By Alvin J. Harman
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New Labour downplayed their interest in The Challenge for Social Democracy 35 this sector in order to emphasise their modernising intent and to differentiate themselves from the preceding Conservative government, which had made heritage central to its cultural policies. This led to criticisms of New Labour from the heritage sector, and accusations of underfunding. Nevertheless, there are reasons to think that heritage did well during the New Labour period, and certainly the sector took on issues of ‘access’ and ‘diversity’ based on criticisms of heritage and, indeed, paternalist cultural policy more generally.
To what extent did New Labour abandon key values of social democratic cultural policy, and to what extent did it valuably reinvent them for new times? 2. 2 The research questions 1. To what extent and in what ways did New Labour’s cultural policies maintain continuity with previous cultural policy regimes, and to what extent and in what ways did they transform them? (Continuity and change) 2. How did the various policy groups articulate the interests of the institutions and ideologies they represented?
Modern goods and services require high value added input. Some of it comes from technology or ﬁnancial capital – both instantly transferable. Much of it comes from people – their ability to innovate, to think anew, to be creative. Such people are broad-minded: they thrive on curiosity about the next idea; they welcome the challenge of an open world. Such breadth of mind is enormously enhanced by interaction with art and culture. The whole process of stimulation through plays, books, ﬁlms, works of art; the delight in design, in architecture, in crafts: all of this enlarges a country’s capacity to be reﬂective, interested and bold.
A methodology for cost factor comparison and prediction by Alvin J. Harman