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Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2081-6383
Première publication
01 Jun 1974
Période de publication
4 fois par an
Langues
Anglais

Chercher

Volume 34 (2015): Edition 2 (June 2015)

Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2081-6383
Première publication
01 Jun 1974
Période de publication
4 fois par an
Langues
Anglais

Chercher

9 Articles
access type Accès libre

Location Patterns And Location Factors In Cultural And Creative Industries1

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 7 - 27

Résumé

Abstract

The paper analyses spatial and locational aspects of cultural and creative industries (CCI) taking into consideration the internal heterogeneity of this group of activities. Emphasis is put on similarities and differences in those aspects found for the sector as a whole and for its individual branches. On the basis of the proposed criteria the paper tries to exemplify a set of CCI characteristics, on the one hand to highlight their diversity, and on the other, to select the best criteria for analysing spatial and locational aspects of CCIs. A detailed analysis of CCI location patterns and location factors is also carried out, and on this basis two groups of models of the spatial aspects of CCIs are proposed: those of CCI location and those of the range of CCI markets.

Mots clés

  • creative industries
  • cultural industries
  • location patterns
  • location factors
access type Accès libre

Henri Lefebvre’s Concept Of Urban Space In The Context Of Preferences Of The Creative Classin A Modern City

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 29 - 34

Résumé

Abstract

This article seeks to present how the manner of recording the spatial phenomena analysed by Henri Lefebvre in his numerous publications can serve as a basis for reflections on the suitability of his theories for the description of the creative class in a modern city. Because Lefebvre pursued a number of lines of thought in his philosophical ideas, we can state that there is a strong correlation between the city image he created and preferences of the creative class in a modern city. The article is also intended to make the reader realise that records of philosophical ideas can, in many instances, contribute to the improvement of the actual space in a city.

Mots clés

  • creative industries
  • creative class
  • philosophy
  • urban studies
access type Accès libre

Creative Industries In The Polish Economy

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 35 - 43

Résumé

Abstract

The paper presents changes in the number of entities in the creative sector in Polish regions between 2009 and 2013. In the analysis use was made of Poland’s Central Statistical Office data to describe the development rate of this sector in the regions.

Mots clés

  • creative industries
  • regional development
  • regions
  • Poland
access type Accès libre

Contemporary Development Of Creative Industries In Bosnia And Herzegovina

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 45 - 51

Résumé

Abstract

The article consists of three basic parts. In the first, the concept of post-socialist urban settlements and the position of creative industries in them are presented. In the second, examples of the development of creative actions of cities are given. In the third, the role of local policy in the development of new creative industries in Bosnia and Herzegovina is critically analysed, emphasising some of its shortcomings and drawing up recommendations for future policy measures. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, contemporary ideas of the development of the creative industries started to develop at the end of 2001 with the use of the technology of the developed countries of the world.

Mots clés

  • creative industries
  • economic growth
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
access type Accès libre

Nostalgic Sentiment And Cultural And Creative Industries In Regional Development: A Slovak Case Study

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 53 - 63

Résumé

Abstract

In Slovakia, there are three unique, historical mining towns, Banská Bystrica, Banská Štiavnica and Kremnica, that have been successfully turned into creative cultural centres. The historical and cultural values of those towns have stood the test of time and become a magnet for a new and creative class of people looking to escape the brutality of high modernity (modern urban centres) and find a source of inspiration based on historical nostalgic sentimentalism — the basis for a new creative and cultural industry for rural areas. The main objective of this paper is to analyse the cultural and creative industries of these three unique historical mining centres with an eye to replicating their knowledge in other communities in economic stress. The paper will first explore concepts relating to cultural and creative industries with an eye towards nostalgic sentimentalism that is an important antithesis to high modernity, and even post-modernity. The second part will analyse the cultural and creative industries of the three centres based on primary data collected from several research projects in this area. The final part will provide some recommendations for the facilitation of creative and cultural enterprises in regional redevelopment. It also contains policy recommendations for the self-government of the region for a more effective and rational exploitation of the existing potential hiding in plain view.

