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Survey of Public Participation in the Arts 1992 [United States].

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出版單位:Cultural Policy and the Arts National Data Archive
核准日期:2002-01-03
權限:Copyright, Princeton University, 2002....

英文摘要

This data collection offers information on Americans' participation in the arts,
            including ballet, opera, plays, museums, and concerts, during 1992. Sponsored by
            the National Endowment for the Arts and conducted by the United States
            Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, this survey was a supplement to
            a larger national survey, the National Crime Survey (NCS). Respondents were
            asked a core set of questions about their past-year participation in, and frequency
            of attending, art performances and events in the following categories: jazz music,
            classical music, opera, musicals, plays (nonmusical), ballet, other dance, art
            museums, arts-crafts fairs, and historical park/monument sites. The 1992 survey
            specifically asked respondents not to include grade school or high school
            performances for all participation questions. Unlike the 1982 and 1985 SPPAs, the
1992 core questionnaire included questions about exposure to the arts via the media, both broadcast and recorded. Also, all
            surveys included questions about the kinds of activities respondents would like to
            do more, and which activities they would like to do most. Other core questions
            measured the amount and type of leisure reading in which the respondents engaged,
            measured separately for plays, poetry, novels and short stories, in the last year.
            Questions also tapped exposure to literature and poetry through live and recorded
            readings. The long form of the questionnaire, which was completed by all respondents in the
            second six months of 1992, included many additional items. Respondents were
            asked about participation in such leisure activities as movies, sports, amusement
            parks, exercise, outdoor activities, charity work, home improvements, and
            gardening. A series of questions measured art making and performance. The long
            form measured musical preferences, participation in and venues of classes and
            lessons throughout the life cycle, as well as parental education levels.


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