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Cultural intermediaries connecting communities : revisiting approaches to cultural engagement.

Author: Philip E Jones; Beth Perry; Paul Long
Publisher: Bristol Policy Press 2019
Series: Connected communities
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This book considers the importance of cultural intermediaries, analysing their role as mitigators of the worst effects of social exclusion and examining the necessity to engage communities with  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip E Jones; Beth Perry; Paul Long
ISBN: 9781447345015 1447345010 9781447344995 1447344995
OCLC Number: 1112918166
Description: XV, 236 Seiten : Karten
Contents: Chapter 1. Introduction: Bringing communities and culture together; Phil Jones, Beth Perry, Paul Long. Section One: Changing ContextsChapter 2. The Creative Economy, The Creative Class, and Cultural Intermediation; Orian Brook, Dave O'Brien, and Mark Taylor. Chapter 3. Mapping Cultural Intermediaries; Lisa De Propris.Chapter 4. Towards cultural ecologies: why urban cultural policy must embrace multiple cultural agendas; Beth Perry and Jessica Symons.Chapter 5. State-Sponsored Amateurism: Cultural Intermediation, Participation and Non-Professional Production; Paul Long. Section Two: Practices of Cultural IntermediationChapter 6. 'An area lacking cultural activity': Researching Cultural Lives in Urban Space; Paul Long and Saskia Warren. Chapter 7. Case Study: SOME CITIES; Dan Burwood.Chapter 8. Governing the creative city: the practice, value and effectiveness of cultural intermediation; Beth PerryChapter 9. Participatory budgeting for culture: handing power to communities? Phil JonesChapter 10. Saadia Kiyani. Case study: Balsall Heath Legends; Saadia Kiyani. Chapter 11. Screening films for social change: origins, aims and evolution of the Bristol Radical Film Festival; Laura Ager. Section Three: Evaluation, Impact and MethodologyChapter 12. Engineering cohesion: a reflection on academic practice in a community-based setting; Arshad Isakjee. Chapter 13. Case study: Force Deep; Chris JamChapter 14. Strategies for overcoming research obstacles: developing the Ordsall Method as a process for ethnographically-informed impact in communities; Jessica SymonsChapter 15. Street Art, Faith and Cultural Engagement, Mohammed Ali.Chapter 16. From the inside: reflections on cultural intermediation; Yvette Vaughan Jones. ConclusionChapter 17. Conclusion. Where next for cultural intermediation? Phil Jones, Paul Long and Beth Perry.
Series Title: Connected communities


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