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International Conference on Cultural Policy Research / July 05 - 09, 2016 / Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, South Korea

Thematic Sessions

Program > Thematic Sessions

In thematic sessions, specialists of specific themes are gathered and discuss about the themes in depth in order to signpost the direction of cultural policy related to the themes. Various local and international academic organizations participate to have such discussions. If a host of a thematic session submits the theme, presenter and discussant, the Scientific Committee will examine to decide whether to select the theme or not.

Guidelines for
Thematic Presentation

Paper presentation (max 10 minutes each. three to four presenters)
Discussants comments (5 minutes)
Discussion (5 minutes)

Total 40 to 50 minutes

Presenter
Each presenter has maximum 10 minutes. The manner of presentation is up to the presenter. Computers and beam projectors with PowerPoint, MSWord, and Adobe Reader are available at the venue for paper sessions. Presenter may bring all their related files in their USBs.
Discussant
After all presentations, the discussant comments about the papers and derives discussion. Maximum 5 minutes. The contents will be available on the website after June 2016.
Chairman
Chairman is the leader to guide presentations and discussions in each session. Chairman should recognize the theme of the session and should guide presentations and discussions to go on well. Also, chairman should mange presentation and discussion time in order to keep each session on schedule.

In thematic session specific research interest will be extensively explored in the form of multiple presenters and discussants. In ICCPR 2016, researchers have proposed various thematic sessions in the subject of arts management, civic engagement, art education, cultural policy education, cultural industry, cultural policy development, and urban regeneration.

- Civic engagement with the arts in creative age: The case of Seoul
- The governance of cultural diplomacy
- A crisis of values: Cultural policy development in Trinidad and Tobago
- The value of culture: Qualitative evaluation
- Rethinking cultural policy education. Does research provide new ideas for teaching and training cultural policy?
  (ENCATC network thematic panel)
- Bringing the Seoul Agenda 2010 back home: International perspectives on arts education policy research
- After urban regeneration: What future for urban cultural policy?
- Professionalism in the arts workforce
- Cultural flows and cultural policies in Asia