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The current digital era poses numerous challenges for cultural policy, which must adapt not only to new technologies, but also to new forms of consumption that have arisen alongside them. These challenges are all the more significant due to the increasing complexity that characterizes the field...
The following article seeks to establish a genealogy of a cultural public policy with regard to a new issue: the emergence of information technology in a historically constituted area of culture and media. This genealogical research reveals that public policy is intensely nourished by older...
This study aims to explore the policy discourse of the creative economy and its implementations in the developmental state's creative economy policies, with a case study of the Korean government. By analyzing these policies and comparing them with the British government's policy initiatives of...
This article situates the emergence of the “creative placemaking” policy initiative as the coordinated continuation of longstanding artistic practices and a reaction to scant funding in the United States. In contrast to creative class policies, creative placemaking proposes a broader set of...
How do media industries innovate? How can they compete with powerful competitors from the information technology world? The article focuses on the video game and cinema industries. The findings reveal their contrasting specific forms of innovation and provide a fresh understanding of its twofold...
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