Domains and sub-domains of the Canadian Culture Satellite Account adapted from Canadian Framework for Culture Statistics

Culture contains six culture domains: Heritage and libraries, Live performance, Visual and applied arts, Written and published works, Audio-visual and interactive media, and Sound recording. Each culture domain consists of a distinct combination of core culture and ancillary culture sub domains. Culture also consists of transversal domains as well as a multi domain. The following provides a list of what each domain constitutes.

Heritage and libraries:

Core culture sub domains:


Live performance:

Core culture sub domains:

Visual and applied arts:

Core culture sub domains:

Ancillary culture sub domains:


Written and published works:

Core culture sub domains:


Ancillary culture sub domains:


Audio-visual and interactive media:

Core culture sub domains:


Sound recording:

Core culture sub domains:


Transversal domains:

Education and training: Cultural programs offered at educational and training establishments including elementary and secondary schools, community colleges and C.E.G.E.P.S, universities, technical, vocational and trade schools and fine arts schools.
Governance, funding and professional support: includes grant-making and giving services of culture organizations only (conservation foundations and charitable trusts awarding grants); business, civic and civic and social organizations- culture organizations only ; labour organizations and other membership organizations -culture organizations only (including arts councils); and government entities providing programs related to culture such as federal regulatory services and federal, provincial and territorial and local, municipal and regional public administrations.


Multi domain:
Covers more than one domain and cannot be readily allocated to a single domain. Includes Manufacturing and reproducing magnetic and optical media - reproduction of magnetic and optical media, excluding software (culture content only); Internet publishing and broadcasting, and web search portals-publishers of culture content only; lessors of non-financial intangible assets (except copyrighted works)-owners of cultural trademarks and convention and trade show organizers-craft shows and trade fairs related to culture only.

Notes

Adapted from Table 1, Canadian Framework for Culture Statistics, Catalogue no. 87-542.

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