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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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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

  • 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)

clockwise:

- theatre, dance

- cinema

- amateur art

- musical, shows


clockwise:

- art museum

- cult. heritage

- concert classical

- other concerts


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)

  • 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: Jazz/Blues Concerts(data: Survey on Socio-Cultural Shifts in Flanders, 1996-2008)


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)


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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