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Citizenship and cultural policy

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SAGE , London, Thousand Oaks, Calif
Citizenship., Cultural po
Other titlesCitizenship & cultural policy
Statementedited by Denise Meredyth and Jeffrey Minson.
ContributionsMeredyth, Denise., Minson, Jeffrey, 1947-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJF801 .C56 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxxx, 166 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3970095M
ISBN 10076196293X, 0761962948
LC Control Number2001277001
OCLC/WorldCa45829782

With the growth of interest in the debates about what culture is, and who 'owns' it, questions of cultural policy have moved to the forefront of wider dicussions of citizenship.

This book unpicks the significance of culture for citizenship. The attainment of such citizenship, the author′s argue, is conditional on positive cultural democratization, that is, the availability of cultural resources (semiotic and material) essential for meaningful and critical life, as well as the public institutions.

In Citizenship and Cultural Policy, edited by Denise Meredyth and Jeffrey Minson, London: SAGE Publications Ltd, doi: /n3. Miller, Toby. "The National Endowment for the Arts in the s: A Black Eye on the Arts?." Citizenship and Cultural Policy.

Eds. Denise Meredyth and Jeffrey Minson. Citizenship in the International Management of Populations / Barry Hindess Who Is the Subject of Human Rights. / Anna Yeatman Culturally Appropriate Indigenous Accountability / Tim Rowse. Series Title: Cultural Media Policy series. Other Titles: Citizenship & cultural policy: Responsibility: edited by Denise Meredyth and Jeffrey Minson.

Culture and Citizenship book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Stevenson's exciting collection takes the issue of cultural citize Author: N Stevenson. SAGE Books. Explore research monographs, classroom texts, and professional development titles. SAGE Business Cases. Discover the real world of business for best practices and professional success.

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This book unpicks the significance of culture for citizenship. This readable and accessible guide links questions of identity, individualization, multiculturalism, and mediation to a politics of culture.

This book draws from debates in political theory, cultural studies and sociology, and focuses on issues such as: the reshaping of citizenship by globalization; new social movements; the decline of the.

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`Culture' and `citizenship' are two of the most hotly contested concepts in the social sciences. What are the relationships between them. This book explores the issues of inclusion and exclusion, the market and policy, rights and responsibilities, and the definitions of citizens and non-citizens.

This book rectifies the peculiar imbalance in the field of Cultural Studies by offering the first comprehensive and international work on cultural policy. Fully alive to the challenges posed by globalization it addresses a wide range of central Citizenship and cultural policy book including cinema, television, museums, international organizations, art, public history, drama.

The concept of citizenship denotes a legal status, an identity, and a range of distinctive activities and practices. These dimensions of citizenship are unified by the fact that they are all underpinned by a unifying and universalist logic.

Modern societies are culturally diverse. Many of them are constitutively diverse, in that cultural diversity was present at their founding. Get this from a library. Citizenship and cultural policy. [Denise Meredyth; Jeffrey Minson;] -- Among the topics explored are the strengths and weaknesses of the 'civilizing mission' of museums; the moralism of 'Third Way' politics; the proper base for funding culture and the arts; the impact.

`Culture' and `citizenship' are two of the most hotly contested concepts in the social sciences. What are the relationships between them.

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This book explores the issues of inclusion and exclusion. Harassment, Citizenship, Government () and of Genealogies of Morals: Nietzsche,Foucault,Donzelot and the Eccentricity of Ethics (). He has written on ethics, public policy, legal studies, and cultural history. He is prepar-ing a book on the significance of the history of civility for current debates about.

At the crossroads of citizenship, cultural and diversity studies, I enter in the emerging debate on cultural citizenship.

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Culture is seen as a channel for diversity inclusion, and cultural policy. Hitherto, cultural theory and empirical work on culture have outstripped cultural policy.

This book rectifies the peculiar imbalance in the field of Cultural Studies by offering the first. MILLER: Toby Miller is Professor of Cultural Studies and Cultural Policy Studies at New York University.

