Demographischer Wandel Und Kulturelle Infrastruktur: Auswirkungen Und Handlungsansätze
The cultural sector cannot avoid the effects of demographic change. The aging society, the shrinking population as well as emigration and immigration are presenting cultural institutions with considerable challenges. A complex analysis of the initial situation in each case is essential if those involved - artists, cultural policy-makers and patrons of the arts - are to give long-term direction to their actions. This paper sketches the fundamental interaction among arts, culture and demographic change and examines basic strategies for action in the cultural sector.
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