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Regulation of Museums in France and Shaping the Agenda and Discourses in Public Space

Student: Alina Ukleina

Supervisor: Ilya Kiriya

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Journalism (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This paper is aimed to enrich the knowledge in the research field of cultural industries and their correlation with media and public space. It shows the cultural correlations in France between the three chosen actors that are cultural institutions represented by museums, media and public space, where the active civic position is demonstrated. This research examines the influence caused by one of these institutions in the context of the given method of governance in France. To prove this statement the political implementation, civic activity, media activity and cultural involvement were chosen as the main indicators The research considers the recent theoretical works on the influence of museums on the socio-political life of the world as the main resources which have led to the presented hypothesis. French cultural institutions are highly estimated all around the world and at the same time they are regulated mostly by the people’s civic involvement. This phenomenon could lead to the implementation of a new cultural politics on the international scene: “top-down” versus “bottom-up” policy.

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