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Technobohemians or the new cybertariat? by Rosalind Gill (Paperback) - Lulu
The article takes a close look at the entrepreneurial practices of the Estonian film industry and at how these particular practices may be understood to influence the evolution of the film production cluster in Tallinn. It asks how these processes of institutional evolution of the local film industry may be understood to influence the specific nature of audiovisual culture in contemporary Estonia. The article is based on a study that was conducted in mid The second phase of the study was a confirmative roundtable with the select group that included the previously interviewed filmmakers and a few additional industry insiders.
Also, development perspectives of the cluster were evaluated, considering the needs and expectations of entrepreneurs. Key results of the research were divided into two basic categories: 1 current state of clustering of AV enterprises and 2 perspectives and alternatives of further development of the AV cluster. Physical description.
Indrek Ibrus. Tallinn University, Estonia, ibrus tlu. Tallinn University, Estonia, ktafel tlu.
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Silja Lassur. Tallinn University, Estonia, silja tlu. Andres Viia. Tallinn University, Estonia, viia tlu.
An exploration of new media training and its impact on women's careers in an emerging sector
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Basingstoke: Palgrave. London: Work Foundation. Editor principal. Servicio de ayuda de la revista. Texto completo: PDF. Referencias Adkins, Lisa Banks, Mark The politics of cultural work.