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Bilton, Chris (2010)
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: CB
The paper examines the ideals and values which lie behind a fundamental logic of cultural policy – the attempt to bring 'the best to the most', or 'cultural democratisation'. Instead of examining the overt institutional rationales for cultural policy, this paper views cultural policy through the prism of individual ideals and beliefs. The paper accordingly attempts to throw light on certain subjective, irrational aspects of cultural policy.\ud The paper hypothesises that the desire to extend the promise of minority culture to a (presumed) uncultured majority reflects a crisis in elite culture rather than any altruistic desire to 'improve' mass culture. This crisis in turn stems from contradictions in the way culture is valued and directed, which in turn flow from contradictory attitudes to 'culture' in elite education. \ud
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