A survey of the principles, structures, and patterns of cultural policy and how these impact arts and media funding structures, both nationally and internationally. The course will explore a wide range of cultural policy issues, processes, and theoretical commitments underpinning the subsidized arts, commercial and public media industries, and hybrid cultural enterprises critically exploring the role of advocacy and the strengths and weaknesses of particular policy approaches.
[8.0 credits, including VPAA10H3 and VPAA12H3] or [8.0 credits, including: SOCB58H3 and registration in the Minor Program in Culture, Creativity, and Cities]
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