Jerry Liu

Jerry Liu
National Taiwan University of Arts | NTUA · Graduate School of Arts Management and Cultural Policy

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Introduction
Jerry C Y Liu is a Professor of Graduate School of Arts Management and Cultural Policy at the National Taiwan University of Arts. He is the Editor of the academic journal Culture: Policy, Management, and Entrepreneurship, and the International Scientific Committee Member of the Cultural Management: Science and Education. Liu is the ENCATC International Correspondence Board Member and advisory board member of ANCER. He was the first President of Taiwan Association of Cultural Policy Study.
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February 2018 - present
National Taiwan University of Arts
Position
  • Professor (Full)
August 2010 - February 2018
National Taiwan University of Arts
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  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (22)
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“The book Cultural management: from theory to practice is an excellent tool to raise debate among researchers, trainers and professionals about the state of the art in the domain. Different texts are bringing different contextual and research perspectives, raising new and new questions and offering academic responses to this constantly changing aca...
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This chapter investigates the historical and social context of cultural rights in Taiwan, and analyses specifically how researchers, artists, cultural practitioners, and the public have taken part in the managing, mismanaging, and upward-managing process of the project ‘2017 National Cultural Congress and Culture White Paper’ (2017 NCCWP). The auth...
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“The book Cultural management: from theory to practice is an excellent tool to raise debate among researchers, trainers and professionals about the state of the art in the domain. Different texts are bringing different contextual and research perspectives, raising new and new questions and offering academic responses to this constantly changing aca...
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Despite contemporary understandings of the term “governance” in East Asia being highly influenced by modern Western discourses and practices, the role of traditional Chinese discourses, such as “to rule by virtue”, are under-explored vis-à-vis the idea of self-regulation and self-reflection in bodies’ governance in the region. The cultural backdrop...
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The article looks into recent academic works, practical projects, and research reports related to the evaluation of cultural values and the assessment of cultural impact. The key questions asked are: why is the measurement of the value and impact of art and culture an issue? What is the rationale for measuring the value and impact of culture? And b...
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In this article, I argue for a cultural ecology approach to cultural policy and governance, which focuses on collaboration, cooperation, coordination, co-creation, coexistence and cross-fertilizing of nature and humanities, and which goes beyond the logics of cultural administration, hierarchical government, and market rules and economic values. Ta...
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Three key terms need to be defined in brevity — first of all, ‘culture.’ The multiplicity of meanings around the idea of culture and the interrelationship of these meanings is well-recognized. However, the analysis here focuses mainly on the aspect of culture that is related to the deeply embedded values, beliefs, signifying system, or ‘informing s...
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TEA, LIQUID JADE OR GREEN GOLD, IT IS CALLED, is the most consumed substance on the planet with the exception of water. And indeed, when one thinks of applying the adjective ‘‘popular’’ and at the same time ‘‘civilized’’ there is probably no other form of cultural practice in China that is more representative and taken for granted than tea drinking...
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Few would dispute that Europe had triumphed over China materially, scientifically and technologically in modern world history, although historians are still debating about the precise date, causes and courses. Global economic historians today ascribe China"s "failure" of achieving an equal level of scientific and technological progress to its inabi...
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Leisure governance in Taiwan has been under swift transition during the past decades. Under the influence of a rigid military-political milieu, leisure policies of the 1950s and 1960s were characterized of dogmatic teachings of anti-communism and moral-ethical didacticism. During the 1970s and 1980s, with the lift of the Martial Law it had marked a...
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* Introductory Note: Political and economic centered global histories tend to focus on, or even celebrate, certain set of values that prioritize the measurement of wealth, material power, technological progress, and institutional efficiency of a cultu re. Some of the analyses are then applied in turn to suggest the superiority or inferiority of a c...
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the Kaohsiung city has utilized the 2009 Kaohsiung World Games as a strategy of city cultural governance. Through the represented city cultural images, the paper depicts the City's attempts to reconcile citizens' mixed feelings of wanting to be instantaneously "global" and "local". Adopting a qualitat...

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Analyzing the interactive relations among cultural intermediaries, its role to public and private sectors and public citizen as a whole.