New publication: Cultural practices and socio-digital inequalities in Europe

INVENT members Predrag Cvetičanin (Serbia),  Lucas Page Pereira (France), Mirko Petrić (Croatia), Inga Tomić-Koludrović (Croatia) , Frédéric Lebaron France), and Željka Zdravković (Croatia) have published a new article in Cultural Sociology. The article proposes a unified research framework to examine how social and digital inequalities impact various cultural practices, including offline and online art-related and everyday activities. Unlike traditional research, which studies these areas independently, the authors argue for investigating the interaction between offline and online cultural practices and jointly analyzing the effects of social and digital inequalities on cultural participation. Drawing on empirical evidence from the large-scale INVENT survey conducted in nine European countries, the authors illustrate the advantages of bridging the gap between research on cultural practices and inequalities in offline and online domains. The findings emphasize that analyzing both online and everyday cultural practices is essential for understanding the complexity of contemporary cultural participation and its relationship with socio-digital inequalities.

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