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Carpentier, N (2015) Differentiating between access, interaction and participation Conjunctions. Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation, vol. 2, no. 2
Jancovich 2019 The “problem” of participation in cultural policy in Cultures of Participation (2019) eds. Eriksson, B, Stage, C and Valytysson, B, London, Routledge
Falk, M., & Katz-Gerro, T. (2016). Cultural participation in Europe: Can we identify common determinants? Journal of Cultural Economics, 40(2), 127–162.
Karsten 2012. Participation Models, A chase through the mazehttps://www.nonformality.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Participation_Models_20121118.pdf
Matarasso, F (2019) A Restless Art, London Calouste Gulbenkian Part 1 https://arestlessart.files.wordpress.com/2019/03/2019-a-restless-art.pdf
Miles, A. and Gibson, L. (2016) ‘Everyday participation and cultural value’, Cultural Trends. Routledge, 25(3), pp. 151–157.
Miller (2016): Activism vs. antagonism: Socially engaged art from Bourriaud to Bishop and beyond. Field 3 2016. http://field-journal.com/issue-3/activism-vs-antagonism-socially-engaged-art-from-bourriaud-to-bishop-and-beyond
Simon, N. (2016). The art of relevance . Santa Cruz, Calif: Museum 2.0.
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van Dijck J. Users like you? Theorizing agency in user-generated content. Media, Culture & Society. 2009;31(1):41-58.
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Bishop C (2012) Artificial Hells Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship , New York Verso
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Chambers, R (2002). Participatory Workshops: a sourcebook of 21 sets of ideas and activities. Earthscan.
Delwiche (2012) The Participatory Cultures Handbook, London, Routledge
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Hickey and Mohan ed. (2004) Participation - From Tyranny to Transformation: Exploring New Approaches to Participation in Development LondonZed books
Fukuda-Parr and Shiva Kumar (eds) Readings in Human Development. Oxford University Press.
Harpin A and Nicholson H, 2016. Performance and Participation, Practices, Audiences, Politics.Red Globe Press
Jackson, S. (2011) Social Works: Performing Art, Supporting Publics, Oxon, Routledge
Kelly, O. (1984) Community, art, and the state : storming the citadels. Comedia Pub. Group in association with Marion Boyars.
Kester, G. H.(2011) The one and the many : contemporary collaborative art in a global context Durham North Carolina, Dukes University Press
O'Grady, A (2017) Risk, Participation, and Performance Practice: Critical Vulnerabilities in a Precarious World. London, Palgrave Macmillan
Putnam, R. (2000) Bowling Alone: The collapse and revival of American community. New York: Simon and Schuster.
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Robinson R (2015) Music Festivals and the Politics of Participation. London Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series
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Balling, G. and Kann-Christensen, N. (2013) What is a non-user?: An analysis of Danish surveys on cultural habits and participation,Cultural Trends, 22, pp. 67–76.
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Bonet, L. and Négrier, E. (2018) The participative turn in cultural policy: Paradigms, models, contexts’, Poetics, 66.
Brook, O. (2016) Spatial equity and cultural participation: how access influences attendance at museums and galleries in London, Cultural Trends, 25(1), pp. 21–34.
Chou, Gagnon & Pruitt (2015) Putting participation on stage: examining participatory theatre as an alternative site for political participation, Policy Studies, 36:6, 607-622
Courty, P. & Zhang, F. J (2018) Understanding arts engagement in Chinese cities Cult Econ 42: 543.
DiMaggio (1987) Classification in Art. American Sociological Review Vol. 52, No. 4 pp. 440-455
Evrard, Y. (1997) Democratizing Culture or Cultural Democracy? The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society, 27(3), pp. 167–175.
Fischer, F, (2006) Participatory Governance as Deliberative Empowerment The Cultural Politics of Discursive Space, The American Review of Public Administration, 36:1 pg 19-40
Gartman, D. (no date) ‘Culture as Class Symbolization or Mass Reification? A Critique of Bourdieu’s Distinction’, American Journal of Sociology. University of Chicago Press, pp. 421–447.
