|Title||Analysis of the European historical and political experience in acknowledging and promoting the values of culture|
|Creator||Claire Dedieu, Félix Dupin-Meynard, Emmanuel Négrier (CNRS, CEPEL) Eszter György, Gábor Oláh, Gábor Sonkoly (ELTE)|
|Subject||Analysis of the European historical and political experience in acknowledging and promoting the values of culture|
|Description||The report questions the configurations in which European cultural policies attribute values to culture. It begins with a reflection on the meaning of value, then goes on to identify the numerous values identifiable in the history of cultural policies. A principle of classification into 5 major families of values is proposed: democracy, identity, well-being, aesthetics and economy. Finally, the report describes the dynamics of emergence and transformation of the values attributed to culture in historical configurations, through 3 examples: the valuation of heritage, the conflicts over the values of democracy, and the values underpinning the concept of sustainable development.
|Format||PDF 517 KB|
|Rights Management||Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) Creative Commons|