Cultural trends [Recurs electrònic]

Policy Studies Institute (Londres).
ISSN: 1469-3690.Analytics: Show analyticsPublisher: London : Policy Studies Institute, 1989-Current Publication Frequency: Trimestral.Dates of Publication: Issue 1 (Jan. 1989) -.Online resources: Accès restringit des dels ordinadors del Centre Summary: Cultural Trends has been providing in-depth analysis of the cultural sector since 1989. It focuses on key trends within the arts, culture, heritage and media and it offers overviews of the sector as a whole. Cultural Trends is committed to the principle that cultural policy should be rooted in empirical evidence. To this end, it champions better information on the cultural sector and its widespread dissemination. It aims to: Stimulate analysis and understanding of the arts, culture, heritage and media based on relevant and reliable data; provide a critique of the empirical evidence upon which policy on the arts, culture, heritage and media may be based, implemented, evaluated and developed; examine the soundness of measures of the performance of government and public sector bodies in the arts, culture, heritage and media; and encourage improvements in the coverage, timeliness and accessibility of data on the arts, culture, heritage and media. All articles in Cultural Trends are peer reviewed and may be appended by expert commentaries, which further explore and analyze the subjects covered. The journal is widely read and referred to by funders, sponsors and administrative bodies; local and central government officials; by broadcasters and journalists, researchers, consultants and academics, and by those concerned with the promotion and development of the arts, culture, heritage and media. (Font: Editor)Versió electrònica del mateix títol en paperAbsorbed: Facts abouth the arts
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Cultural Trends has been providing in-depth analysis of the cultural sector since 1989. It focuses on key trends within the arts, culture, heritage and media and it offers overviews of the sector as a whole. Cultural Trends is committed to the principle that cultural policy should be rooted in empirical evidence. To this end, it champions better information on the cultural sector and its widespread dissemination. It aims to: Stimulate analysis and understanding of the arts, culture, heritage and media based on relevant and reliable data; provide a critique of the empirical evidence upon which policy on the arts, culture, heritage and media may be based, implemented, evaluated and developed; examine the soundness of measures of the performance of government and public sector bodies in the arts, culture, heritage and media; and encourage improvements in the coverage, timeliness and accessibility of data on the arts, culture, heritage and media. All articles in Cultural Trends are peer reviewed and may be appended by expert commentaries, which further explore and analyze the subjects covered. The journal is widely read and referred to by funders, sponsors and administrative bodies; local and central government officials; by broadcasters and journalists, researchers, consultants and academics, and by those concerned with the promotion and development of the arts, culture, heritage and media. (Font: Editor)

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Absorbeix: Fact abouth the arts

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