Motivation Trajectory of Attending Performing Arts: The Role of Knowledge

Zakia Obaidalahe, Nadia Steils

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Résumé

This study concerns the attendance motivations for cultural services based on the audience’ s level of knowledge. Its purpose is to define the role played by general knowledge (e.g., cultural education) and specific knowledge (e.g., communication around a cultural product) in the attendance motivation trajectory of a cultural service.
langueAnglais
journalArts and the market
étatAccepté/sous presse - 2017

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Performing arts
Attendance
Trajectory
Education
Cultural knowledge
Communication

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Motivation Trajectory of Attending Performing Arts: The Role of Knowledge. / Obaidalahe, Zakia; Steils, Nadia.

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