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dc.contributor.authorBalling, Gitte-
dc.contributor.authorKann-Christensen, Nanna-
dc.description.abstractThe public library is a central institution for promotion of literature in Denmark. Libraries are constantly striving to develop both new and traditional forms of dialogue with users regarding literature, both in the physical space of libraries, but also largely on existing and emerging digital platforms. Like almost everything else in the library, the promotion of literature has changed over the last decades. An investigation of changes in literature promotion could take its starting point in various places. In this paper we wish to focus primarily on changes on a political/institutional level but also on how the media in which the promotion takes place has impact on how we understand literature promotion in Denmark
dc.subjectliterature promotionit
dc.titleWhat we talk about, when we talk about literature promotion - Changes in policies and practice – from centralism to networkit
dc.typeConference lectureit
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