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“I don’t think they give a monkey’s about me” – Exploring stakeholder power and community alienation at Glastonbury Festival“
As one of the main stakeholders affected by music festivals, it is becoming more and more recognised that the needs of the host community need to be met and satisfied in order to ascertain their support for future music ...
Understanding the value of events for families, and the impact upon their quality of life
Drawing on previous conceptual and empirical research (Jepson & Stadler, in press) this chapter explores the contemporary issue of Quality of Life (QOL) and opens critical discourse to ascertain how festival and event ...
Conceptualising the Impact of Festival and Event Attendance upon Family Quality of Life (QOL)
Quality of Life (QOL) research has been quite well explored in medicine, psychology and the social sciences although it has received very little attention within festival and event studies. This proposition paper is both ...
Appreciating Formal and Informal Knowledge Transfer Practices within Creative Festival Organizations
Purpose – Problem-solving approaches to research have dominated the not-for-profit festival management field. Little attention has been paid to how festival organizations successfully create cultures where knowledge transfer ...
Power relations and the production of new knowledge within a Queensland Music Festival community cultural development project
Conflict during the creative development process of community cultural development projects is inevitable (Adam and Goldbard 2001), yet through the productive use of power (Foucault 1977, 1980, 1982) new knowledge can be ...
The Organization of Knowledge Sharing at the Colorado Music Festival
Knowledge sharing is a challenging process, especially in seasonal organizational settings, which are characterized by periodic and repetitive patterns in terms of business activity. As the literature provides little insight ...