Analitzar la política cultural: incorregiblement plural o incompatible ontològicament?

Clive Gray

Resum

Els enfocaments de l’estudi de la política cultural solen vincular-se a disciplines concretes, cosa que pot dur a un fracàs en l’intent d’apreciar les diferencies reals entre aquestes disciplines d’acord amb el que investiguen i com es realitzen aquestes recerques. Les diferències en els nivells ontològic, epistemològic i metodològic entre diverses disciplines impliquen que no siga possible adoptar sense més el que cada disciplina diu sobre la política cultural en sentit estricte. Sense una comprensió major, des del punt de vista teòric i metodològic, de les eines disponibles per a l’anàlisi de la política cultural, és poc probable que es genere un enfocament analític més sofisticat. En aquest article, es discuteixen les conseqüències d’aquest fet per a l’anàlisi de la política cultural i els futurs desenvolupaments analítics en aquesta àrea.

Paraules clau

análisis, teoría, metodología, política cultural.

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