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  • Hultgren, Frances, et al. (författare)
  • Forskningsprojektet KUMBA och Barnens kulturrum
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Mötesplats Borås: Profession, Forskning. 19-20 oktober 2011, Högskolan i Borås.
  • Konferensbidrag (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Barn och unga framhålls i handlingsprogram och styrdokument ofta som prioriterade grupper, där inte minst rättigheterna för barn med funktionshinder och med annan bakgrund än den svenska framhålls. Barnbibliotek, museer och kulturskolor finns i alla kommuner och erbjuder verksamheter och upplevelser för barn. Men det sker få utvärderingar och uppföljningar av dessa verksamheter och projekt. Det saknas i stor utsträckning forskning om barn och unga som kulturkonsumenter och kulturskapare, något som uppmärksammats av såväl forskare och praktiker som politiker på regional och kommunal nivå (Rydsjö & Elf 2007). I regionala och kommunala handlingsprogram framhålls vikten av barns och ungas tillgång till kulturupplevelser och att unga ska ha verklig möjlighet till inflytande och delaktighet. (VGR 2008; 2009; Borås Stad 2004). Barns delaktighet utgör ett nytt och snabbt växande forskningsområde (Christensen & James 2000; Mayall 2002; Brembeck et al., 2010), men ännu saknas studier om barns och ungas delaktighet i kulturverksamheter (Maceviciute et al., 2009).
  • Cregård, Anna, et al. (författare)
  • Crisis and organizational innovation: Icelandic local government responses
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: Uprava/Administration. - 1581-7555. ; X:4, s. 35-49
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • This article examines the relationship between radical change in an institutional context and organisational innovation. It is based on an exploratory case study of three Icelandic local governments conducted in autumn 2010 and summer 2011. While many crises, when scrutinised closely, appear to be more like threats of crisis, Iceland’s economic crisis is a genuine crisis with real and immediate effects. The three local governments studied responded to the crisis with actions that promote cooperation, reorganisation, acquiescence and involvement. The study demonstrates that most of these actions were reactive and somewhat non-innovative, though some were innovative – at least in this particular context.
  • Dimenäs, Jörgen (författare)
  • Tema Presentation : Utmaningar och perspektiv på verksamhetsförlagt lärande
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: Utbildning och lärande. Tema: utmaningar och perspektiv på verksamhetsförlagt lärande. - Högskolan i Skövde. - 978-91-637-0972-2 ; s. 8-11
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Detta nummer av Utbildning & Lärande lyfter olika perspektiv på verksamhetsförlagt lärande och kan med föreliggande sex artiklar bidra med underlag för utmaningar, diskussioner och utveckling kring verksamhetsförlagda utbildningsmoment.
  • Abylaev, Mansur (författare)
  • Kyrgyz textile companies’ resilience features in the post-Soviet regionalization processes
  • 2013
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The Kyrgyz textile industry is a fast growing sector since the last decade. The combination of international market conjuncture and low input factors were the main reasons for the development of the textile sector. Legal and political modification of the international trade system is a risk for the whole industry's resilience. The purpose of the paper is to identify the vulnerable points of doing business in the context of economic transformation from planned Soviet to free market economy.
