Projects per year
The choice to use the Folk Church as the main case for evaluating how old institutions respond is in itself provocative and challenging. The book therefore opens with a discussion of why the Folk Church provides an example of a cultural institution worthy of being analysed in this way. The four main parts of the book elaborate on relevant parts of the history of the Folk Church; the nature of marketisation; of individualisation and of social capital as related to the Folk Church. The book concludes with a discussion of the effects of marketisation and individualisation on cultural institutions like the Folk Church. Cultural institutions must ask themselves what happens to What Money Can’t Buy in their response to marketisation and individualisation?
|Place of Publication||Odense|
|Number of pages||362|
|Publication status||Published - 13 Dec 2019|
|Series||University of Southern Denmark Studies in History and Social Sciences|
ProNoLa: Protestant Legacies in Nordic Law - Uses of the Past in the Construction of the Secularity of Law
01/09/2016 → 31/08/2019
What Money can't buy. The Dynamics between Market Orientation, Individualization and Social Capital. The Case of the Danish National Church
Christoffersen, L., Iversen, H. R., Warburg, M. & Kærgård, N.
01/08/2014 → 31/07/2018