Mots clés

  • cultural and creative industries
  • modernity
  • nostalgia
  • rural redevelopment
access type Accès libre

Virtual Community For A Creative City

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 65 - 74

Résumé

Abstract

Cities provide conditions for the development of creativity and creative capital; some cities have made it an area of strategic intervention. Surely, there is a strong link between the creativity of a city and the value of social capital in a given territory. Hence, it is vital to answer the following questions: To what extent does investment in human capital determine the value of creative capital? What to invest in? Can one invest efficiently taking advantage of the attractive and popular virtual space? These are the questions explored by the present authors. Their specific goal is to assess the importance of social networks as a modern ICT tool for establishing relations, and of open networks in the dissemination of knowledge and in the development of creative communities.

Mots clés

  • virtual community
  • creative cities
  • social capital
  • social media
  • social networks
  • virtual networks
access type Accès libre

Place Of Creation And Place Of Production: Spatial Dimensions Of The Berlin Fashion-Design Production Network

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 75 - 85

Résumé

Abstract

Fashion design plays a significant role in Berlin’s creative industries and for its start-up scene. Berlin has the highest concentration of designers in Germany, most of them working in small start-ups, while the spatial organisation of their production is stretched from the local level to the global network of fashion events, showing different entrepreneurial strategies within the production process. Different spatial structures of the production organisation are identifiable through which it is possible to discuss the role of Berlin in the production network of fashion designers and the kinds of relations holding between the city, designers, and their production network.

Mots clés

  • fashion design
  • production network
  • Berlin
  • creative field
access type Accès libre

Cultural Industries In The Development Policies Of Cities And Regions: A New Area Of Educationin Spatial Management

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 87 - 97

Résumé

Abstract

This paper seeks to present organisational and programme assumptions of a new field of postgraduate studies called Cultural industries in the development policies of cities and regions, prepared by a team of workers of the Institute of Socio-Economic Geography and Spatial Management of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań as a didactic innovation based on a modular system of education that meets contemporary changes in the labour market. The analysis will also embrace experiences following from the educational process implemented under the Human Capital Operational Programme in the years 2013–2015 (Priority IV: Tertiary Education and Science, Measure 4.3: Enhancing the didactic potential of universities in areas of key importance for the Europe 2020 Strategy). They provide a basis for conclusions and recommendations for higher schools interested in the development of this area of education.

Mots clés

  • spatial management
  • cultural industries
  • development policy
  • teaching
  • postgraduate study
  • modular syllabus
  • quality of education
access type Accès libre

Editorial

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 99 - 100

Résumé

9 Articles
access type Accès libre

Location Patterns And Location Factors In Cultural And Creative Industries1

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 7 - 27

Résumé

Abstract

The paper analyses spatial and locational aspects of cultural and creative industries (CCI) taking into consideration the internal heterogeneity of this group of activities. Emphasis is put on similarities and differences in those aspects found for the sector as a whole and for its individual branches. On the basis of the proposed criteria the paper tries to exemplify a set of CCI characteristics, on the one hand to highlight their diversity, and on the other, to select the best criteria for analysing spatial and locational aspects of CCIs. A detailed analysis of CCI location patterns and location factors is also carried out, and on this basis two groups of models of the spatial aspects of CCIs are proposed: those of CCI location and those of the range of CCI markets.

Mots clés

  • creative industries
  • cultural industries
  • location patterns
  • location factors
access type Accès libre

Henri Lefebvre’s Concept Of Urban Space In The Context Of Preferences Of The Creative Classin A Modern City

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 29 - 34

Résumé

Abstract

This article seeks to present how the manner of recording the spatial phenomena analysed by Henri Lefebvre in his numerous publications can serve as a basis for reflections on the suitability of his theories for the description of the creative class in a modern city. Because Lefebvre pursued a number of lines of thought in his philosophical ideas, we can state that there is a strong correlation between the city image he created and preferences of the creative class in a modern city. The article is also intended to make the reader realise that records of philosophical ideas can, in many instances, contribute to the improvement of the actual space in a city.

Mots clés

  • creative industries
  • creative class
  • philosophy
  • urban studies
access type Accès libre

Creative Industries In The Polish Economy

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 35 - 43

Résumé

Abstract

The paper presents changes in the number of entities in the creative sector in Polish regions between 2009 and 2013. In the analysis use was made of Poland’s Central Statistical Office data to describe the development rate of this sector in the regions.

