Culture, Community, and Development

CULTURE, COMMUNITY, AND DEVELOPMENT: A Critical InterrelationshipIntroductionCommunity, Culture, and DevelopmentUnderstanding and Defining CultureA Changing World and Perceptions of CultureLooking Forward: A Return to the Importance of Culture and Cultural AttributesReferencesII. Theory and FrameworkA PROPOSAL: Stand for Civic EngagementCivic ConsiderationsTaking a StandThe Context: Semi-Rural AmericaThe Christmas Parade ProtestArt for Public Political DiscourseSocial SculptureMeeting SpotReconfiguring Government Space into Art SpaceBibliographyINTERCULTURAL LEARNING AMONG COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT STUDENTS: Positive Attitudes, Ambivalent ExperiencesIntroductionCommunity Development in University ContextsThe StudyResultsCommunity Development Students and Orientations to DiversityIdentity - Complex and ContextualThe Complexities of Actual Intercultural Croup-Work Based InteractionsConclusionAcknowledgementsReferencesIII. ResearchEXPLORING THE DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE ARTS IN COMMUNITIESValue of the Arts in CommunitiesArts Indicator ResearchThe Community Arts Vitality ModelEmpirical Categorizations of Index IndicatorsSteps in Exploratory Factor AnalysisFactor Extraction and RotationTechnical Factor ResultsInterpretation of the FactorsDiscussionThe Place of Local Cultural CharacterContributionsLimitations and Future DirectionsAcknowledgementsNoteReferencesTRADITIONS AND PLAY AS WAYS TO DEVELOP COMMUNITY: The Case of Korea's Belt-Wrestling Known as SsireumDevelopment as Cultural ChangeFoundations of Community LifeIdentifying a CommunityCommunity as a Dynamic ExperienceTradition as Adaptation in South KoreaPlay, Tradition, and SportKorean Play and SportPre-Traditional Belt WrestlingWrestling's Mythical OriginsWrestling's Historical RecordAncient Changes in Community and WrestlingDisruption and the Birth of SsireumWrestling as Anti-colonial Social CapitalReconstructing Wrestling's Technical Features and GrowthFoundations for Inventing TraditionRising and Falling Social CapitalEmergent Organizations, Signs, and Social CapitalPoliticization of Tradition and Socioeconomic CapitalCommunity Leadership Defining ValuesSocial Capital and Economic ConflictDevelopment Builds and Displaces TraditionsWhat Does Ssireum MeanSsireum's BricolageCultural symbols in Ssireum provide a common “vocabulary.”The Combination Produces the EffectThe Dark-side of TraditionDepending on Players without Serving ThemIneffective Practical LeadershipInequality MaintainedCultural IsolationDark CapitalSummary and Implications for Community DevelopmentAs Seen in KoreaSeparating Good from Bad CapitalNeed for Sustainable and Responsible ManagementDynamic Traditions as Buffers to DisruptionNotesReferencesIRISH DIASPORA AND SPORTING CULTURES OF CONFLICT, STABILITY, AND UNITY: Analysing the Power Politics of Community Development, Resistance, and Disempowerment through a Case Study Comparison of Benny Lynch and The Glasgow Effect'Introduction: Defining Anti-discriminatory, Culturally Sensitive, Socially Just, Strength Based and Inclusive Community DevelopmentMethodsSport, Religion and Radicalism: Disempowerment, Self-organisation and Unifying Moments Based on Class-ConsciousnessThe Glasgow Effect Report: How Long Will We Kill Our Prophets Whilst We Stand Aside and LookThe Ebb and Flow of Stability, Stigmatisation, Disempowerment and Conflict in Local Community WorkConclusionReferencesTRADITION, CULTURES, AND COMMUNITIES: Exploring the Potentials of Music and the Arts for Community Development in AppalachiaIntroductionReview of LiteratureCommunity as "Interaction"Loss of Community"Traditional" Cultures and CommunityResearch MethodologyKey Informant Interviews and Focus GroupsTheoretical Model for Culture, Intergenerational Development, and Community BuildingConclusionAcknowledgementsReferencesIV. PracticeSTRANGE BEDFELLOWS: Community Development, Democracy, and MagicKey Concepts and DefinitionsTraditional Models Often Maintain Gender, Class, and Race BiasesNon-traditional Forms of Democratic PracticeCreating Environments for Magic: A Case StudyPlaying with Creativity: Bronx, NYNew Relationships: Jazzy CoronaWorking with Emotions: Adam on Hylan Blvd.Critical ReflectionConclusionAcknowledgementsDisclosure statementReferencesWORKING WITH YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH THE ARTS, MUSIC AND TECHNOLOGY: Emancipating New Youth Civic EngagementIntroductionPositive Youth Development and Youth Civic EngagementHistorical ContextCase Study: SoundSurfers and TechSpaceSide Benefits of Being Involved in SoundSurfers: Two Case StoriesPractice Principle One: Leadership and Decision MakingPractice Principle Two: Learning and DevelopmentPractice Principle Three: Socially Inclusive EthosPractice Principle Four: Community ServiceDiscussion and ConsiderationsValuing Relationships as ParamountArts and Technology as Non-Stigmatising Space for YouthEmpathy Led Informal Civic EngagementConclusionNotesReferencesMORE THAN NOISE: Employing Hip-Hop Music to Inform Community Development PracticeA Brief History of Hip-hop and the CityAccess and Utilization of Hip-hop KnowledgeWhat Knowledge about Urban Conditions Is Embedded in Hip-Hop Music?Data and MethodsConstructing the SampleResultsDefinitions of Subgroup Croups and Codes2Results of Lyrical AnalysisSubgroup: ActorSubgroup: PlaceSubgroup: ProblemSubgroup: SolutionSummary of FindingsConclusion and Recommendations for Further StudyDisclosure StatementNotesReferencesCONNECTING INDUSTRY AND THE ARTS FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: The Art Hop of Burlington, VermontContext: Fostering a Culturally Creative EconomyArts, Business, and Culture (ABC)The Art HopCrunch and Funk RevisitedBurlington Art Hop at a Potential Crossroads?Considerations for Future Directions and ConclusionsNoteAcknowledgementsReferences
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