National Institute for Cultural Research and Training
Specialization of human resources in the artistic and cultural fields.
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The index of human trained in the cultural field was calculated as an average of standardized values regarding the number of participants and teaching staff engaged in the activities of the cultural institutions (high schools and art schools, popular schools of art, universities of the arts), relative to the total number of inhabitants of the city. Consequently, each of the absolute values of the sub-indices (e.g.: number of students enrolled in schools and high schools of art) has been relativized by the number of inhabitants (e.g.: number of students enrolled in schools and high schools of art relative to 100 inhabitants of the total population).
Within this category of indicators, we have collected data for secondary fine arts profile schools, colleges of arts, universities of cultural profile, and of popular schools of arts (and crafts) under the subordination of the County Councils. Intended indicators relate to:
1.Students enrolled in universities of art/ cultural profile (number of students per 1,000 inhabitants)
2.Teaching staff from the universities of art/ cultural profile (number of teachers per 1,000 inhabitants)
3.Students enrolled in secondary schools/ high schools with the artistic profile (number of students per 1,000 inhabitants)
4.Teaching staff from schools/ high schools with the artistic profile (number of teachers per 1,000 inhabitants)
5.Trainees enrolled in folk art schools/ schools of arts and crafts (number of students per 1,000 inhabitants)
6.Teaching staff/ specialized folk art schools/ schools of arts and crafts (the number of teachers per 1,000 inhabitants)
Standardization of the values was accomplished through the following steps:
(1) Data collection concerning the absolute values of a subindices (i.e. number of theaters).
(2) Calculating a value relative to a certain number of total residents (e.g.: number of theatres to 100,000 inhabitants out of their total).
(3) Substracting relative values average of each of the relative values obtained under step (2).
(4) Dividing each result obtained in step (3) to the standard deviation of the relative values.
Summing up all the steps in a formula, for x = the relative value of a sub-indices (see step 2), the standard value of x will be: (x – relative values mean)/standard deviation of relative values.
Specialized human resources – the number of students enrolled in schools and high schools of arts, the number of teaching staff in schools and colleges of art, the number of trainees enrolled in popular schools of art and crafts, and the number of specialized staff from popular schools of art.These indicators were collected through official letters sent to all high schools/ schools of art in the cities included in the analysis, and through
official letters sent to popular schools of arts and crafts.
The Study The Cultural Vitality of Cities in Romania, 2016 Edition, published in Culturadata Notebooks, vol 1/2017, Prouniversitaria Publishing House (available online on culturadata.ro).
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