What is culture?
Representative samples of >40000 people from 44 countries in the EU, MENA and former Soviet Union Countries answered exactly this question.
The differences between countries are quite interesting:
people in the EU perceive culture more often as Arts (performance arts – music, theatre, cinema, ballet, opera, etc. ‐ and visual arts ‐ architecture, painting, art galleries, etc.)
People in MENA and former Soviet Union also often mentioned traditions, education and upbringing as well as knowledge and science.
For Russians culture is also literature,
for Israelis it's lifestyle and manners,
for Greeks and Egyptians it's also a civilization
Remittance flow in 2015
From the least developed countries to the least developed countries
From all countries to the least developed countries
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Chapter 4 Helmut Anheier, Olga Kononykhina "Partnering with civil society". Global Report 2015, UNESCO
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Visualising cultural participation in EU countries over time (2006 and 2013)
- How many people attend cultural events (passive cultural participation)
- How gender balanced participation in cultural events is (passive cultural participation)
data source - Eurostat, Eurobarometer
Produced using ggplot2