A Pannon Egyetem közösségének kultúrafogyasztása, az érzelmi és kulturális intelligencia összefüggése

Veszprém 2023 Európa Kulturális Fővárosa

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https://doi.org/10.14267/VEZTUD.2021.04.05

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European cultural capital, culture consumption, cultural intelligence, emotional intelligence

Abstract

In December 2018, Veszprém and the Balaton region won the title of European Capital of Culture (ECoC) 2023, and this has served as a cultural, economic and social catalyst for the area. The ECoC research group was established in 2019 at the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Pannonia. The research group sought to assess the local identity, quality of life, cultural consumption and cultural and emotional intelligence of the university’s community. Besides presenting the statistical data, this longitudinal study analysed the relationships between individual factors, and it presents the community’s cultural consumption, level of cultural and emotional intelligence and the interrelationships of these factors. The results indicate a strong correlation between some elements of cultural consumption and emotional and cultural intelligence. People with higher emotional and cultural intelligence were more likely to participate in more leisure activities and events and to spend more time reading, listening to music and hiking.

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Author Biographies

Edit Kővári, University of Pannonia

Associate Professor

Judit Pásztor, University of Pannonia

PhD Student

Ágnes Raffay-Danyi, University of Pannonia

Associate Professor

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2021-04-12

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Kővári, E., Pásztor, J., & Raffay-Danyi, Ágnes. (2021). A Pannon Egyetem közösségének kultúrafogyasztása, az érzelmi és kulturális intelligencia összefüggése: Veszprém 2023 Európa Kulturális Fővárosa. Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review, 52(4), 48–62. https://doi.org/10.14267/VEZTUD.2021.04.05

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