Cultural entrepreneurship in africa 1st edition edited by ute roschenthaler dorothea schulz routledge 318 pages politics tourism media music prostitution funeral organization and education african cultural entrepreneurs have a significant economic impact attract the attention of large groups of people serve as role models for . This book explores the lived experience of cultural entrepreneurship examining the challenges associated with cultural labour including the insecurities of managing precarious working conditions drawing on interviews conducted with cultural workers cultural entrepreneurship focuses on how hardback 2017 11 03 routledge routledge studies . This book presents current research by leading experts from around the globe on entrepreneurship in africa focusing on how entrepreneurship is central to the economic development of many of the economies on the african continent collectively the. Refreshed for 2020 this article and chapter collection explores key areas of interest and relevance in african studies from legacies of kanjogera in modern rwanda to the democratization of literature in algeria the ideology of labor in kenya and climate change adaptation in kwazulu natal the highlighted articles and book chapters traverse disciplines and themes. Cultural entrepreneurship in africa by routledge african studies share your thoughts complete your review tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book rate it you rated it
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