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The end(s) of national cultures? Cultural policy in the face of diversity

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This paper analyses the impact of cultural diversity on cultural policies through an international overview of case studies and reflections. Cultural diversity is generally perceived as a threat toward national cultures. However, this paper argues that (1) there exist substantial national differences in the way in which diversity is perceived and integrated as a policy paradigm; and (2) cultural diversity can be used as an instrument for reconfiguring cultural policies, regardless of the governmental level in question. The authors discuss whether cultural policies of diversity exist and what they are. They also examine the practical consequences of the emergence of a new paradigm concerning the redefinition and implementation of cultural policies within a triple context: the plurality of the territorial configurations of diversity, the simultaneous coexistence of several levels of understanding this issue, and the economic dimensions of cultural diversity.
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hal-02490707 , version 1 (25-02-2020)

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Lluís Bonet Agustí, Emmanuel Négrier. The end(s) of national cultures? Cultural policy in the face of diversity. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 2011, 17 (5), pp.574-589. ⟨10.1080/10286632.2010.550681⟩. ⟨hal-02490707⟩
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