Direct encouragement can certainly break social resistances and facilitate the first visit, but their success is doomed to be short-lived as they will not be enough to make people more inclined to the regular performance of the cultural event.
Similarly, efforts to address directly, information-encouragement efforts made with contemporary communication tools, or cultural dissemination initiatives carried out by popular culture institutions can only find their echo in individuals who are prepared to receive such an effect by a regular and continuous school education.
It seems that this can also be explained by the partial failure that is often witnessed in artistic education studies for children.
-Pierre Bourdieu & Alan Pulse
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