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By Lloyd Dixon Kimberly Jinnett

Arts organisations around the kingdom are actively increasing their efforts to extend public participation of their courses. This document provides the findings of a RAND examine subsidized through the Wallace-Reader's Digest money that appears on the method wherein contributors get involved within the arts and makes an attempt to spot ways that arts associations can such a lot successfully impression this strategy. The file provides a behavioral version that identifies the most elements influencing person judgements in regards to the arts, in line with website visits to associations which have been fairly profitable in attracting individuals to their courses and in-depth interviews with the administrators of greater than a hundred associations that experience got gives you from the Wallace-Reader's Digest cash and the Knight origin to motivate higher involvement within the arts. The version and a collection of instructions to assist associations strategy the duty of participation development represent a framework which can help in devising participation-building methods that healthy with an institution's total goal and venture, its to be had assets, and the group surroundings within which it operates--in different phrases, a framework that may allow arts associations to take an integrative method of development participation within the arts.

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12. 31 32 A New Framework for Building Participation in the Arts organizations plan to increase participation, where their target populations are in the process of deciding whether to participate in the arts, and what types of factors are relevant to each position in the participation decisionmaking process. 1 shows how these different elements align. As noted in Chapter One, organizations can build participation in three ways: • They can diversify participation by attracting different kinds of people than they already attract.

How does one explain, for example, the diversity of those reasons? Moreover, it is not known how certain factors that have been demonstrated to be correlated with participation behavior actually operate. For example, education has been found to be strongly associated with arts participation, but why this is so is unclear. We cannot explain, for example, why even though most regular arts participants are highly educated, not all well-educated individuals are arts participants, or why many less-well-educated individuals are regular arts participants.

Moreover, because the amount of time an individual spends tending to life’s basic necessities is relatively fixed, the major tradeoff tends to be between work and leisure. How an individual chooses to spend his or her leisure time will be directly influenced by the amount of that time and how it is structured. As the amount of leisure time decreases, the opportunity costs of that time will increase and the individual will thus become more selective. As an individual’s leisure time becomes increasingly fragmented—whether due to irregular work schedules, family responsibilities, or something else—he or she is likely to become increasingly selective about how to use any “free” time.

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