Cultural Governance and New Forms of Governmentality Focus on the South Korean Case

L’article de Benjamin Joinau est publié dans

The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society Volume 53, 2023 – Issue 6

The paper discusses the reasons behind the dominance of governance in contemporary societies. The techniques of government cannot be understood apart from a critical genealogy of governmentality. This article references Michel Foucault’s analysis of governmentality to analyze the role of governance in arts and cultural management. It argues that, following the governmental state described by Foucault, the contemporary governance state is defined by a new spectacle governmentality. The globalized context of this governmentality produces a simulacrum of governance that tends to substitute for actual outcomes. The South Korean case is used to illustrate this new form of ubiquitous cultural governance.



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Eun-joo Carrè-Na (2024, 7 mars). Cultural Governance and New Forms of Governmentality Focus on the South Korean Case. Carnets du Centre Corée. Consulté le 23 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/vz9v

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