heritage and the way it has been made accessible, governed, and protected by the institutional, operational, and legal structures of the European Union.

A Textbook of Cultural Economics

Author : Ruth Towse
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This second edition offers a comprehensive, up-to-date overview and analysis of cultural economics in the digital creative economy.

Handbook of Cultural Economics Third Edition

Author : Ruth Towse
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Cultural economics has become well established as a subject of interest for students and teachers of courses ranging from economics to arts administration as well as for policy-makers and practitioners in the creative industries. Digitisation has had a tremendous impact on many areas of the creative economy and the third edition of this popular book fully reflects it.

Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population Healthy and Active Aging

Author : Qin Gao
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This three volume set of LNCS 12207, 12208 and 12209 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population, ITAP 2020, held as part of the 22nd International Conference, HCI International 2020, which took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, in July 2020. The conference was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The total of 1439 papers and 238 posters have been accepted for publication in the HCII 2020 proceedings from a total of 6326 submissions. ITAP 2020 includes a total of 104 regular papers which are organized in topical sections named: Involving Older Adults in HCI Methodology , User Experience and Aging, Aging and Mobile and Wearable Devices, Health and Rehabilitation Technologies, Well-being, Persuasion, Health Education and Cognitive Support, Aging in Place, Cultural and Entertainment Experiences for Older Adults, Aging and Social Media, Technology Acceptance and Societal Impact.

Managing the Cultural Business

Author : Michela Addis
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The arts and cultural sector has always been a challenging area in which to find business success; the advent of the global health crisis due to COVID-19 has greatly amplified these challenges. Thanks to the expertise of 22 scholars, this text elaborates on the most common key strategic mistakes and misunderstandings to help arts and cultural organizations finding success. This book starts by looking at the evolution of competition in those industries. Several new and challenging drivers shape the competitive environments of arts and cultural organizations. A customer-centric approach helps in identifying ten crucial managerial processes in which strategic mistakes are commonly made. This book proposes a revised managerial vision of the key processes that constitute every arts and cultural organization. Each chapter offers an innovative analysis of a classic managerial problem, describing popular mistakes and providing case-based insights derived from real world important examples. Specifically, each chapter elaborates on two illuminating examples, one of which is always chosen among the Italian arts and cultural organizations, thus belonging to the world’s leading cultural sector. Speaking to current and student arts managers, this insightful book channels national and supranational cultural heritage to provide essential reading for managers of present and future arts and cultural organizations.

The Routledge Companion to Arts Management

Author : William J. Byrnes
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The Routledge Companion to Arts Management contains perspectives from international scholars, educators, consultants, and practitioners sharing opinions, exploring important questions, and raising concerns about the field. The book will stimulate conversations, foster curiosity, and open pathways to different cultural, philosophical, ideological, political, national, and generational insights. Four broad thematic areas are used to organize current topics in the field of arts and culture management. Part I introduces a mixture of perspectives about the history and evolution of the practice and study of arts management, the role of arts managers, and how arts management is being impacted by the digital age. Part II focuses on the dynamics of entrepreneurship, change processes, and leadership practices. Part III includes globally focused topics on cultural policy, cultural rights, and community building. Part IV examines a sampling of topics related to functional activities that are common to arts and culture organizations around the world such as marketing, planning, increasing diversity, hiring, fundraising, and sustainability. This book builds a comprehensive understanding of what arts management can mean in an international context creating an essential resource for students, scholars and reflective practitioners involved at the intersection of business and the arts.