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Published by Interstate Printrs & Publishers in Danville, Ill .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementeditors, Mildred Weil and Duncan Hartley.
ContributionsWeil, Mildred., Hartley, Duncan.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 179p. ;
Number of Pages179
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19721241M

  Introducing the fundamental theories and debates in the sociology of art, this broad ranging book, the only edited reader of the sociology of art available, uses extracts from the core foundational and most influential contemporary writers in the field. As such it is essential reading both for students of the sociology of art, and of art by: 1. Drawing on research from Japan, Switzerland, France, Italy, China, the US, UK, and more, this rich and global perspective challenges current debates surrounding art and markets, and will be an important reference point for scholars and students across the sociology of arts, cultural sociology .

Sociology of the Arts: Exploring Fine and Popular Forms Victoria D. Alexander ISBN: pages January , Wiley-Blackwell Description This is a comprehensive overview of the sociology of art and an authoritative work of scholarship by a leading expert in the field. The international selection of perspectives,File Size: KB. The Core areas of the Research Network Sociology of the Arts are: Sociology focused on all particular domains in the arts including architecture, urban planning, applied arts, arts within the domain of popular culture (e.g. film, television, and popular music) as well as traditional ‘high’ arts (e.g. music, visual arts, literature, theatre.

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About the Author. Arnold W. Foster is Associate Professor of Sociology at the State University of New York at Albany. Judith R. Blau is Professor of Sociology at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.5/5(1). Alexander’s Sociology of the Arts brings to life both cutting-edge research and classic works in the sociology of literature, music, art, and popular culture.

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Howard S. Becker, Art Worlds (): Sociology and art make an odd : Vera L. Zolberg. This is a comprehensive overview of the sociology of art and an authoritative work of scholarship by a leading expert in the field.

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Synthesizes the various theoretical models of art sociology/5(2). Sociology of the Arts Appleford, K. (Ed), Goulding, A. (Ed), O’Brien, D. (Ed), Taylor, M. (Ed) This series brings together academic work which considers the production and consumption of the arts, the social value of the arts, and analyses and critiques the impact and role of cultural policy and arts management.

"Sociology Looks at the Arts is a masterful invitation to the sociology of art. Written in an accessible and engaging style, enlivened by timely and relevant examples, this book presents an original synthesis of diverse approaches to the social analysis of art and by: 7. There is currently no reader in print that provides a broad ranging overview for an undergraduate course on the sociology of the arts or the sociology of culture.

This book remedies this situation 5/5(1). The author examines the arts in the social contexts in which they are created and appreciated, focusing on the ways in which people become artists, the institutions in which their careers develop.

Introducing the fundamental theories and debates in the sociology of art, this broad ranging book, the only edited reader of the sociology of art available, uses extracts from the core foundational and most influential contemporary writers in the field.

As such it is essential reading both for students of the sociology of art, and of art s: 1. Book Description. Sociology Looks at the Arts is intended as a concise yet nuanced introduction to the sociology of art.

This book will provide a foundation for teaching and discussing a range of questions and perspectives used by sociologists who study the relationship between the arts – including music, performing arts, visual arts, literature, film and new media – and society.

Sociology of the Arts. Book Series There are 7 volumes in this series. Published - About this series. This series brings together academic work which considers the production and consumption of the arts, the social value of the arts, and analyses and critiques the impact and role of cultural policy and arts management.

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The sociology of art is a subfield of sociology concerned with the social worlds of art and aesthetics. Studying the sociology of art throughout history is the study of the social history of art, how various societies contributed to the appearance of certain artists.

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2 Zolberg A cultural sociology of the arts era by Renaissance literary and scientific figures, as exemplifying the ‘dark ages’ after the fall of Rome, this characterization has been much amended. The.

"Sociology Looks at the Arts is a masterful invitation to the sociology of art. Written in an accessible and engaging style, enlivened by timely and relevant examples, this book presents an original synthesis of diverse approaches to the social analysis of art and : Taylor & Francis.