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Cultural Participation : Trends Since the Middle Ages.

Author: Ann Rigney; Douwe W Fokkema; Douwe Wessel Fokkema
Publisher: Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1993.
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Culture is studied in this collection, not merely as a set of products, but in terms of the involvement of individuals and groups in the making and using of such products. A wide range of activities, from the reading and writing of poetry to watching soccer on television, is surveyed by an international group of scholars from diverse disciplines: cultural history, literary studies, sociology. Topics include the  Read more...
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Rigney, Ann.
Cultural Participation : Trends Since the Middle Ages.
Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, ©1993
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Rigney; Douwe W Fokkema; Douwe Wessel Fokkema
ISBN: 9789027276827 902727682X 1283424371 9781283424370
OCLC Number: 769344099
Description: 1 online resource (271 pages)
Contents: CULTURAL PARTICIPATION; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; Foreword; Introduction; Notes; References; The Benefits of Clergie; Notes; References; The Uses of the Past (14th-16th Centuries); References; Cultural Participation as Stimulated by the Seventeenth-Century Reformed Church; Notes; References; The Ability to Select; References; Creating an Instrument of Cultural Transmission; The First School Reform; The Law of 1857 and the Second School Reform; The Denominational Schools; The Transmission of Culture by Primary Schools around 1900; References. 3. Income, Education, and Cultural Participation in Five Countries3.1. Data; 3.2. Analysis: Five Nations Compared; 4. Education and Theatergoing in 17 Countries; 4.1. Data on Education and Theatergoing; 4.2. Data on Country Characteristics; 4.3. Is the Relation between Education and Theatergoing Similar in all Industrial Nations?; 4.4. Do Country Characteristics Explain Differences in the Relation betweenEducation and Theatergoing?; 4.5. The Relationship between the Effect of Education on Theatergoing andother Measures for Societal Inequality; 5. Conclusions and Speculations; References. Appendix 1 Correlation matricesAppendix 1 Correlation matrices; Appendix 2 Sources for crossings of education against theatergoing; The Gentrification of a Rearguard; 1. Introduction; 2. Definition of the Problem; 3. Steps Towards an Explanation; 4. Testing the Theses; 6. Conclusions and Discussion; Notes; References; Appendix; The Text-analytical Study of Art Criticism; References; Culture as a Network of Socially Constructed Realities; 1. The Problem of Method in an Explanatory Model of Culture1; 2. Outline of the Model; 2.1 The biological level: the dual inheritance system. 2.2. The social level: active systems2.3 The cultural level: networks of realities and ways of handling them; 3. Dynamic Aspects of the Model; 3.1 Self-organizing formation of subsystems; 3.2 Characteristics and subsystems emerging during the process of differentiation; 4. Conclusion; Notes; References; Contributors; Index.

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Culture is studied in this collection, not merely as a set of products, but in terms of the involvement of individuals and groups in the making and using of such products. A wide range of activities, from the reading and writing of poetry to watching soccer on television, is surveyed by an international group of scholars from diverse disciplines: cultural history, literary studies, sociology. Topics include the social distribution of cultural activities, populism and elitism in modern aesthetics, the nature of cultural competence and the channels through which it is acquired, the impact of ele.

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