  • Ainamo, Antti, 1963- (författare)
  • Transvaluation of the meaning of “fast” in fast food, fast music, and fast fashion
  • 2015
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • This paper explores how to transvaluate, to re-evaluate and to repudiate neoliberal standards for creative and cultural industries. The paper's focus is on three creative and cultural industries -- food, music and fashion -- all of which have crafts-based origins. These industries were long under the protective eye and of, in one way or another, of the cultural system of what is a nation. However since the 1970s or the 1980s these industries have increasingly been dominated and domesticated by the still continuing rise of the values of neoliberalism, subjected to wave upon wave of reengineering and reorganization, assimilated into the global market system.At one extreme, affluent consumers, often affluent owner-capitalists or financiers, are empowered to determine what is good food, good music, or good fashion. These affluents are now increasingly co-creators of what they consider culturally meaningful for themselves. Growing amounts of resources flow in the direction of making and keeping the affluents content, which is not always in fit with culturally meaningful content from the perspective of the traditional or authentic creatives in these industries: the chefs, the artists, the designers, What the affluents desire are fancy restaurants, selective clubs, and expensive clothes. Catering to the lifestyles of these rich and famous is increasingly a trans-industry of its own, with ever less room for authentic cultural creation, as authenticity used to be understood. New bureaucratic forms of education and training drive by various forms of "positive psychology" reproduce the focus on the tongues, minds and navels of the affluent, as if their satisfaction and inspiration of these were the only global standard that matters.  By virtue of their new role as co-creators, the affluents are offered what is rich in meaning and high in value to them.At the other extreme, the authentic cultural creatives following vocation and the average citizen have received the stick, at best left holding its short end. Cultural creatives trying to follow their original call and the average citizen are now both squeezed out of being key beneficiaries of participation in these industries. What is forced down throats, into ears and on bodies are degenerated, industrialized and highly wasteful variations - fast food, fast music, fast fashion - co-created with and for the affluents. Almost explicitly hindered by market prices to access such meaning, in any case, the cultural creatives and the average citizen are face to face with the neoliberal tide that is drowning the original authenticity of arts of crafts and their meanings. Values that originally drove food, music, and fashion industries, such as sustainability, are now increasingly dominated, converted and domesticated by neoliberal, technocratic and bureaucratic values and ideologies.Analysis of food, music and fashion industries in various countries in this paper suggests that to transvaluate the neoliberal tide what is needed is a trans-disciplinary mindset, reminiscent of authentic innocence of the crafts-minded and pre-industrial hierarchy of life-affirming values and norms: to reflect upon, to act upon, and to adhere what is good by virtue of good with local environments and authentic ways of consumption, cultural practice, and creativity.  Recipes, hits and fashions to repudiate what has been wasteful and inefficient in fast food, music and fashion include good food, good music, upcycled clothes, and new technologies. The paper calls for further research on how to trans-valuate, trans-discipline and cross-pollinate across these recipes, hits, and fashions. References:Ainamo, A. 2014 Rethinking textile fashion: New materiality, smart products, and upcycling, Design Research Journal, 2, 53-60.Appadurai, A 2013 " The future as cultural fact: essays on the global condition" - Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia, 2013Appadurai, A. 2013b "Response to comments", Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia, 2013Appadurai, A. 1988 "How to make a national_cuisine: Cookbooks in contemporary India", .Comparative Studies in History and Society, 30(1): 3-24.GC Bruner -1990 "Music, mood, and marketing", The Journal of Marketing.C Caldwell, SA Hibbert -2002 "The influence of music tempo and musical preference on restaurant patrons' behavior", Psychology & Marketing.C Caldwell, SA Hibbert 1999 "Play that one again: the effect of music tempo on consumer behaviour in a restaurant", European Advances in Consumer Research,F Dannen - 1991 Hit men: Power brokers and fast money inside the musicbusiness- Random House LLCSA Eroglu, KA Machleit, JC Chebat 2005 "The interaction of retail density and music tempo: effects on shopper responses", Psychology & Marketing,hargadon and Sutton 1997 "Technology brokering in a product design firm2, Administrative Science Quarterly.FH Kirkpatrick 1943 ", " - Journal of applied psychology, 1943Krol, P. J. and Lavoie, M. 2014, "Beyond nursing nihilism, a Nietzschean transvaluation of neoliberal values,"Nursing Philosophy, 15(2): 112-124.McElrea, H  and Standing, L 1992 "Fast music causes fast drinking",Perceptual and Motor Skills.Millman, R. 1986 "The influence of background music on the behavior of restaurant patrons," Journal of Consumer Research.Rita Orji • Julita Vassileva • Regan L. Mandryk 2013 LunchTime: a slow-casual game for long-term dietary behavior change, Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. Pers Ubiquit Comput; DOI 10.1007/s00779-012-0590-6TC Roballey, C McGreevy, RR Rongo 1985 "The effect of music on eating behavior",... - Bulletin of the ...,  - SpringerRozin, P. & Fallon, A. 1986 "Likes and dislikes , in What Is America Eating?: Proceedings of a Symposium. 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  • Andersen, Laerke, et al. (författare)
  • 2011
  • Annan publikation (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • londonprintstudio’s forthcoming exhibition strategies of artists and designers who stretch and invisibly mend the codes and clothes we ‘wear’. Clothes entwine references, ironies and identities. Historically garments express a collective state of mind, status, allegiance, expressed disillusionment with authority. In the 1920’s and 1930’s, couturier Schiaparelli clothes that referenced surrealism. londonprintstudio exhibitions explore ideas and boundaries between art, popular culture and social engagement.
