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A Reflexion on the Urban Policy toward Cultural-creative Industries
Creative city;Post-industrialization;Cultural-creative industry;Cultural capital;Urban policy
|Issue Date: ||2015-06-08T07:45:02Z
In the age of post-industrialization, the innovation, transformation, regeneration and systematization within the capacity of culture creativity are the core power for the progression of local economic development. While the culture department of government emphasizing on the importance of “culture-creative industry”, the practitioners of culture also argue for the points of view about “Culture is good business” or “cultural creativity is the best business.” In another words, nowadays, the local developments has oriented toward a society within highly post-industrialization and radical transformation of industrial organization, then, what dependent upon for local prospect and survival are the lifestyle and pattern full of humanity; that is, economic development, competitive advantage, and wealth creation for any area cannot purely rely on the traditional production of economic goods and services. Therefore, this article is attempt to make use of the knowledge-based cultural economy theory; first, exploring the relationship between culture and economic development; second, suggesting some concepts and theses for the “creative potential” of local economic development through theories associated with cultural economy/industry; and finally, through the argument of potential for cultural industry within foreign cases- especially the Singapore experiences, understanding the ability of constructing “cultural capital” through it, and making some suggestions for Taiwan.
|Relation: ||彰化師大文學院學報, 3: 187-214|
|Appears in Collections:||[地理學系] 期刊論文|
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