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The New Socio-Cultural Entrepreneurs

At the Crossroads Between Social Enterprises and Arts Entrepreneurship
  • Gesa Birnkraut
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Part of the FGF Studies in Small Business and Entrepreneurship book series (FGFS)

Abstract

This book chapter presents the research results of a qualitative study performed through conducting interviews with entrepreneurs concerning their definition of their activities as social entrepreneurship or cultural entrepreneurship. The study permits the development of a theory concerning the intersection of the work of social and cultural entrepreneurs. According to the theory, we can define a new mix of socio-cultural entrepreneurs. Important questions to be discussed in the article include the importance of and entrepreneur’s identity and the dependence of these entrepreneurs on their work influencing other fields in the industry. The role of education and support systems required for these new entrepreneurs will be discovered and discussed.

Keywords

Social entrepreneurship Arts entrepreneurship Cultural entrepreneurship Socio-cultural work 

Notes

Acknowledgments

I am thankful for the willingness of the people I interviewed—thanks for your invaluable time and input.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hochschule OsnabrückOsnabrückGermany

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