Demystifying cultural intermediaries: who are they, what do they do and where can they be found in England?

Samuel Mwaura, Lisa De Propris

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Abstract

The object of this paper is to reconceptualise cultural intermediaries and cultural
intermediation in a way that may not only allow a coherent understanding of the various functions associated with these actors, but may also enable systematic empirical analyses of their effects on other cultural, social and economic phenomena. This paper employs a value-chain approach to develop a typology of cultural intermediation that may enable a more systematic analysis of cultural intermediaries and cultural intermediation. It presents maps of cultural intermediation in England as well as the three major cities: London, Birmingham and Manchester.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationBirmingham
Pages1-59
Number of pages60
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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England
Intermediaries
Intermediation
Value chain
Economics

Keywords

  • cultural industries
  • cultural intermediation

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