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The Progressive Policy Think Tank

26:2 issue contents - Cultural Capital(ism)

From counterculture in the 1960s to the punk eruption, from jazz to Northern Soul, culture and the arts can create and nurture political identities and preferences. But culture cannot lead politics if it is only the dominant group or elite who holds the means to produce and distribute culture.

This issue considers the relationship between culture, politics and economics; the role of culture in political movements and identity formation; and whether culture can be made accessible to everyone

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