UEP Place and Space report 2018.pdf (2.86 MB)
Understanding Everyday Participation: the effect of place and space on patterns of participation in libraries and leisure centres
reportposted on 2017-09-21, 13:52 authored by Varina Delrieu, Lisanne Gibson
[From Introduction] The research project ‘Understanding Everyday Participation- Articulating Cultural Values’ (AHRC 2012- 2018) explores the ways in which the ‘situatedness’ or the social/spatial context of participation is an important factor in understanding the sociopolitical dynamics of cultural participation (Miles and Gibson, 2016 and see project www at http:// www.everydayparticipation.org/). This report on the geography of library and leisure centre discusses the impact of geography and asset attractiveness on particular kinds of cultural and leisure participation.
Understanding Everyday Participation- Articulating Cultural Values (UEP) is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their Connected Communities: Communities, Culture and Creative Economies programme with additional support from Creative Scotland.
- VoR (Version of Record)