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AAD 520, Unit 7: Continued Debate: Public Culture and Policy in the United States
Transcript of AAD 520, Unit 7: Continued Debate: Public Culture and Policy in the United States
Continued Debate: Public Culture and Policy in the United States
I. The Greatest Debates from Earlier Decades & Impacts to Policy
II. Does the U.S. really have a Public Culture?
(1) public culture and democracy are mutually constitutive
(2) elite culture can be detrimental to democracy
(3) the deliberate pursuit of diversity is a democratic endeavor, and
(4) culture can bridge social differences.
III. Is Public Art Public Culture?
IV. Ideas for Invigorating America’s Public Culture
Guiding Reflection Questions for Unit Conclusion:
Taking into account the authors and other scholars presented in this Unit through readings and examples:
What sorts of commonalities do you note about their views of U.S. Public Culture?
What do some of the authors/scholars see as the biggest challenges to achieving a more cohesive and satisfying Public Culture in the U.S.?
What advice do they offer for current and future arts administrators/professionals working to improve public culture?
What public culture related questions might you ask one or more of these authors/scholars if given the chance to do so?