Cultural Work and Higher Education by D. Ashton,C. Noonan

By D. Ashton,C. Noonan

The cultural industries are a space of endured overseas debate. This edited quantity brings jointly unique contributions to ascertain the stories and realities of operating inside a few artistic sectors and tackle how greater schooling can either allow scholars to pursue and severely research paintings within the cultural industries.

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