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Data on Arts Organizations: A Review and Needs Assessment, with Design Implications

@inproceedings{Kaple1996DataOA,
  title={Data on Arts Organizations: A Review and Needs Assessment, with Design Implications},
  author={Deborah A. Kaple and Lori V. Morris and Ziggy Rivkin-fish and Paul DiMaggio},
  year={1996}
}
This project describes the data resources on arts organizations that are currently available to inform the efforts of policy makers, arts managers, and researchers working in the arts field. It assesses the adequacy of different data sources for identifying the population of arts and cultural organizations in a community. The report is based on a review of more than a dozen sources of information about arts and cultural organizations, interviews with researchers and data specialists, and an… Expand
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