Article | Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research | Svante Beckman and Sten Månsson (ed.): Kultursverige 2009 - Problem-analys och Kulturstatistik, Linköping: Sörlins Förlag, 2008

Title:
Svante Beckman and Sten Månsson (ed.): Kultursverige 2009 - Problem-analys och Kulturstatistik, Linköping: Sörlins Förlag, 2008
Author:
Arne Ruth:
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.09115.3
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2009
Volume:
1
Theme:

Reviews

Pages:
251-254
No. of pages:
4
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Article
Published:
2009-10-14


According to recent European statistics, Swedish cultural policy has succeeded remarkably well in achieving its original objective: to promote popular interest in the Arts. Sweden (closely followed by our Nordic neighbors) tops the list when it comes to participation in cultural activities. The figures are included in a body of statistics that, together with commentary by Sten Månsson of the Swedish Cultural Council, make up the greater part of Kultursverige 2009.

Volume 1, Theme:

Reviews

, Article 15, 2009
Author:
Arne Ruth
Title:
Svante Beckman and Sten Månsson (ed.): Kultursverige 2009 - Problem-analys och Kulturstatistik, Linköping: Sörlins Förlag, 2008
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.09115.3
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Volume 1, Theme::

Reviews

, Article 15, 2009
Author:
Arne Ruth
Title:
Svante Beckman and Sten Månsson (ed.): Kultursverige 2009 - Problem-analys och Kulturstatistik, Linköping: Sörlins Förlag, 2008
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.09115.3
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