By Caroline Andrew, Monica Gattinger, M. Sharon Jeannotte, Will Straw
Accounting for tradition is a special selection of essays from prime Canadian and overseas students that severely examines cultural citizenship, cultural signs, and governance within the context of evolving cultural practices and cultural policy-making. it is going to be of serious curiosity to students of cultural coverage, communications, cultural experiences, and public management alike.
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Not only were they isolated, but they likely did not have a rich tradition of critical arts in the sense that European cultures do. It is important to note that the Europeans did not have nearly the easy conquests in Asia that they did in the Americas, which they reached at about the same time. In Asia, they met civilizations with cultures vastly more diverse than the Incas' and more able to interpret European intentions, strengths, and actions realistically. S. media conglomerates. Culture as a Strategic Good A strategic good is a good on which the very existence of a nation is thought to depend.
The second source of adaptation is the very creativity of ordinary members of society who are daily using the symbolic resources of culture (S) to come to terms with everyday variability in their lives. They are skilled users of Swidler's toolbox to constructing lines of action to deal with the manifold situations they face in everyday life, of which the cultural intrusions are a part. They contribute to culture's evolution and enrichment through, in Williams's words, "an active debate and amendment under Thinking Through Cultural Citizenship 27 the pressures of experience, contact, and discovery, writing themselves into the land ...
10 Indigenous and Aboriginal visual arts and crafts from many parts of the developing world provide another example of how distinctive local content can enter into the broader cultural economy and marketplace. There are, of course, important policy and regulatory issues to be addressed in this context relating to the local control and management of cultural resources, their exploitation and, of necessity, their sustainability. These concern the ownership and management of intellectual property, the domination of many of the means of production and distribution by major transnational corporations and the power of consumer tastes and expenditure in the North/West.
Accounting for Culture: Thinking Through Cultural Citizenship (Governance Series) by Caroline Andrew, Monica Gattinger, M. Sharon Jeannotte, Will Straw