New Approach To Poverty Studıes: Art Deprıvatıon And Art Poverty As Mıssıng Dımensıons
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In this dissertation, my purpose is to probe the relationship between art and poverty measurements with a methodological approach. In accordance with this, I aim at, first, discussing the place of art deprivation and art poverty within poverty measurements by probing the definitions of art, poverty, deprivation and basic needs; second, elaborating the necessity and possibility of the integration of art with poverty measurements; and third, form the necessary conceptual ground for the measurements of art deprivation and art poverty. For this, I conducted an online fieldwork through 22 in-depth interviews and 6 synchronous focus group discussions with artists, academics, workers of public institutions and civil society with a Grounded Theory approach. As a requirement of my methodological approach, I conducted the phases of fieldwork-transcribing-analysis simultaneously by means of MAXQDA. Within this scope, explaining the reasons for the necessity of the integration of art deprivation and art poverty with poverty measurements in micro and macro levels by expanding the definitions of art and poverty, I propose lists of components towards how to do this, and claim the real poverty rates to increase when measured.