Student material

 

REQUIRED READING

Abbing, H. (2019) The Changing Social Economy of Art, Are the Arts becoming less Exclusive? Palgrave, London. New York. Pages to be announced.
Download the free e-book from the Erasmus Library.

Abbing 2019. A distressful labor of love (44)

Abbing 2019. On the (un)importance of art education for gate keeping (14)

Lindström – Constructions of Professional Subjectivity at the Fine Arts College. Nordic journal of working life studies, 6 (3).

Miller. Sustainable and Unsustainable Semi-Professionalism : Grassroots Music Careers in Folk and Metal, Popular Music and Society, 41 (1) (with marks by Rick Everts)

Siltala 2012. Gatekeeping in the Arts World of Finland -Identifying Gatekeepers

Stebbins The Amateur, Two sociological definitions Svensson – Occupations_and_Professionalism_in_Art_and_Culture

Svensson – Occupations_and_Professionalism_in_Art_and_Culture  Professions and Professionalism, 5 (2).

FACULTATIVE READING

Abbing, H. (2019) The Changing Social Economy of Art, Are the Arts becoming less Exclusive? Palgrave, London. New York. Pages to be announced.
Download the free e-book from the Erasmus Library.

Atkinson_Professionals_IDATER

Bryan-Wilson, Julia and Benjamin Piekut – Amateurism

Evetts – The Sociological Analysis of ProfessionalismEvetts – The Sociological Analysis of Professionalism

Lena and Peterson Music Trajectories (Lena, J. C., & Peterson, R. A. (2008). Classification as Culture: Types and Trajectories of Music Genres. American Sociological Review, 73, 697–718.

 MARNIN-DISTELFELD a.o. “I AM NOT AN ARTIST, I MAKE ART”: MATEURISH ARTISTS IN ISRAEL AND THE SENSE OF CREATIVITY, Creativity studies, 2020 Volume 13 Issue 1: 64–86

Morrow_G_2018_Artist_Management_Agility

Munte and Scheid Coping with Crises ANeo-ClassicalViewonProfessions

TEXTS THAT MAY BE USEFUL FOR STUDENTS INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT

Bryman on Focus-group research methods