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Behavioral Scientist Annual Review of Sociology - Journal of Popular Culture - Enterprise in the Arts. Studies in Mission and Constraint Popular Music Poetics The Sociology of Culture Creating Country Music. Fabricating Authenticity - - Poetics Poetics - Poetics Annual Review of Sociology Administrative Science Quarterly American Sociological Review American Sociological Review The New Institutionalism in Organi- zational Analysis - Cultural Sociology Organizations. Rational, Natural and Open Systems Einführung in den Neo-Institu- tionalismus. Mit einem Beitrag von W

-Heinz (2003): Zwischen Hochschule und Arbeits- markt. Eine Befragung der Hochschulabsolventinnen und Hochschulab- solventen des Prüfungsjahres 2001, Hannover (HIS). Chiapello, Eve (1998): Artistes versus Managers. Le management culturel face à la critique artiste, Paris. Crane, Diane (Hg.) (1994): The Sociology of Culture. Emerging Theoretical Perspectives, Oxford; Cambridge/MA. DiMaggio, Paul (2000): »The Production of Scientific Change: Richard Peter- son and the Institutional Turn in Cultural Sociology«. In: Poetics 28, S. 107-136 Featherstone, Mike (1991): »Theories of

the end to questio- 494 Dan Eugen Ratiu ning public support for culture itself. The case of France is relevant: not only have quibbling philosophers been very skeptical of the capacity of arts and culture to ensure social cohesion and inclusion and to eliminate inequalities,3 but researchers in the sociology of culture have also con- tested such claims and have ceased to consider as obvious the idea of a social impact of the arts. For example, Urfalino (2004), questioning the very idea of a social causality connecting the arts as cause and a state of society

Nothing but the Cuckoo Clock? Determinants of Public Funding of Culture in Switzerland, 1977–2010 1 Jörg Rössel & Sebastian Weingartner Introduction The sociology of culture has established knowledge about social processes in the production, valuation and consumption of cultural objects and the arts. The social and economic situation of art producers and their orga- nization is a thriving field of research (Becker, 1982; DiMaggio, 1987; Menger, 1999; Dubois and Francois, 2013; Lena and Lindeman, 2014; Lachmann et al., 2014), the functioning of art markets