Modeling Cultural Content for Outreach Programs in Marginalized Communities in Asia: A Case Study of South Korea

Jae-eun Oh, Sung-Jin Lee

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Wherever quality of life continues to improve, people turn to cultural and artistic pursuits to enhance their life experience. Hence, cultural and art education is encouraged in museums, galleries, and schools for public benefit and enjoyment regardless of differing social classes. Cultural content has developed since the beginning of culture itself, and education related to this content is crucial as it can improve public perspectives. However, many culturally alienated groups still exist due to financial difficulties, disabilities, or living in remote areas, and they lack fair opportunities to enjoy culture and art. The polarization between these groups and culturally-benefited classes continues to increase.
Original languageEnglish
JournalHigher Education Studies
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2019

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