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Arts & Culture Research Publications

 

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01/02/2010 Public Attitudes Towards Broadcasting in Scotland 2009 This report provides the latest information on public attitudes to broadcasting in Scotland, following a survey carried out 18 months before, and reports on any changes in attitudes, views on a proposed new digital channel in Scotland, and views of the Scottish population towards radio broadcasting.
14/01/2010 Public Attitudes Towards the Scots Language This latest study is intended to provide a broad overview of perceptions of the Scots language and attitudes towards it, and to measure behaviours and expectations of its use in Scotland today.
14/01/2010 Public Attitudes Towards the Scots Language RFs 3/2010 This latest study is intended to provide a broad overview of perceptions of the Scots language and attitudes towards it, and to measure behaviours and expectations of its use in Scotland today.
02/12/2009 Creative Industries, Creative Workers and the Creative Economy: A Review of Selected Recent Literature This report reviews the themes emerging from selected recent literature to inform a more detailed understanding of the creative industries, primarily by considering the experiences of those working the sector. By reflecting on ways of measuring, analysing and researching the creative industries, the paper also discusses possible ways of engaging with this sector and those working in it.
02/07/2009 Evaluation of the Cultural Pathfinder Programme in Scotland The Cultural Pathfinder Programme in Scotland was developed by the Scottish Government to support local authorities and their partners to explore ways of widening access to, and participation in, cultural activities across diverse communities. It supported 13 projects and was intended to generate useful learning that could be shared across the local authority, Community Planning Partnership and cultural sectors to inform future planning and delivery.
02/07/2009 Evaluation of the Cultural Pathfinder Programme in Scotland - Research Findings The Cultural Pathfinder Programme in Scotland was developed by the Scottish Government to support local authorities and their partners to explore ways of widening access to, and participation in, cultural activities across diverse communities. It supported 13 projects and was intended to generate useful learning that could be shared across the local authority, Community Planning Partnership and cultural sectors to inform future planning and delivery.
27/01/2009 Audit of Current Scots Language Provision in Scotland The purpose of the research was to conduct a baseline audit of current Scots language provision in Scotland to a) identify where provision currently exists; and b) determine what opportunity may exist to expand provision within the context of the Council of Europe European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, either as part of, or in addition to, the manifesto commitments the Scottish Government has given to the Scots language.
09/09/2008 Children's Participation in Culture and Sport In order to provide a picture of children’s participation in culture and sport and to complement findings on adult participation from the Scottish Household Survey (SHS), the Scottish Government commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct research among young people in Scotlanbd using Ipsos MORI Scotland’s Schools Omnibus, an annual survey of secondary school pupils
09/09/2008 Children's Participation in Culture and Sport - Research Findings In order to provide a picture of children’s participation in culture and sport and to complement findings on adult participation from the Scottish Household Survey (SHS), the Scottish Government commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct research among young people in Scotlanbd using Ipsos MORI Scotland’s Schools Omnibus, an annual survey of secondary school pupils
09/05/2008 Public Attitudes to Broadcasting in Scotland To assist the Scottish Broadcasting Commission in their investigations of the role for broadcasting in Scotland's cultural life and broadcast journalism in Scotland, TNS System Three was commissioned to conduct research amongst a representative sample of the adult Scottish population. The main objectives of the research were to investigate perceptions of and satisfaction with the way Scotland is currently covered by broadcasters and to examine behaviours and expectations.