Mots clés

  • creative industries
  • regional development
  • regions
  • Poland
access type Accès libre

Contemporary Development Of Creative Industries In Bosnia And Herzegovina

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 45 - 51

Résumé

Abstract

The article consists of three basic parts. In the first, the concept of post-socialist urban settlements and the position of creative industries in them are presented. In the second, examples of the development of creative actions of cities are given. In the third, the role of local policy in the development of new creative industries in Bosnia and Herzegovina is critically analysed, emphasising some of its shortcomings and drawing up recommendations for future policy measures. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, contemporary ideas of the development of the creative industries started to develop at the end of 2001 with the use of the technology of the developed countries of the world.

Mots clés

  • creative industries
  • economic growth
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
access type Accès libre

Nostalgic Sentiment And Cultural And Creative Industries In Regional Development: A Slovak Case Study

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 53 - 63

Résumé

Abstract

In Slovakia, there are three unique, historical mining towns, Banská Bystrica, Banská Štiavnica and Kremnica, that have been successfully turned into creative cultural centres. The historical and cultural values of those towns have stood the test of time and become a magnet for a new and creative class of people looking to escape the brutality of high modernity (modern urban centres) and find a source of inspiration based on historical nostalgic sentimentalism — the basis for a new creative and cultural industry for rural areas. The main objective of this paper is to analyse the cultural and creative industries of these three unique historical mining centres with an eye to replicating their knowledge in other communities in economic stress. The paper will first explore concepts relating to cultural and creative industries with an eye towards nostalgic sentimentalism that is an important antithesis to high modernity, and even post-modernity. The second part will analyse the cultural and creative industries of the three centres based on primary data collected from several research projects in this area. The final part will provide some recommendations for the facilitation of creative and cultural enterprises in regional redevelopment. It also contains policy recommendations for the self-government of the region for a more effective and rational exploitation of the existing potential hiding in plain view.

Mots clés

  • cultural and creative industries
  • modernity
  • nostalgia
  • rural redevelopment
access type Accès libre

Virtual Community For A Creative City

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 65 - 74

Résumé

Abstract

Cities provide conditions for the development of creativity and creative capital; some cities have made it an area of strategic intervention. Surely, there is a strong link between the creativity of a city and the value of social capital in a given territory. Hence, it is vital to answer the following questions: To what extent does investment in human capital determine the value of creative capital? What to invest in? Can one invest efficiently taking advantage of the attractive and popular virtual space? These are the questions explored by the present authors. Their specific goal is to assess the importance of social networks as a modern ICT tool for establishing relations, and of open networks in the dissemination of knowledge and in the development of creative communities.

Mots clés

  • virtual community
  • creative cities
  • social capital
  • social media
  • social networks
  • virtual networks
access type Accès libre

Place Of Creation And Place Of Production: Spatial Dimensions Of The Berlin Fashion-Design Production Network

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 75 - 85

Résumé

Abstract

Fashion design plays a significant role in Berlin’s creative industries and for its start-up scene. Berlin has the highest concentration of designers in Germany, most of them working in small start-ups, while the spatial organisation of their production is stretched from the local level to the global network of fashion events, showing different entrepreneurial strategies within the production process. Different spatial structures of the production organisation are identifiable through which it is possible to discuss the role of Berlin in the production network of fashion designers and the kinds of relations holding between the city, designers, and their production network.

Mots clés

  • fashion design
  • production network
  • Berlin
  • creative field
access type Accès libre

Cultural Industries In The Development Policies Of Cities And Regions: A New Area Of Educationin Spatial Management

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 87 - 97

Résumé

Abstract

This paper seeks to present organisational and programme assumptions of a new field of postgraduate studies called Cultural industries in the development policies of cities and regions, prepared by a team of workers of the Institute of Socio-Economic Geography and Spatial Management of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań as a didactic innovation based on a modular system of education that meets contemporary changes in the labour market. The analysis will also embrace experiences following from the educational process implemented under the Human Capital Operational Programme in the years 2013–2015 (Priority IV: Tertiary Education and Science, Measure 4.3: Enhancing the didactic potential of universities in areas of key importance for the Europe 2020 Strategy). They provide a basis for conclusions and recommendations for higher schools interested in the development of this area of education.

Mots clés

  • spatial management
  • cultural industries
  • development policy
  • teaching
  • postgraduate study
  • modular syllabus
  • quality of education
access type Accès libre

Editorial

Publié en ligne: 22 Jun 2015
Pages: 99 - 100

Résumé

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