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Cultural appropriation and the arts /

James O. Young.

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Main Author: Young, James O.
Published: Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2008.
Series: New directions in aesthetics ; 6.
Topics: Cultural appropriation. | Arts and society. | Arts - Moral and ethical aspects. | Cultural property. | Kunst. | Kunstsociologie. | Cultuurverandering. | Nationale Minderheit | Fremdkultur | Kulturerbe | Übernahme | Kunst | Ästhetik | Rezeption | Ethik
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1. What is cultural appropriation? Art, Culture and Appropriation ; Types of Cultural Appropriation ; What is a Culture? ; Objections to Cultural Appropriation ; In Praise of Cultural Appropriation -- 2. The aesthetics of cultural appropriation. An Aesthetic Handicap? ; The Cultural Experience Argument ; Aesthetic Properties and Cultural Context ; Authenticity and Appropriation ; Authentic Appropriation ; Cultural Experience and Subject Appropriation ; Appropriation and the Authentic Expression of a Culture -- 3. Cultural appropriation as theft. Harm by Theft ; Possible Owners of Artworks ; Cultures and Inheritance ; Lost and Abandoned Property ; Cultural Property and Traditional Law ; Collective Knowledge and Collective Property ; Ownership of Land and Ownership of Art ; Property and Value to a Culture ; Cultures and Intellectual Property ; Some Conclusions about Ownership and Appropriation ; The Rescue Argument -- 4. Cultural appropriation as assault. Other Forms of Harm ; Cultural Appropriation and Harmful Misrepresentation ; Harm and Accurate Representation ; Cultural Appropriation and Economic Opportunity ; Cultural Appropriation and Assimilation ; Art, Insignia and Cultural Identity ; Cultural Appropriation and Privacy -- 5. Profound offence and cultural appropriation. Harm, Offence and Profound Offence ; Examples of Offensive Cultural Appropriation ; The Problem and the Key to its Solution ; Social Value and Offensive Art ; Freedom of Expression ; The Sacred and the Offensive ; Time and Place Restrictions ; Toleration of Offensive Art ; Reasonable and Unreasonable Offence -- Conclusion: responding to cultural appropriation. Summing Up ; Supporting Minority Artists ; Envoy.
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Table of Contents for: Cultural appropriation and the arts