The 2014 "Cultural Consumption Barometer. Culture between Global and Local" was carried out by the National Institute for Research and Cultural Training, subordinated to the Romanian Ministry of Culture, is the only national institute that aims to study, research and provide statistical data in the field of culture as well as training professionals who choose a career in this field.
Barometer brings together information, analyzes and statistical data for eight cultural themes: non-consumption culture and strategy of stimulating cultural consumption, cultural consumption in public, performing arts, cultural heritage built, museums in Bucharest, artists and persons engaged in domestic network of cultural and electronic goods and domestic consumption and data on cultural forms in which globalization manifests.
Table of Contents
Introduction [Carmen Croitoru, Anda Becuţ]
Structure of the Volume [Carmen Croitoru, Anda Becuţ]
Methodological Aspects of the Research in the Cultural Consumption Field [Andrei Crăciun]
Chapter 1 – From Non-consumption to Strategies of Cultural Consumption Stimulation [Andrei Crăciun, Alexandra Mitoi]
Chapter 2 – Cultural Consumption within the Public Space. General Data [Andrei Crăciun, Alexandra Mitoi]
Chapter 3 – Performing Arts, between mere Literacy and Elitism [Carmen Croitoru, Bianca Bălșan]
Chapter 4 – The Built Cultural Heritage. An Analysis of the Population’s Perception [Anda Becuţ]
Chapter 5 – Bucharest Museums: Visiting Practices and Public’s Profile [Bogdan Pălici]
Chapter 6 – Artists and Active Persons in the Cultural and Creative Sectors: Perceptions, Attitudes and Opinions within the Population [Andrei Crăciun]
Chapter 7 – Domestic Network of Electronic Cultural Goods and Domestic Cultural Consumption [Ioana Ceobanu, Tatiana Cristea]
Chapter 8 – National versus Foreign Culture within the Context of Globalisation [Ștefania Voicu]