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New discourses have emerged in regard to the development of the cultural sector. In many cases, experiences from the Global South are not part of the international discussion. Despite representing 16% of the population in the United States, Latin-American cultural roots present great contrasts...
The twenty-first century has brought crisis to organized labor in the United States—membership is diminishing, political influence is declining, and attitudes regarding unions are growing increasingly hostile. Cultural unions—which organize actors, musicians, and performers—have also seen shifts...
This article argues the importance of the relationship of the informal economy to the formal economy in the arts sector. Data on arts workers is presented from two countries in the Asia Pacific region. The article highlights that artists work across both the formal and informal economy during...
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