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ROMANIANS' PARTICIPATION TO CULTURE

Abstract
The importance of culture in society is undeniable, therefore culture has often been analyzed by sociologists in close relationship with sustainable development. The European Union also pointed out the role of culture in strengthening cohesion among the member countries, in achieving unity in diversity, knowledge one to the other, based on tolerance and respect. The European cultural policies were based on respect for human rights, encouraging cultural consumption and participation in all member states. In evaluating the effectiveness of the implemented over time cultural programs, through their ascertaining valence, cultural Eurobarometer conducted at European level have provided important data regarding participation in culture in member countries using comparative study. In Romania, cultural policy objectives were subordinated to those developed by the European Union, customized and adapted to specific issues of the country. Cultural Strategy 2014-2020 fully illustrates this. Researching cultural phenomenon in Romania, cultural Eurobarometer conducted by the Ministry of Culture beginning with 2005, led to important data about characteristics of participation in the culture of the Romanian people, by age, by area (rural and urban), about access to culture, making the cultural consumer profiles in specific areas. The cultural Eurobarometer's results offered guidelines for the development and implementation of measures taken by the Ministry of Culture and other institutions, which have as objectives increasing citizens participation in cultural phenomenon.
Keywords
culture, participation, cultural barometers, eurobarometres, cultural researches.

Author
Oana PARVU
PhD Student in Sociology, at the Doctoral School of the Romanian Academy of Bucharest- The Research Institute for Quality of Life, Bucharest, Romania; email: cristina_oana_parvu@yahoo.com

How to cite
Parvu, O. (2014). ROMANIANS' PARTICIPATION TO CULTURE, Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 4/2014, 83-94


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