World Heritage and Tourism in a Changing Climate

Markham, A.,
Osipova, E.,
Lafrenz Samuels, K.,
Caldas, A.
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

All work and no pay: consequences of unpaid work in the creative industries

Siebert, S. ,
Wilson, F.
Work, Employment and Society

This research note evaluates the benefits and pitfalls of unpaid work as an entry route into employment in the creative industries and investigates the consequences of this practice for those who already work in the sector. Based on a qualitative study of perspectives of stakeholders in unpaid work, this article argues that the social capital thesis, often used as a rationale for unpaid work, inadequately explains the practice of unpaid work experience, primarily because it does not take cognisance of the consequences of this practice for other people working in the sector. The study also highlights methodological issues that need to be considered in the future. As well as the importance of a plurality of stakeholder perspectives, the study emphasizes the need to consider the perspectives of those who are excluded from unpaid work and those who are potentially displaced by it.


The Social benefits of heritage

Vinson, I. (ed)
Museum International

Towards 2030: creativity natters for sustainable development

Cliche, D. (ed)
UNESCO Institute for Statistics

Behind the Screen. Inside European Production Cultures

Szczepanik, P.,
Vonderau, P.,
New York: Palgrave Macmillan

Production studies has developed into an interdisciplinary field of inquiry of film and television "production cultures," going beyond traditional examinations of authorship and industry structure. Studying production as culture involves gathering empirical data about the lived realities of people involved in media production - about collaboration and conflicts, routines and rituals, lay theories and performative actions. This volume broadens the scope of production studies by analyzing geographic and historical alternatives to contemporary Hollywood. At the same time, it invites disciplines such as ethnography, aesthetics, or sociology of art to reconsider established concepts of film and media studies like creative agency, genesis of a film work, or transnational production.


Bygdedager og historiske spel: En feiring av stedet?

Larsen, A. K.
Oslo: Cappelen Damm Akademisk

Antall avholdte festivaler - det være seg innenfor musikk, film, litteratur, mat eller annet - har økt betraktelig i Norge i løpet av de siste årene. Dette er begivenheter sm trekker arrangører, opptredende og publikum til et bestemt sted. Her er det satt opp et program som kan vare fra én dag og opp til felere uker. Under arrangementet hersker det vanligvis en egen stemnsing som også preger (deler av) lokalsamfunnet der det avholdes. Selv om det tematiske fokuset er mindre eksplisitt når det gjelder såkalte bygdedager og kanskje også spel, kan det likevel være fruktbart å se disse som typer av festivaler.


Connected viewing. Selling, Streaming & Sharing Media in the Digital Era

Holt, .,
Sanson, K.,
London: Routledge

As patterns of media use become more integrated with mobile technologies and multiple screens, a new mode of viewer engagement has emerged in the form of connected viewing, which allows for an array of new relationships between audiences and media texts in the digital space. This exciting new collection brings together twelve original essays that critically engage with the socially-networked, multi-platform, and cloud-based world of today, examining the connected viewing phenomenon across television, film, video games, and social media. The result is a wide-ranging analysis of shifting business models, policy matters, technological infrastructure, new forms of user engagement, and other key trends affecting screen media in the digital era. Connected Viewing contextualizes the dramatic transformations taking place across both media industries and national contexts, and offers students and scholars alike a diverse set of methods and perspectives for studying this critical moment in media culture.


Constructing Regional Advantage: Platform Policies Based on Related Variety and Differentiated Knowledge Bases

Asheim, B.,
Boschma, R.A.,
Cooke, P.
Regional Studies

This paper presents a regional innovation policy model based on the idea of constructing regional advantage. This policy model brings together concepts like related variety, knowledge bases and policy platforms. Related variety attaches importance to knowledge spillovers across complementary sectors. The paper categorizes knowledge into ‘analytical’ (science based), ‘synthetic’ (engineering based) and ‘symbolic’ (arts based) in nature, with different requirements of ‘virtual’ and real proximity mixes. The implications of this are traced for evolving ‘platform policies’ that facilitate economic development within and between regions in action lines appropriate to incorporate the basic principles behind related variety and differentiated knowledge bases.


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