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Received: 2022-03-18  |  Accepted: 2022-06-25  |  Published: 2022-09-30

Title

Peculiarities of values transfer among countries via arts digitalization


Abstract

The aesthetic experience digitalisation influences the capacity of artistry and creativity of the artwork and the quality of participation in arts. Due to cultural differences between post-communist and non-communist countries’ citizens in perception qualities, this research aims to evaluate the influence of the participation form (in-real or digital) in the aesthetic situation by the receivers from post-communist and non-communist societies on artistry and creativity potential in the context of cultural and social sustainability. The quality of participation in five arts types (musical, performing, literary, audio-visual, visual) was evaluated using the same ten criteria. Qualitative data analysis based on an international sample from 38 countries (n = 221) concludes that the participation form in arts determines participation quality level in the aesthetic situation by post-communist and non-communist countries’ receivers differently. There are significant cultural determinants among post-communist and non-communist countries’ citizens between participation in particular arts and between particular forms of participation in particular types of arts. The reasons for these differences cannot be drawn from this research; however, future comparative qualitative research directions are set. The research results, in the context of the political system transformation theory as one of the sustainable development features, should gain the interest of: 1) Art creators looking for the optimal and sustainable way of distributing artworks among receivers from post-communist and non-communist countries; 2) Art managers and marketers for deeper understanding of post-communist and non-communist art receivers’ perspectives and their preferences about participation in arts in-real or digitally towards sustainable development; 3) Art receivers to compare their opinion about the ways of sustainable participation in arts with the preferences of art receivers from post-communist and non-communist countries.


Keywords

cultural differences, sustainability, creativity, artistry loss, participation in arts, arts management, aesthetics, aesthetic situation, receiving process, art perception


JEL classifications

J16 , P52 , Z10 , Z11


URI

http://jssidoi.org/jesi/article/982


DOI


Pages

10-49


Funding


This is an open access issue and all published articles are licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

Authors

Szostak, Michał
University of Social Sciences, Lodz, Poland http://en.san.edu.pl
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Journal title

Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues

Volume

10


Number

1


Issue date

September 2022


Issue DOI


ISSN

ISSN 2345-0282 (online)


Publisher

VšĮ Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Center, Vilnius, Lithuania

Cited

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