Legally supported marketisation and individualisation of the Folk Church as a Cultural Institution

Lisbet Christoffersen, Karen Marie Sø Leth Nissen

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Abstract

Legislation within the Danish folk church has supported an internal marketisation and individualisation throughout the 20th century. What is now changing is the governance approach, not least at the level of the deans.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIndividualisation, Marketisation and Social Capital in a cultural institution : The Case of the Danish Folk Church
EditorsHans Raun Iversen, Lisbet Christoffersen, Niels Kærgård, Margit Warburg
Number of pages28
Place of PublicationOdense
PublisherSyddansk Universitetsforlag
Publication date13 Dec 2019
Pages147-174
Chapter7
ISBN (Print)9788740832327
Publication statusPublished - 13 Dec 2019
SeriesUniversity of Southern Denmark Studies in History and Social Sciences
Volume582
ISSN1602-5962

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Christoffersen, L., & Leth Nissen, K. M. S. (2019). Legally supported marketisation and individualisation of the Folk Church as a Cultural Institution. In H. R. Iversen, L. Christoffersen, N. Kærgård, & M. Warburg (Eds.), Individualisation, Marketisation and Social Capital in a cultural institution: The Case of the Danish Folk Church (pp. 147-174). Odense: Syddansk Universitetsforlag. University of Southern Denmark Studies in History and Social Sciences, Vol.. 582