The Role of the Digital Environment in the Context of Cultural Rights
Keywords:Cultural Rights, Covid-19, Digital Culture, Digital Environment, Digital Transformation
AbstractThe rapid development of information and communication technologies has created the need for digital transformation, changed the cultural sector and the opportunities and risks of accessing and consuming culture. This paper will analyze how these processes have affected the exercise of cultural rights.
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