That’s My Art: A Case Study on Children’s Views of Cultural Policy
Vanhaeght, A.-S. and Bauwens, J. (2016), That’s My Art: A Case Study on Children’s Views of Cultural Policy. Child Soc, 30: 478–487. doi:10.1111/chso.12156
How do children experience a participatory TV cultural policy project and, related to that, which views do they share on cultural policy matters? These questions guided a case study on a TV show aired on the Flemish children’s public service channel, which staged children as cultural experts. Although the programme was presented as a participatory project, we found that the children’s views were minimally involved in the production process. The children also expressed concerns about how (their) art and cultural practices were represented. Yet, from a cultural policy perspective, the children accepted adults’ authority in art and cultural matters.
Pascal Verhoest: Seventeenth-Century Pamphlets as Constituents of a Public Communications Space
CEMESO’s Pascal Verhoest published an article that reviews Habermasian public sphere theory, based…June 14, 2018
Forced Migrants and Digital Connectivity: Special Collection for the journal Social Media + Society
Together with Koen Leurs (Utrecht University), CEMESO member Kevin Smets recently edited a…April 11, 2018