Modesto Gayo-Cal, 2006. Leisure and participation in Britain, Cultural Trends, 15:2-3, 175-192
Mpofu, E. et al. (2006) African Perspectives on Creativity. In J. C. Kaufman & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.). The International Handbook of Creativity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Gilmore, A. (2013) Cold Spots, Crap Towns and Cultural Deserts: The Role of Place and Geography in Cultural Participation and Creative Place-Making, Cultural Trends, 22, pp. 86–96.
Gilmore, A. (2012) Counting eyeballs, soundbites and “plings”: arts participation, strategic instrumentalism and the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, International Journal of Cultural Policy, pp. 151–167.
Hanson, C. (2013). Exploring Dimensions of Critical Reflection in Activist–Facilitator Practice. Journal of Transformative Education, 11(1), 70–89.
Jancovich, L. (2011) Great art for everyone? Engagement and participation policy in the arts, Cultural Trends, 20(3–4).
Jancovich, L 2015, Breaking the Fourth Wall in Arts ManagementInternational Journal Arts Management 18:1, 14-28
Jancovich, L (2015) The Participation Myth International Journal of cultural policy, Volume 23, Issue 1
Jancovich, L 2016. Building local capacity in the arts.Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events. pp. 1-18.
Jancovich, L. and Hansen, L. E. (2018) ‘Rethinking participation in the Aarhus as European Capital of Culture 2017 project’, Cultural Trends.
Jancovich, L2019. Creative People and Places, an experiment in place based funding, Journal of Arts and communities
Johanson, K., Glow, H. and Kershaw, A. (2014) ‘New modes of arts participation and the limits of cultural indicators for local government’, Poetics, 43(1).
Kelaher, M. et al.(2014) ‘Evaluating community outcomes of participation in community arts: A case for civic dialogue’, Journal of Sociology, 50(2).
Markusen, A. and Brown, A. (2014) ‘From audience to participants: New thinking for the performing arts’, Analise Social, 49(213).
Mihelj, S., Leguina, A., & Downey, J. (2019). Culture is digital: Cultural participation, diversity and the digital divide. New Media & Society, 21(7), 1465–1485.
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Roose & Daenekindt, 2015 Cultural Participation Trends in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition)
Rowe, G., & Frewer, L. J. (2000) Public participation methods: A frame-work for evaluation,Science, Technology & Human Values, 25(1), 3–29
Stevenson, D. (2013) ‘What’s the problem again? The problematisation of cultural participation in Scottish cultural policy’, Cultural Trends, 22
Stevenson, D., Balling, G. and Kann-Rasmussen, N. (2015) ‘Cultural participation in Europe: shared problem or shared problematisation?’, International Journal of Cultural Policy, 6632
Stevenson, D. (2016) Understanding the problem of cultural non-participation: discursive structures, articulatory practice and cultural domination. Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
Stevenson D (2019) The cultural non-participant: critical logics and discursive subject identities Arts and the Market
Tan, C. (2016). Understanding creativity in East Asia: insights from Confucius’ concept of junzi. International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation, 4(1), 51–61. https://doi.org/10.1080/21650349.2015.1026943
Taylor, M. (2016) Nonparticipation or different styles of participation? Alternative interpretations from Taking Part,Cultural Trends Volume25 Issue 3
Van Zoonen, L. (2009) Participation and media production. Critical reflections on content creation- Edited by Nico Carpentier & Benjamin De Cleen’, Journal of Communication, 59(3), pp. E9–E12.
Anheier 2016 Cultural Participation And Inclusive Societies A thematic report based on the Indicator Framework on Culture and Democracy Council of Europe
Arts Council England (2008) The arts debate: What people want from the arts. London. Arts Council England
Blanche, R. (2014) Towards a shared responsibility for quality in the participatory arts: Key insights into conditions underpinning quality, Journal of Arts and Communities, vol. 6, , pp. 145-164.
