A History of Canadian Culture
Vance, Jonathan F.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Pages: 512pp Price: $21.95
Describes the issues related to cultural development such as government funding for the arts, the cultural brain drain, the drive to preserve distinctly Canadian forms of expression, concerns over copyright protection and the economic impact of cultural industries. By looking at the past and culture of Quebec and CBC, Vance ponders on the question of what and where Canadian culture is.
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