Jim McGuigan discusses cultural policy as a manifestation of
cultural politics in the widest sense. Illustrating his case with
examples from recent cultural policy initiatives in Britain, the
United States and Australia, he looks at: * The rise of market
reasoning in arts administration * Urban regeneration and the arts
* Heritage tourism * Race, identity and cultural citizenship *
Censorship and moral regulation * The role of computer-mediated
communication in democratic discourse
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