Bollo, Pozzolo, Federico & Gordon (2009) Framework For Cultural Statistics Handbook No. 2 Measuring cultural participationFondazione Fitzcarraldo Onius.
Brown, A.S.; Novak-Leonard, J.L. & Gilbride, S. (2011) Getting in on the act: How arts groups are creating opportunities for active participation. San Francisco, CA: The James Irvine Foundation
Crossick, G. and Kaszynska, P. (2016) Understanding the value of arts & culture: The AHRC Cultural Value Project, Arts and Humanities Research Council (pp. 366-380) : SAGE Publications Ltd. Available online in the Library. Community Pride Initiative (2003) Slicing Up The Pie Community Involvement In Participatory Budgeting. https://www.participatorybudgeting.org.uk/Downloads/Slicing up the Pie.pdf
DCLG (2008) Participatory Budgeting: a draft national strategy.London. DCLG
Dodd, F., Graves, A. and Taws, K. (2008) Our Creative Talent: the voluntary and amateur arts in England.
Delaney & Keaney (2006). Cultural Participation, Social Capital and Civil Renewal in the United Kingdom: Statistical Evidence from National and International Survey Data. London: ippr
Eurostat (2016) Culture statistics 2016 edition.
Fennell, E., Gavelin, K. & Jackson, R. (2009). Participatory Budgeting and the Arts,London,Involve.
Fleming, T (2008) Crossing Boundaries The role of cross-art-form and media venues in the age of 'clicks' not 'bricks'
Keaney, E. (2006) From Access To Participation Cultural Policy And Civil Renewal. Available at: www.ippr.org
Holden, John (2006). Cultural Value and the Crisis of Legitimacy. Why culture needs a democratic mandate.London: Demos Available online
Jackson, Rosario; Kabwasa-Green; Herranz, (2006). Cultural vitality in communities: interpretation and indicators. Washington D.C.: The Urban Institute.
Keaney, E. (2006) Public Value and the Arts: Literature Review, London, Arts Council England.
Keaney, E. et al.(2007) The arts debate: Summary and analysis of consultation responses. London, Arts Council England
Laaksonen, Annamari (2010).Making Culture Accessible: Access, Participation in Cultural Life and Cultural Provision in the Context of Cultural Rights in Europe.Strasbourg: Council of Europe
Leadbeater, C (2014) The Art of With http://charlesleadbeater.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/The-Art-of-With-PDF.pdf
Morrone (2006) Guidelines For Measuring Cultural ParticipationUNESCO Institute for Statistics
National Endowment for the Arts (2011). Audience 2.0: How Technology Influences Arts Participation. Washington DC: National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).
National Endowment for the Arts (2015) A decade of arts engagement: findings from the survey of public participation in the arts national endowment for the arts. Washington DC: NEA
Novak-Leonard, Jennifer L. and Alan S. Brown (2011). Beyond Attendance: A Multi-Modal Understanding of Arts Participation.Washington DC: NEA
Ostrower (2005) The Diversity of Cultural Participation Findings From A National Survey,The Wallace Foundation
UNESCO Institute for Statistics. (2012) Measuring cultural participation.
Conjunctions, Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation https://sciendo.com/issue/TJCP/7/2
Involve - UK's leading public participation charity https://www.involve.org.uk/resources/knowledge-base/what/participation
Everyday Participation – major research project on what people do in their spare time http://www.everydayparticipation.org
Paul Hamlyn foundation – Charitable trust with commitment to arts participation and access https://www.phf.org.uk/our-work-in-the-uk/arts-access-participation/
Burning Man – US Festival with participatory ethos https://burningman.org/event/brc/participate/
International network on cultural participation https://www.culturalparticipation.co.uk
UNESCO international body promoting participation and development http://www.unesco.org/new/en/member-states/mscontent/participation-programme/
European Commission collecting statistics on participationhttps://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-manuals-and-guidelines/-/KS-GQ-18-011
This list was last updated on 12/08/2021