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. Control Z (based in Uruguay) and Fábula (in Chile) are two clear examples of companies that are creating their own filmog­ raphies since the beginning of 2000s within the production subcircuit launched by festivals during the last decade. Andreas Hiller Der Einfluss neuer Medienpraktiken auf die Steuerung von Kultureller Bildung in der Schule / The Impact of New Media Practices on the Control of Cultural Education Seit der Verbreitung des Internets gibt es Transformationen bei jugendlichen Medien­ praktiken. Einerseits wächst der Spielraum für die

, Kulturkritiker, Kunst historiker und Staatstheoretiker. In der Sonderausgabe der von Elizabeth Strom und Margaret Wyszomirski herausgegebenen Review of Policy Research (Wiley­Blackwell, ISSN: 1541­1338) zeichnen die He­ rausgeberinnen aus einer historiographischen Perspektive heraus die Entwicklung bestimmter Themenkomplexe in der Förderpolitik des Na- tional Endowment for the Arts (NEA) nach. Daneben finden sich Artikel zum Agenda­Setting in der Kulturpolitik sowie zu Politiken im Bereich der New­Media­Branche . Im nächsten Kapitel sollen einige, ausgewählte

- ciety: Museums and Free-Choice Learning. – In: Macdonald, Sharon (Hg.), A Compa- nion to Museum Studies. Malden, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 323-339. GRASSKAMP, Anna/LÖSEKE, Annette (2015): Asia in Your Window Frame: Museum Dis- plays, Window Curators and Dutch-Asian Material Culture. – In: World Art 5/2, 1-26. HENNING, Michelle (2006): New Media. – In: Macdonald, Sharon (Hg.), A Companion to Museum Studies. Malden, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 302-318. HILLIER, Bill/TZORTZI, Kali (2006): Space Syntax: The Language of Museum Space. – In: Macdonald, Sharon (Hg.), A

tourist experiences: Their utility as a tourism data source and their effect on prospective tourists. – In: Journal of Vacation Market- ing, 16/4, 297–311. WEIJ, Frank/BERKERS, Pauwke (2017): The Politics of Musical Activism: Western You- Tube Reception of Pussy Riot’s Punk Performances. – In: Convergence: The Interna- tional Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 1-20 <http://journals.sage- pub.com/doi/10.1177/1354856517706493>. YADAV, Vikas/BETHARD, Vikas (2018): A Survey on Recent Advances in Named Entity Recognition from Deep Learning Models. – In

Postcolonial Digital Archives. – In: Differences, 22(1), 146–171 <https:// doi.org/10.1215/10407391-1218274>. SANDERSON, David (2019): Minister rules out return of treasures. – In: The Times, April 22 <https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/minister-rules-out-return-of-treasures-2jlf3 qh63> [May 31, 2020]. SMITHSONIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN (2005): Smithso- nian’s National Museum of the American Indian Cultural Resources Center Fact Sheet. SRINIVASAN, Ramesh/ENOTE, Jim/ BECVAR, Katherine M./BOAST, Robin (2009): Critical and Reflective Uses of New Media

at the center of modern relations between culture and government and between government and society. Society is changing ever more quickly. Globalization and digital tech- nologies have increased the scope and speed of societal change, and by definition social change causes friction with institutions. The anchor- ing of meanings, habits, customs, and social agreements is put under pressure. In the case of museums, activists often drive this friction, and (new) media amplify their message. Climate activists’ protests against certain sponsors of museums