9 research outputs found

    Instytucje sektora nonprofit w kulturze (przykład amerykański)

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    Zadanie pt. ÔÇ×Digitalizacja i udost─Öpnienie w Cyfrowym Repozytorium Uniwersytetu ┼ü├│dzkiego kolekcji czasopism naukowych wydawanych przez Uniwersytet ┼ü├│dzkiÔÇŁ nr 885/P-DUN/2014 dofinansowane zosta┼éo ze ┼Ťrodk├│w MNiSW w ramach dzia┼éalno┼Ťci upowszechniaj─ůcej nauk─Ö

    The Labour Market of Artists. Free, But Not Wild

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    The authors present a summary of previous research projects in the field of professional situation of artists in Poland. They refer to the conducted research of the Labour Market of Artists and Creators in Poland as well as the expertise of ÔÇťThe Support for Artists and Creators. International PerspectiveÔÇŁ. They also present their vision of a support system for creators and artists, which comprises: the monitoring and analysis; the status of an artist; remuneration (government programmes and potential mechanisms to stimulate demand; taxes; copyright law); insurance; foreign promotion of artists; the organisation of the labour market of artists and adjusting education to its requirements. Finally, they refer to the presentation delivered at the conference ÔÇťCreative Economy in Poland, Facts and MythsÔÇŁ, organised by the Creative Economy Research Center of SWPS University. The main postulate proposed by the authors is to create a platform for constant monitoring and analysis of the professional situation of artists in Poland, to which the project of estimating the number of artists, creators and performers should lead

    Production networks in the cultural and creative sector: case studies from the publishing industry (CICERONE report D2.8)

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    The CICERONE project investigates cultural and creative industries through case study research, with a focus on production networks. This report, part of WP2, examines the publishing industry within this framework. It aims to understand the industry's hidden aspects, address statistical issues in measurement, and explore the industry's transformation and integration of cultural and economic values. The report provides an overview of the production network, explores statistical challenges, and presents qualitative analyses of two case studies. It concludes by highlighting the potential of the Global Production Network (GPN) approach for analyzing, researching, policymaking, and intervening in the European publishing network. The CICERONE project's case study research delves into the publishing industry, investigating its production networks and examining key aspects often unseen by the public. The report addresses statistical challenges in measuring the industry and sheds light on its ongoing transformations and integration of cultural and economic values. It presents an overview of the production network, explores statistical issues, and provides qualitative analyses of two case studies. The report emphasizes the potential of the GPN approach for analyzing and intervening in the European publishing network, ultimately contributing to research, policymaking, and understanding within the industry

    Changes in the organization and financing of national cultural institutions in Europe : privatization and de-etatization

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    The article pr├ęsents the changes in management of national cultural institutions in Europe. Special attention is paid to the process of d├ęs├ętatisation and privatisation of national cultural institutions

    Instytucje sektora nonprofit w kulturze (przykład amerykański)

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    Cultural policy in civil society

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    Is Aberrant DNA Methylation a Key Factor in Molar Incisor Hypomineralization?

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    Molar incisor hypomineralization (MIH) is a qualitative disturbance of the enamel of the permanent molars and/or incisors. Its etiology is not clearly defined but is connected with different factors occurring before and after birth. It remains difficult to identify a single factor or group of factors, and the problem is further complicated by various overlapping mechanisms. In this study, we attempted to determine whether DNA methylation—an epigenetic mechanism—plays a key role in the etiology of MIH. We collected the epithelium of the oral mucosa from children with MIH and healthy individuals and analyzed its global DNA methylation level in each child using a 5-mC DNA ELISA kit after DNA isolation. There was no statistically significant difference between the global DNA methylation levels in the study and control groups. Then, we also analyzed the associations of the DNA methylation levels with different prenatal, perinatal, and postnatal factors, using appropriate statistical methods. Factors such as number of pregnancies, number of births, type of delivery, varicella infection (under 3 years old), and high fever (under 3 years old) were significantly important. This work can be seen as the first step towards further studies of the epigenetic background of the MIH etiology
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