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The book entitled Cultural Tourism Goes Virtual: Audience Development in Southeast European Countries, is the latest in the series of Culturelink research studies in the course of the past few years on the subjects connecting new technologies and culture.
Culturelink has been continuously dedicated to researching the phenomena of digital culture, and how they have changed the reality of the cultural sector. The results of Culturelink's activities in this research stream have been a number of publications and round tables, through which Culturelink provided a framework for discussing the phenomena of digital culture in a European context.
This book examines possible shifts in the integration of new technologies and digital culture in the processes of affirming cultural diversity and intercultural communication by presenting different case studies and trend analyses.
Pragmatic interests are replacing the old ideology of “brotherhood and unity” as a motor for renewed artistic cooperation.
SDP wants culture to be perceived as a composing part of state and social progress, and to stimulate creativity.