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”Det klassiska är ju att de där subkulturerna inte kommer med” - En socialantropologisk studie av Malmö Stads policy-förfarande i möten med icke-kommersiella kulturverksamheter

Mandin, Leo LU (2020) SANK02 20192
Social Anthropology
Abstract
This Bachelor’s thesis examines how Malmö Stad’s organization works with questions of culture (music, art, dance, etc.) and participation. It gives an insight into various policy documents and how they are displayed in three case studies regarding cultural operators in the subgenre. Through the theories of Mary Douglas (1966), John Clarke (2008) and Chris Shore & Susan Wright (1997, 2011) amongst others, the thesis highlights the effects and consequences of such policy-making. Malmö Stad’s misunderstanding, miscommunication or mistrust in the cultural operators leads to a more divided city even though Malmö Stad’s organization expresses good intentions. Also, the thesis touches upon the concerns regarding complexity within the organization... (More)
This Bachelor’s thesis examines how Malmö Stad’s organization works with questions of culture (music, art, dance, etc.) and participation. It gives an insight into various policy documents and how they are displayed in three case studies regarding cultural operators in the subgenre. Through the theories of Mary Douglas (1966), John Clarke (2008) and Chris Shore & Susan Wright (1997, 2011) amongst others, the thesis highlights the effects and consequences of such policy-making. Malmö Stad’s misunderstanding, miscommunication or mistrust in the cultural operators leads to a more divided city even though Malmö Stad’s organization expresses good intentions. Also, the thesis touches upon the concerns regarding complexity within the organization and its subsequent effects. (Less)
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This Bachelor’s thesis examines how Malmö Stad’s organization works with questions of culture (music, art, dance, etc.) and participation. It gives an insight into various policy documents and how they are displayed in three case studies regarding cultural operators in the subgenre. Through the theories of Mary Douglas (1966), John Clarke (2008) and Chris Shore & Susan Wright (1997, 2011) amongst others, the thesis highlights the effects and consequences of such policy-making. Malmö Stad’s misunderstanding, miscommunication or mistrust in the cultural operators leads to a more divided city even though Malmö Stad’s organization expresses good intentions. Also, the thesis touches upon the concerns regarding complexity within the organization... (More)
This Bachelor’s thesis examines how Malmö Stad’s organization works with questions of culture (music, art, dance, etc.) and participation. It gives an insight into various policy documents and how they are displayed in three case studies regarding cultural operators in the subgenre. Through the theories of Mary Douglas (1966), John Clarke (2008) and Chris Shore & Susan Wright (1997, 2011) amongst others, the thesis highlights the effects and consequences of such policy-making. Malmö Stad’s misunderstanding, miscommunication or mistrust in the cultural operators leads to a more divided city even though Malmö Stad’s organization expresses good intentions. Also, the thesis touches upon the concerns regarding complexity within the organization and its subsequent effects. (Less)
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author
Mandin, Leo LU
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course
SANK02 20192
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
social anthropology, culture, policy, neoliberalism, Malmö Stad, subcultures
language
Swedish
id
9004437
date added to LUP
2020-02-06 17:12:21
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2020-02-06 17:12:21
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  abstract     = {This Bachelor’s thesis examines how Malmö Stad’s organization works with questions of culture (music, art, dance, etc.) and participation. It gives an insight into various policy documents and how they are displayed in three case studies regarding cultural operators in the subgenre. Through the theories of Mary Douglas (1966), John Clarke (2008) and Chris Shore & Susan Wright (1997, 2011) amongst others, the thesis highlights the effects and consequences of such policy-making. Malmö Stad’s misunderstanding, miscommunication or mistrust in the cultural operators leads to a more divided city even though Malmö Stad’s organization expresses good intentions. Also, the thesis touches upon the concerns regarding complexity within the organization and its subsequent effects.},
  author       = {Mandin, Leo},
  keyword      = {social anthropology,culture,policy,neoliberalism,Malmö Stad,subcultures},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {”Det klassiska är ju att de där subkulturerna inte kommer med” - En socialantropologisk studie av Malmö Stads policy-förfarande i möten med icke-kommersiella kulturverksamheter},
  year         = {2020},
}