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Article Dans Une Revue Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy Année : 1996

The Professionalisation of Urban Cultural Policies in France: The Case of Festivals

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Beyond the sociological definition of a profession which offers rather static perspectives, the notion of professionalisation as a process provides several ways to understand the nature and change of cultural policies. In the field of central-local relationships, it is thus necessary to analyse the combination of a plurality of capacities, interests, and values to explain the specific influence of professionalism on policymaking. All these elements have been found from a case study of the creation and implementation of a music festival in a city in southern France (Montpellier). Professionalisation can indeed be considered as a key notion with which to understand both urban cultural policies as a whole and the implementation of a single cultural project.
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hal-02470624 , version 1 (07-02-2020)

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Emmanuel Négrier. The Professionalisation of Urban Cultural Policies in France: The Case of Festivals. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 1996, 14 (4), pp.515-529. ⟨10.1068/c140515⟩. ⟨hal-02470624⟩
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