Barcelona: centre and periphery

Calvo, Lluís
March 2010
Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies;Mar2010, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p109
Academic Journal
Barcelona needs to exercise its function as a capital city with an unshakeable faith in Catalan culture by establishing communication and exchange networks with its Catalan hinterland. Although the Catalan creative sector is confident and convinced of its potential, it needs Barcelona to believe in it, and it needs to shake off the fetters, ambiguities and diffident attitudes of the past.


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