Culture Is Bad for You

The book combines the first large-scale study of social mobility into cultural and creative jobs with hundreds of interviews of creative workers and a national public engagement project.

Culture Is Bad for You

Author: Orian Brook

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ISBN: 9781526144164

Page: 384

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The book demonstrates that cultural jobs are the preserve of the most privileged, a 'creative class' in society, and always have been: there was no golden age for social mobility in culture. It shows how women, people of colour, and those of working class origins are missing from key parts of the workforce and audience for culture.

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