By Dave O'Brien
Contemporary society is advanced; ruled and administered by means of a number contradictory rules, practices and methods. Nowhere are those contradictions extra keenly felt than in cultural coverage. This booklet makes use of insights from quite a number disciplines to help the reader in figuring out modern cultural coverage.
Drawing on quite a number case stories, together with research of the truth of labor within the inventive industries, city regeneration and present govt cultural coverage within the united kingdom, the e-book discusses the belief of worth within the cultural quarter, displaying how worth performs out in cultural organizations.
Uniquely, the e-book crosses disciplinary barriers to offer an intensive advent to the topic. for that reason, the ebook could be of curiosity to more than a few students throughout arts administration, public and nonprofit administration, cultural reports, sociology and political technology. it is going to even be crucial analyzing for these operating within the arts, tradition and public policy.
Read or Download Cultural Policy: Management, Value and Modernity in the Creative Industries PDF
Best nonprofit organizations & charities books
Find out how to make strategic plan to aid your nonprofit navigate turbulent monetary waters and accomplish reinforced revenuesDuring this time of upheaval and instability with the country's monetary markets and financial system, you are thinking about how your nonprofit can emerge more desirable from this extraordinary turmoil and get ready for destiny fiscal cycles.
Copley’s necessities of Accounting for Governmental and Not-for-Profit corporations, 10e is most suitable for these professors whose goal is to supply extra concise assurance than what's to be had in greater texts. the main target of this article is at the instruction of exterior monetary statements that's a problem between governmental reporting.
Initially released by means of Stevenson, Inc. , this sensible source offers thoughts for nonprofit firms to recruit, educate, inspire, and gift younger volunteers. It addresses: starting a formative years volunteer software suggestions and methods to recruit younger volunteers Connecting with and motivating adolescents in volunteer efforts merits and rewards for younger volunteers attaining and fascinating college-age volunteers Important issues coated contain: Volunteer choice instructions teenager incentive courses collage and collage partnerships on-line recruitment speaking with more youthful volunteers Internships offers and awards adolescence volunteer advantages Cultural wisdom relations engagement operating with first-time offenders adolescence volunteer forums Please be aware that a few content material featured within the unique model of this identify has been got rid of during this released model because of permissions matters.
- Effective Frontline Fundraising: A Guide for Nonprofits, Political Candidates, and Advocacy Groups
- Intelligent Knowledge: A Study beyond Data Mining
- Property Rights and Managerial Decisions in For-profit, Nonprofit, and Public Organizations: Comparative Theory and Policy
- Performance Management in Nonprofit Organizations: Global Perspectives
Additional resources for Cultural Policy: Management, Value and Modernity in the Creative Industries
DCMS’s annual reports during this era make explicit references to widening access to, and participation in, culture (DCMS 1998, 2000, 2008). DCMS had also reported to New Labour’s Social Exclusion Unit on the ways culture can combat social exclusion, citing its ability to build individual self-conﬁdence, as well as strengthening communities. Combating social exclusion also forms part of DCMS’s core objectives set out in 2001 (Creigh-Tyte and Stiven 2001). However, the current coalition government in the UK has not kept the same commitment to social inclusion, partly because the concept itself was seen as a New Labour term (Lee et al.
This is, however, an ambivalent oﬀer: The life of the chooser will always be a mixed blessing, though, even if (or rather because) the range of choices is wide and the volume of possible new experiences seems inﬁnite. That life is fraught with risks: uncertainty is bound to remain forever a rather nasty ﬂy in the otherwise tasty ointment of free choice (Bauman 2000:87). The eﬀect on individuals is profound, as the opportunity to make oneself is also, at the same time, the demand that one does so.
Every example used in this book is related in some way to this position and its insights. Governing urban development in Liverpool is closely intertwined with the social scientiﬁc techniques, particularly economic impact measurement, which form the basis for policymakers’ narratives of success. The identities of workers in the creative economy are both the products of, and reactions to, the structural conditions of the market for creative labour, with its visions of aesthetic autonomy. Public management ideas create a platform to justify the value of arts organisations, whilst cultural consumption is used by advocates and critics of a vision of human personality capable of transcending social structures prevalent in pre-modernity.
Cultural Policy: Management, Value and Modernity in the Creative Industries by Dave O'Brien