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Research Round Up

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Our regular research round up provides a useful overview of recent research and statistical reports relevant to the cultural sector in Scotland.

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Previous Editions

 

November 2017

Published: 01 Nov 2017

The Scottish Household Survey provides headline figures on cultural engagement; impact is explored in a range of reports focussing on happiness, wellbeing, educational attainment and regeneration; and there are a number of studies which explore the creative labour force including a specific focus on diversity in the screen sector.

August 2017

Published: 24 Aug 2017

A major new report from Creative Scotland on the findings of our Diversity in the Arts survey is just one of a few new reports from us, others include our review of touring theatre and dance, the animation sector review, an assessment of EU funding for the sector, and a new database mapping academic research on the creative industries.

May 2017

Published: 18 May 2017

New data on local authority funding and support for culture; research on the contribution of culture to regeneration and placemaking; equalities research exploring audience diversity and gender equality; and much more.

February 2017

Published: 15 Feb 2017

The role of culture in placemaking and urban regeneration is a focus of a major report from UNESCO, a report from IFACCA looks at the relationship between national and local government in relation to cultural policy, and international research includes festivalisation, internships and audience development.

November 2016

Published: 21 Nov 2016

Further research on the EU referendum; a raft of new cultural statistics; specific research on music, theatre, gaming, screen and museums; reports exploring the relationship of culture to economic and urban development; and much more.