Expiré : 2020/10/16–Troisième séance 2020-2021 du séminaire des doctorants du CEPN avec Luisa IACHAN

La troisième séance du séminaire “doctorant du CEPN” aura lieu ce vendredi 16 octobre de 12h30 à 13h30, en salle K301 (UFR SEG, Campus de Villetaneuse).

Luisa IACHAN fera une présentation de son article intitulé « How does Violence impact Cultural Consumption in Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Territories? The Case of Rio de Janeiro’s Complexo da Maré

Vous trouverez ci-dessous le résumé de sa présentation :

AbstractThis article investigates whether individuals’ perception of violence explains their choice to consume culture indoors or outdoors. This question is especially relevant in socioeconomically disadvantaged territories, where violence causes fear and constraints people’s mobility. The public policies for the development of cultural consumption in those territories are scarce and lack empirical support. The existing literature shows that socioeconomic characteristics are important determinants for cultural consumption and that engagement in cultural activities are associated with lower criminality rates at local levels. However, empirical evidence is mostly built on developed contexts and there are no studies investigating the perception of violence as a determinant for cultural consumption. This study grounds on individual data from a survey conducted with 1211 residents of the sixteen favelas (slums) that compose the Complexo da Maré. It employs Simultaneous Bivariate Ordered Probit Models to verify the association between individuals’ fear of violence and their choice between consuming outdoors or indoors movies and music. Controlling for socioeconomic, demographic, and territorial variables, the findings indicate that indoors cultural consumption is a substitute for outdoors when individuals are more averse to violence. Next, this article investigates the impact of digitization over the socioeconomic determinants of indoors’ cultural consumption. Given the growing trend to access cultural content via the Internet, this study compares the determinants for individuals’ choice between consuming culture indoors online or by traditional means (such as CDs or DVDs). Employing Ordered Probit Models and controlling for territorial variables, the findings indicate that socioeconomic individuals’ characteristics (such as income and education) are stronger determinants for consumption via the Internet than by traditional means (and this is especially true for movies). The evidences provided by this article suggest that public policies for the development of cultural consumption in favelas cannot be based solely on traditional supply-side stimulus mechanisms. Instead, they must be designed in coordination with comprehensive social policies.

 

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Les sandwichs seront distribués à la fin du séminaire, sur le campus de Villetaneuse (les règles sanitaires actuelles obligeant à garder le masque, il est impossible de déjeuner durant le séminaire).

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