First published in 1988, this book is built around the trio of interrelated themes of ‘The State’, ‘Culture’, and ‘Education’. The essays look at a variety of institutions, including the BBC, The British Library and the Arts Council, and discuss the educational roles that they adopt and how they set the national cultural agenda. They also explore the role of the state and its influence on these bodies and cultural education in the UK more generally.
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