Education and Culture. Cultural Consumption among Young People Aged 18-35
Keywords:education, culture, cultural infrastructure, cultural products consumption, youth.
AbstractBackground: Given the fact that the most important factors in developing a society are, inter alia, culture and education, we can say that in the social life of a community two factors determine the development of intellectual human capital potential in that community, transforming mentality, it creates the affirmation of cultural diversity and an open society aware of each member’s value. Education and culture are, in fact, socially inclusive environments, which are the essence of national identity, being fundamental elements in interpersonal communication. Through education and culture are minimized differences between social groups and by this way can be highlighted the civilizing and manifestation degree of a nation or a people. The approach presented below is focused on analyzing infrastructure and consumption of cultural products by the youth, which is a set of behaviors that one person or several use cultural resources, such as listening to music, going to the opera, theater or cinema, visiting museums, watching programs with cultural destination, expressing interest in various types of cultural resources etc.
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