This review of The Creative Industries, Culture and Policy (Sage, 2012) has been recently published by Professor Josef Trappel (University of Salzburg, Austria) in Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 1/2013. pp. 100-102.
If you don’t read German, you can use the Google Translate software.
Flew, Terry (2012): The Creative Industries. Culture and Policy. London, Thousand Oaks, New Delhi, Singapore: Sage.
von Josef Trappel
Hand aufs Herz: Wer kann aus dem Stand hieb- und stichfest zwischen cultural industries und creative industries definitorisch unterscheiden? Wer sich
My paper for the Cultural Studies Association of Australasia 2012 Annual Conference can now be downloaded here.
The paper is titled “Culture Good, Economy Bad? Cultual Economy Beyond Binary Oppositions”.
The conference theme is Materialities: Economies, Empiricism, & Things, and it will be held from 4-6 December at the University of Sydney.
My paper to the Beijing Research Centre for Science of Science, Beijing Academy of Science and Technology (BJAST), to be presented on 11 October 2012, can be downloaded here.
The abstract for the paper is below:
The 21st century has been described as the “century of cities”. By 2030, 70 per cent of the world’s population will live in cities, with the most rapid urbanization occurring in the developing world. This paper will draw up geographer Ed Soja’s concept of the