  • Andersen, Laerke, et al. (författare)
  • 2011
  • Annan publikation (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • The Culture Club by Picnic Magazine, Tel Aviv is a four-day pop-up experience which aims to showcase the dynamic and creative spirit of Israel. The Culture Club is less an exhibit and more an experience. It is a snapshot of cultural life in Israel that reflects its vibrant, creative soul; a celebration of pleasure through the senses that showcases the art of joy in a place typically characterized by politics and religion.
  • Andersen, Laerke (författare)
  • The synthetic Kingdom
  • 2011
  • Annan publikation (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Fashioning the Future Awards has quickly established itself as the leading international student competition for design and innovation in sustainable fashion and attracts entries from all over the world. Founded by the Centre for Sustainable Fashion at London College of Fashion to celebrate and empower the next generation of fashion professionals, the aim of the awards is to employ creativity to challenge the current status quo and to redefine the shape and scope of the fashion industry. Selected finalists – who come from over 30 countries around the world including Brazil, India, Australia and Canada will have their work captured through film, photography, display and interactive media, and showcased in the East Wintergarden at Canary Wharf which will be open to the public from 11th – 13th November 2011. The exhibition will be a multi sensory experience and a beautiful representation of how solutions to some of the world’s toughest environmental imperatives will come from the next generation of designers.
  • Andrews, RA, et al. (författare)
  • Sharing international experiences in disasters : summary and action plan
  • 2001
  • Ingår i: Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. - Cambridge University Press. - 1049-023X. ; 16:1, s. 42-45
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • INTRODUCTION: The discussions in this theme provided an opportunity to share specific experiences with disasters that occurred outside of the Asia-Pacific Rim. METHODS: Details of the methods used are provided in the preceding paper. The chairs moderated all presentations and produced a summary that was presented to an assembly of all of the delegates. Since the findings from the Theme 7 and Theme 3 groups were similar, the chairs of both groups presided over one workshop that resulted in the generation of a set of action plans that then were reported to the collective group of all delegates. RESULTS: The main points developed during the presentations and discussion included: (1) disaster response planning, (2) predetermined command and organizational structure, (3) rapid response capability, (4) mitigation, and (5) communications and alternatives. DISCUSSION: The action plans presented are in common with those presented by Theme 3, and include: (1) plan disaster responses including the different types, identification of hazards, training based on experiences, and provision of public education; (2) improving coordination and control; (3) maintaining communications assuming infrastructure breakdown; (4) maximizing mitigation through standardized evaluations, creation of a legal framework, and recognition of advocacy and public participation; and (5) providing resources and knowledge through access to existing therapies, using the media, and increasing decentralization of hospital inventories. CONCLUSIONS: Most of the problems that occurred outside the Asia-Pacific rim relative to disaster management are similar to those experienced within it. They should be addressed in common with the rest of the world.
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