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Caeli Martineau

Blainville - QC, Canada

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English (EN)cultural industry

a commercial undertaking that produces and distributes goods and services related to the arts and heritage of a people. Examples of cultural industries include broadcasting, film, multimedia, audio-visual, printing, publishing, sound recording, sports, ...

English (EN)cultural industry

a commercial undertaking that produces and distributes goods and services related to the arts and heritage of a people. Examples of cultural industries include broadcasting, film, multimedia, audio-visual, printing, publishing, sound recording, sports, ...

Culture; General culture
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English (EN)cultural industry

A commercial undertaking that produces and distributes goods and services related to the arts and heritage of a people. Examples of cultural industries include broadcasting, film, multimedia, audio-visual, printing, publishing, sound recording, sports, video ...

English (EN)cultural industry

A commercial undertaking that produces and distributes goods and services related to the arts and heritage of a people. Examples of cultural industries include broadcasting, film, multimedia, audio-visual, printing, publishing, sound recording, sports, video ...

Culture; General culture
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English (EN)cultural economics

The analysis of the production and distribution of wealth related to the arts, heritage and cultural industries. This branch of economics concerns the creative arts, the performing arts, art organizations, the media, as well as cultural heritage, and ...

English (EN)cultural economics

The analysis of the production and distribution of wealth related to the arts, heritage and cultural industries. This branch of economics concerns the creative arts, the performing arts, art organizations, the media, as well as cultural heritage, and ...

Economy; Economics
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English (EN)cultural economics

The analysis of the production and distribution of wealth related to the arts, heritage and cultural industries. This branch of economics deals with the creative arts, the performing arts, art organizations, the media, cultural heritage, and cultural tourism.

English (EN)cultural economics

The analysis of the production and distribution of wealth related to the arts, heritage and cultural industries. This branch of economics deals with the creative arts, the performing arts, art organizations, the media, cultural heritage, and cultural tourism.

Economy; Economics
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English (EN)cultural heritage

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English (EN)cultural heritage

Property, especially a good or service, with a cultural or historical dimension that has been passed on from a previous generation and is intended to be preserved for future generations. It can have varying degrees of aesthetic and commercial value depending ...

Culture; General culture
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English (EN)cultural heritage

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English (EN)cultural heritage

Property, especially a good or service, with a cultural or historical dimension that has been passed on from a previous generation and is intended to be preserved for future generations. It can have varying degrees of aesthetic and commercial value depending ...

Culture; General culture