- Module code: TH910
- Module name: International Cultural Policy
- Department: School of Theatre & Performance Studies and Cultural & Media Policy Studies
- Credit: 30
Module content and teaching
What is the relationship between Government, the subsidised cultural sector and the creative industries? What is the role of cultural policy with regard to creative, economic and social imperatives? Through the consideration of a range of contemporary cultural policy isues, you will debate the orgins, function and limitations of cultural policy, specifically in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. You will also have the opportunity to examine the industrial framework within which cultural artefacts are produced, distributed and consumed.
Principal learning outcomes
From examing the interaction between arts and business, and between the state and the cultural industries, to using a variety of methods to evaluate cultural policy in different contexts, you wll broaden your understanding of the cultural policy landscape and develop valuable research skills.
Timetabled teaching activities
Lectures, Seminars and tutorials.
Other essential notes
Centre for Cultural Policy Studies module
|Assessment group||Assessment name||Percentage|
|30 CATS (Module code: TH910-30)|
|A1 (Assessed work only)||Assessed Course Work||20%|
|Assessed Course Work||80%|
This module is available on the following courses:
- Postgraduate Taught International Cultural Policy and Management (W4PM) - Year 2