Cultural citizenship : civil society and cultural policy in Europe / Dorota Ilczuk

By: Ilczuk, Dorota.
CIRCLE.
ISBN: 9066500700.Publisher: Amsterdam : Boekmanstudies : Circle, 2001Description: 121 p.Summary: Cultural Citizenship is an analytical approach to cultural policy and the development of civil society in Europe. Dorota Ilczuk, assistant professor Economy at Jagiellonian University in Cracow, identifies the possibilities and prospects of influencing through cultural policy, the development of civil societies in the new democracies of Europe. The research encompasses both theoretical discussions and a commentary on expert views from Estonia, Finland, Great Britain, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, the Netherlands, Poland and Slovenia. The research provides a social, artistic and above all an economic view of civil society in Europe. There are opportunities, threats and conditions related to the pursuit of cultural policy based on a civil society. These are brought to the fore in this book which evaluates the present status quo of the pro-citizen approach to cultural policy in Europe. Cultural Citizenship can both challenge and provide inspiration for researchers, policy-makers and third-sector advocates. (Font: Editor)
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Cultural Citizenship is an analytical approach to cultural policy and the development of civil society in Europe. Dorota Ilczuk, assistant professor Economy at Jagiellonian University in Cracow, identifies the possibilities and prospects of influencing through cultural policy, the development of civil societies in the new democracies of Europe.

The research encompasses both theoretical discussions and a commentary on expert views from Estonia, Finland, Great Britain, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, the Netherlands, Poland and Slovenia. The research provides a social, artistic and above all an economic view of civil society in Europe.

There are opportunities, threats and conditions related to the pursuit of cultural policy based on a civil society. These are brought to the fore in this book which evaluates the present status quo of the pro-citizen approach to cultural policy in Europe. Cultural Citizenship can both challenge and provide inspiration for researchers, policy-makers and third-sector advocates. (Font: Editor)

Introduction -- 1. Cultural Policy and Civil Society in Literature -- 2. In Search of Dependence between Cultural Policy and Civil Society -- 3. Characteristics of the Connection between Cultural Policy and Civil Society based on a Research Survey: Aims ; Scope ; Methodology: Strategic areas ; Description of the research survey results: Estonia ; Finland ; Germany ; Great Britain ; Hungary ; Latvia ; The Netherlands ; Poland ; Slovenia -- 4. Analysis of the Research Survey Results. Comparison of Developed and Developing Democracies in Europe -- 5. Final Comments and Conclusions -- Select bibliography -- Appendix

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