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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    Bas van Heur
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    3837613747
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    978-3837613742
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    Transcript-Verlag (July 6, 2010)
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    232 pages
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    Politics & Government
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49 Cultural Political Economy of. Small Cities . Results show that cultural and creative assets are diversely distributed across European cities, which offer local authorities the opportunity to design context-specific development strategies.

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van Heur, Bas (2010). Creative Networks and the City. Physical Place and Cyberspace: The Rise of Personalized Networking. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Towards a Cultural Political Economy of Aesthetic Production. Bielefeld: transcript. Wacquant, Loïc (2004).

Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development (. ISSN 0894-6019) is a journal devoted to studies in urban anthropology and related areas. From 1972-1985 it was issued under the name Urban Anthropology. It is founded, owned and issued by the Institute for the Study of Man, Inc. Brockport, New York, USA.

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This book is about the renaissance of cities in the twenty first century and their increasing role as centers of creative .

This book is about the renaissance of cities in the twenty first century and their increasing role as centers of creative economic activity. The discussion then explores the spatial ramifications of this new economy in cities and the ways in which it appears to be ushering in major shifts in divisions of labor and urban social stratification, as marked by a growing divide between a stratum of elite workers on the one side and a low-wage proletariat on the other. Allen Scott is one of the world's foremost thinkers on the economies of modern cities, and in this book presents a concise introduction to his innovative and insightful perspective.

Cities whose predominant cultural role is the construction and codification of the society’s traditions perform orthogenetic functions

Urban scholarship has steadily progressed toward a conception of cities and urban cultures that is free of ethnocentrism, with broad cross-cultural and historical validity. Well into the 20th century conceptions of the city often proceeded as if there were only one authentic or typical form. Cities whose predominant cultural role is the construction and codification of the society’s traditions perform orthogenetic functions. In such urban cultures, cadres of literati rationalize a Great Tradition of culture for the society at large.

The Clustering of Creative Networks: Between Myth and Reality," Urban Studies, Urban Studies Journal Limited, vol. 46(8), pages 1531-1552, July. Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS). More about this item.

This book offers a fundamental contribution to the literature on the creative industries and the knowledge-based economy by focusing on three aspects: urban spaces as key sites of capitalist restructuring, creative industries' policies as state technologies aimed at economic exploitation, and the role of networks of aesthetic production in inflecting these tendencies. It simultaneously goes beyond these debates by integrating a concern with the cultural and aesthetic dimensions of the creative industries. As such, the book is relevant to researchers interested in the transdisciplinary project of a cultural political economy of creativity and urban change.