PhD research topics in Cultural Policy
PhD students in the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies at University of Warwick are engaged in the following research topics.
"Ubi maior, minor cessat: A comparative study of the relation between changing cultural policy rationales and global phenomena in Britain and Italy"
"The Civilising Mission in Norwegian Cultural Policy"
"Managing the Co-evolutionary Networking of Audiovisual Production — the Cases of Independent Productions in UK and Taiwan"
"Opening the Japanese Mass Market to Korea: a threat or opportunity for the Korean cultural industries?"
Hye-Kyung Lee, PhD
"Re-inventing Non-profit Theatre: a theoretical exploration of the growth of education programmes in British subsidised theatre"
"Audience Development for Arts Centres in the 21st Century"
"The Intellectual Origins of the Arts Council Movement: the Cases of Great Britain, Canada and the United States"
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"Embedded culture and managing change: China Central Television in transition"
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Jane Woddis, PhD
"Spear Carriers or Speaking Parts? Arts Practitioners in the Cultural Policy Process"