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The Effect of Generations Insights from Flemish Research on ‘Receptive’ and ‘Active’ Cultural Participation. John Lievens. Active Cultural Participation in Europe, 8-10 June 2011, Ghent. Preliminary Remarks. age = physical age birth cohort (generation)

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Active cultural participation in europe 8 10 june 2011 ghent

The Effect of GenerationsInsights from Flemish Research on ‘Receptive’ and ‘Active’ Cultural Participation

John Lievens

Active Cultural Participation in Europe, 8-10 June 2011, Ghent


Preliminary remarks

Preliminary Remarks

  • age =

    • physical age

    • birth cohort (generation)

    • in order to discern: longitudinal data needed

  • generation =

    • between individuals

    • within families

  • age differences / effects not necessarily linear


Participation by age data participation in flanders 2009

Participation by Age(data: Participation in Flanders 2009)

clockwise:

- theatre, dance

- cinema

- amateur art

- musical, shows


Active cultural participation in europe 8 10 june 2011 ghent

clockwise:

- art museum

- cult. heritage

- concert classical

- other concerts


Intergenerational effect of parental participation data participation in flanders 2009

Intergenerational: Effect of Parental Participation(data: Participation in Flanders 2009)

- cult. heritage

- art museum

- concert classical

- cinema

- non-art museum

- concert not classical


Intergenerational effect of parental participation data participation in flanders 2003 2004

Intergenerational: Effect of Parental Participation (data: Participation in Flanders 2003-2004)

  • multilevel analysis on children in households

  • strong positive effects of parental cultural participation

  • positive effects of mother’s cultural behaviour larger than that of father’s


Physical age vs birth cohort cinema data survey on socio cultural shifts in flanders 1996 2008

Physical Age vs. Birth Cohort: Cinema(data: Survey on Socio-Cultural Shifts in Flanders, 1996-2008)


Active cultural participation in europe 8 10 june 2011 ghent

Physical Age vs. Birth Cohort: Jazz/Blues Concerts(data: Survey on Socio-Cultural Shifts in Flanders, 1996-2008)


Active cultural participation in europe 8 10 june 2011 ghent

Physical Age vs. Birth Cohort: Museums, Exhibitions(data: Survey on Socio-Cultural Shifts in Flanders, 1996-2008)


Physical age vs birth cohort opera data survey on socio cultural shifts in flanders 1996 2008

Physical Age vs. Birth Cohort: Opera(data: Survey on Socio-Cultural Shifts in Flanders, 1996-2008)


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • art participation by age: not necessarily a linear trend

  • strong positive effect of cultural capital in the parental milieu(intergenerational transmission)

  • age vs. generation:

    • within generations: decreasing participation with age

    • between generations: especially for more ‘arty’ activities: older generations participate more


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