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eBook Cultural Policy in the German Democratic Republic (Studies and documents on cultural policies) epub
  • ISBN: 9231012916
  • Author: UNESCO
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: UNESCO (January 1976)
  • Pages: 65 pages
  • ePUB size: 1604 kb
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European countries have built cultural policy regimes, which reflect the patterns of national political histories and national cultural fields

European countries have built cultural policy regimes, which reflect the patterns of national political histories and national cultural fields. These models consist in various ways of establishing culture as a policy domain, in the definition of cultural policy rationales, and in modes of organization and governance compatible with democratic standards. This triple specification process has never been fully achieved. It is being challenged in a way that questions these policy regimes and the notion of cultural policy they had defined.

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Cultural policy is the government actions, laws and programs that regulate, protect, encourage and financially (or otherwise) support activities related to the arts and creative sectors, such as painting, sculpture, music, dance, literature, and film.

The idea of cultural policy was developed at UNESCO in the 1960s.

Studies and documents on cultural policies P- Astudy of cultural I. DOllCV O in the United States by Charles C. . DOllCV O in the United States by Charles C Mark Unesco,', Studies and documents on cultural policies 2. A L- study of cultural policy in the United States by Charles C. Mark 'I Unesco. Contents 9 Cultural policy within the federal framework 14 A background of traditional culture 19 Artistic creation and the training of cultural agents 29 The channels of cultural action 39 Administrative and financial structure 42 Reflections, conclusions and prognosis.

When foreign cultural policy has been the topic of academic study, it has mostly been in the form of single case studies. The few studies that take a comparative ap-proach are usually limited to two countries. British, German, or French cultural institu-tions abroad were the subjects of such writings, as these are the oldest and most active cultural institutions abroad.

German foreign policy after the Second World War was defined by several different phases. Claims and realities of the communist parties in the German Democratic Republic and the Polish People's Republic since the 1970s. German foreign policy after the Second World War was defined by several different phases. German Institute of Polish Studies in Darmstadt, Germany.

Pure Fabrication?: Information Policy, Media Rights, and the Postcolonial .

Pure Fabrication?: Information Policy, Media Rights, and the Postcolonial Public. The Afterlife of Francoist Cultural Policies: Censorship and Translation in the Catalan and Spanish Literary Market.

Since that time, cultural studies has extended its intellectual base and geographic scope. There are self-defined cultural studies practitioners in the USA, Australia, Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe, with each ‘formation’ of cultural studies working in different ways

Since that time, cultural studies has extended its intellectual base and geographic scope. There are self-defined cultural studies practitioners in the USA, Australia, Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe, with each ‘formation’ of cultural studies working in different ways. While I am not privileging British cultural studies per se, I am pointing to the formation of cultural studies at Birmingham as an institutionally significant moment.

Cultural policy within the federal framework The report prepared as a result of the Round-Table Meeting on Cultural Policies, held in Monaco by Unesco, lays a groundwork for a definition of cultural policy: ‘(1) that cultural policy should be taken to mean the sum total of the conscious an.

Cultural policy within the federal framework The report prepared as a result of the Round-Table Meeting on Cultural Policies, held in Monaco by Unesco, lays a groundwork for a definition of cultural policy: ‘(1) that cultural policy should be taken to mean the sum total of the conscious and deliberate usages, action or lack of action in a society, aimed at meeting

The state’s policy toward women was mainly aimed in the direction of mothers, and not toward women as.

The state’s policy toward women was mainly aimed in the direction of mothers, and not toward women as women. Despite the socialist state system the definition of women’s role in society remained traditional. Their task was political, anti-fascist and cultural enlightenment, to mobilize women for democratic reconstruction, and to support mothers in raising their children in a democratic spirit. The DFD (Demokratischer Frauenverband Deutschlands ) that developed from these committees was represented as its own caucus in the Volkskammer.

Contents: Foundations and principles of cultural policy. Raising the cultural level of the people: the basic goal of cultural policy. Training and culture. The development of new cultural values. The institutional mainsprings of cultural life. Appendixes.
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