He is the author of The Well-Tempered Self: Citizenship, Culture, and the Postmodern Subject (), Contemporary Australian Television (), The Avengers (), Technologies of Truth: Cultural Citizenship and the.

This report discusses the issues of citizenship and the nature of democratic public policy in culturally diverse societies. It takes a comparative international perspective, and focuses on. The entry of progressives into the policy sphere aims at effective reform of state and market institutions in the direction of cultural rights and citizenship and greater parity for developing countries in international spheres of trade-in-culture.

The goal is a more democratic cultural policy.” George Yúdice, New York UniversityReviews: 1. Global citizenship is the outcome chased by every single man and woman involved in this process. Our unique identity (that of a global citizen), that was almost unchallenged in the previous cultural currents- Rationalism and Humanism, has now become a perpetual struggle and reason of contradictions between the peoples of the world.

Multicultural Citizenship of the European Union book. (EU) level by comparing EU citizenship with cultural citizenship and multicultural studies in the United States.

In addition to this, through the study of EU documents, the author contends that there exists such a thing as policies of multicultural citizenship at the European Union level.

Product Information With the growth of interest in the debates about what culture is, and who 'owns' it, questions of cultural policy have moved to the forefront of wider dicussions of citizenship.

This book unpicks the significance of culture for citizenship. In The Practice of Citizenship, Derrick R. Spires examines the parallel development of early black print culture and legal and cultural understandings of U.S. citizenship, beginning inwith the framing of the federal Constitution and the founding of the Free African Society by Absalom Jones and Richard Allen, and ending inwith the.

The areas of media and cultural policy offer a unique prism through which to understand wider processes of European integration. Questions of European identity, citizenship and community or polity-building clearly resolve themselves as questions of the (non.

Based in part on Michel Foucault’s idea of governmentality, cultural citizenship is made up of the seemingly indirect public processes-sports, radio, film, and arts policies-by which members of society are drawn into postindustrial state structures. This book rectifies the peculiar imbalance in the field of Cultural Studies by offering the first comprehensive and international work on cultural policy.

Fully alive to the challenges posed by globalization it addresses a wide range of central topics including cinema, television, museums, international organizations, art, public history, drama Price: $ The entry of progressives into the policy sphere aims at effective reform of state and market institutions in the direction of cultural rights and citizenship and greater parity for developing countries in international spheres of trade-in-culture.

The goal is a more democratic cultural policy.”. Exceptional Violence is a sophisticated examination of postcolonial state formation in the Caribbean, considered across time and space, from the period of imperial New World expansion to the contemporary neoliberal era, and from neighborhood dynamics in Kingston to transnational socioeconomic and political fields.

Deborah A. Thomas takes as her immediate focus violence in Reviews: 2. Citizenship and Belonging in France and North America: Multicultural Perspectives on Political, Cultural and Artistic Representations of Immigration [Mielusel, Ramona, Pruteanu, Simona Emilia] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Citizenship and Belonging in France and North America: Multicultural Perspectives on Political, Cultural and Artistic Representations of Immigration. Cultural Policy Lecture 1.

National Cultural and Creative Industries Policies KKP Creative Industries: Theory and Policy Semester Two, Associate Professor Terry Flew. This book draws from debates in political theory, cultural studies and sociology, and focuses on issues such as: The reshaping of citizenship by globalization New social movementsThe decline of the nation- stateThe impact of popular cultureStevenson argues that questions of cosmopolitanism are increasingly likely to emerge within these contexts.

In this passionate and dazzling book, Toby Miller dares to answer this question with the depth of thought it deserves. Fast-moving and far-ranging, Cultural Citizenship blends fact, theory, observation, and speculation in a way that continually startles and engages the reader.

Although he is unabashedly liberal in his politics, Miller is.citizenship is both a cultural and anti-cultural institution: citizenship positions itself as oppositional to culture, even as it is constituted by cultural values.

Recent scholars of multiculturalism have turned to concepts of citizenship as a solution to the dilemma raised by conflicts over culture.