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QUESTIONING A NEOLIBERAL URBAN REGENERATION POLICY

作     者:Lee, Kwang-Suk  suk_lee@mail.utexas.edu 

作者机构:Department of Radio-TV-Film The University of Texas at Austin UA9 2.108 1 University Station A0800 Austin TX 78712-0108 USA 

出 版 物:《International Journal of Cultural Policy》 

年 卷 期:2007年第13卷第4期

页      面:335-347页

学科分类:05[文学] 0503[文学-新闻传播学] 

主  题:creative city cultural industry human rights neoliberalism state interventionism sustainable development 

摘      要:The present study traces recent trends in cultural policy concerning cities of culture in South Korea. The paper is a case study of the city of Gwangju, known as the birthplace of modern democracy in Korea. Currently, public input from below into the urban regeneration project for Gwangju is almost nonexistent, while most urban regeneration policies have been implemented from the top by elites who enjoy exhibiting their performances through constructing massive edifices rather than encouraging the preservation of such intangibles as historical significance through cultural participation from below. The government s policy of promoting Gwangju as the city of culture in order to make it a hub of Asian cultural industry and tourism in the global economy is closely allied to its policy of economic reductionism of culture. The study suggests that Gwangju and its unique heritage would instead benefit from an urban regeneration policy aimed at establishing it as the city of art and culture for human rights and democracy and as part of a collaborative network with the heritage initiatives of international bodies. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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