Accounting for Culture: Thinking Through Cultural by Caroline Andrew, Monica Gattinger, M. Sharon Jeannotte, Will

By Caroline Andrew, Monica Gattinger, M. Sharon Jeannotte, Will Straw

Accounting for tradition is a distinct selection of essays from prime Canadian and foreign students that seriously examines cultural citizenship, cultural signs, and governance within the context of evolving cultural practices and cultural policy-making. it will likely be of significant curiosity to students of cultural coverage, communications, cultural reviews, and public management alike.

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To avoid this possibility, a nation will ensure that it has production capacity for strategic goods under its own control. Typical strategic goods are armaments and high technology products, and mineral resources such as oil and specialized metals. Categorizing- a good or resource this way is a justification for protecting its production with subsidies, exempting it from trade agreements, or banning its export outright. Whether the concept of a strategic good is still valid in this day and age, most countries nevertheless have regulations dealing with strategic goods.

The identified values of place and culture can provide the foundation for cultural tourism planning and em-tourism strategies, thematic architectural planning and cultural industries development This approach clearly provides a fruitful context for the convergence of academic and other specialist research skills, local knowledge, industry and government interests, and a useful example of the sort of multidisciplinary and cross sectoral collaboration in research which is going to be so important for both enhancing traditional cultural resources and values and developing them in the context of the creative industries.

They will certainly not be immune to change, confusion, and doubt, but they will be in a position to manage the change, and will not lose control of their society's historic trajectory. The Inca clearly did not have sufficient cultural resources to reach realistic conclusions about the Spaniards. Not only were they isolated, but they likely did not have a rich tradition of critical arts in the sense that European cultures do. It is important to note that the Europeans did not have nearly the easy conquests in Asia that they did in the Americas, which they reached at about the same time.

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