|The changing British system ||5|
|1.1 The arts administrator and art ||16|
|1.2 What are the arts? The British example ||19|
|2.1 Administration and organizations ||27|
|3 Development of arts administration systems||39|
|3.1 Forms of arts administration ||39|
|4.2 The constraints of history ||53|
|4.4 Financial constraints ||57|
|4.6 Administrative traditions ||60|
|5 Government intervention: supports and constraints||64|
|5.1 Government motives ||64|
|5.2 Government financial support ||66|
|5.3 Indirect government support ||72|
|5.4 Government restraints: financial ||73|
|5.5 Government restraints: licensing ||74|
|6.1 Funding the programme ||78|
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Book title: Arts Administration.
Contributors: John Pick - Author, Malcolm Anderton - Author.
Publisher: E & FN Spon.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: vii.
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