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Cultural policy in the United States
Philip C. Ritterbush
by Institute for Cultural Progress, Order from Publishing Center for Cultural Resources in Washington, D.C, New York, N.Y
Written in English
|Statement||Philip C. Ritterbush.|
|LC Classifications||E169.12 .R54 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 137 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||85121396|
About this Item: ABC-CLIO, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This collection of readings provides the reader with a basic introduction to the topic and concepts of cultural diversity as it has come to characterize the culture of the United States. This is where the term “Cultural Marxism” comes from, as it is applied to marginalized groups rather than class. Marcuse gained much popularity with students during the ’s due the Vietnam War and draft, speaking at protests and writing books that swayed popular opinion. He became “The Father of the New Left” in the United States.
The author examines various aspects of what cultural policy is and the need to place importance on developing cultural policies in the, where such development as been ignored. The enterprise of policy analysis has made its greatest contributions in the areas of economic and social decision making. The Federal Office of Culture (FOC) is responsible for federal cultural policy and for promoting, preserving and transmitting cultural diversity. It backs artistic creation in fields such as fine art and film, manages museums and collections, supports the preservation of historical monuments, and is involved in the provision of cultural education.
This is part of the Cultural History of the United States Through the Decades series. It covers the time period of the 's and discusses subjects like fashion, prohibition, the stock market, intolerance and immigration, entertainment, transportation and politics/5. The Center for Arts and Culture. The Center for Arts and Culture aims to inform and improve policy decisions that affect cultural life. The guiding principles of the mission include freedom of imagination, inquiry and expression, as well as freedom of opportunity for all .
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Cultural policy. United States. More like this: Similar Items. For researches and people interested in the arts and the economics of funding, this book provides an interesting comparison of how government and the private sector support cultural activities in Japan and the United States.
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A cultural policy is like a contract between the government or organization that adopts it and the public. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mark, Charles Christopher, Study of cultural policy in the United States.
[Paris] Unesco  (OCoLC) Cultural Policy in the United States Abstract: America has enjoyed a period of unexampled creativity in the arts and sciences, a flowering of scholarship, and an expansion of organizations and audiences that other nations may regard as congruent with their own objectives.
Cultural Policy is a comprehensive and readable book that provides a lively, up-to-date overview of key debates in cultural policy, making it ideal for students of media and cultural studies, creative and cultural industries, and arts management. Hitherto, cultural theory and empirical work on culture have outstripped cultural policy.
This book rectifies the peculiar imbalance in the field of Cultural Studies by offering the first comprehensive and international work on cultural policy. Fully alive to the challenges posed by globalization it addresses a wide range of central topics including cinema, television, museums.
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Public and private institutions in the United States have long been home to a variety of art works, antiquities, and ethnological materials. For years, these collections have been seen as important archives that allow present and future generations to enjoy, appreciate, and value the art of all cultures.
The past decade, however, has seen major changes in law and public policy and an active /5(2). Cultural policy is the government actions, laws and programs that regulate, protect, encourage and financially (or otherwise) support activities related to the arts and creative sectors, such as painting, sculpture, music, dance, literature, and filmmaking, among others and culture, which may involve activities related to language, heritage and diversity.
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Multiculturalism in the United States has a long silent history. The United States has, from its founding, taken in immigrants from different cultural backgrounds, many of whom were, at the time, controversial.
First, it was the Germans who raised questions about whether they could or would become "real Americans." Then questions were raised about the Chinese and after them Irish and the.
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Cultural policies and cultural projects in the United States have been reframed to emphasize their economic benefits to cities. New alliances between arts advocates and place promoters are Author: Kate Huffman.
Boorstin's statement typifies an attitude that has perverted cultural policy debate in the United States: the specter of "state art." At the center of the opposition to cultural policy is the unexamined hypothesis that totalitarianism, "socialist realism" or the equivalent inevitably.
The United States needs a cabinet-level department to create and implement a responsive policy of cultural democracy. The overall aim of this new department should be to stimulate cultural vitality and diversity, always increasing access and participation, multiplying forms and styles, encouraging creativity, invention, and artistic freedom.
Knowledge of and sensitivity toward diversity is an essential skill in the contemporary United States and the wider world. This book addresses the standard topics of race, ethnicity, class and. Health care is a very important component of the American economy. The United States Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) put the direct health care expenditures at about $ trillion, or about percent of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP), or an average of $7, spent for every man, woman, and child in the country.
This book rectifies the peculiar imbalance in the field of Cultural Studies by offering the first comprehensive and international work on cultural policy. Fully alive to the challenges posed by globalization it addresses a wide range of central topics including cinema, television, museums, international organizations, art, public history, drama.policy in his book Cultural development: experiences and policies, a seminal work in this field: “A policy is a system of ultimate aims, practical objectives and means, pursued by a group and applied by an authority.
Cultural policies can be discerned in a trade union, a party, an educational movement, an.on Cultural Policy was established with a mandate to promote cultural policy as integral to United States of America in by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) that National cultural policy is the statement of government’s understanding of the reality within whichFile Size: KB.