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Development policies of foreign popular music: a study on the development policies of popular music industry in Japan and South Korea Cultural and creative industries have been aggressively developed by the government in recent years, and the promotion of popular music industry has become a principal project of the development of the cultural and creative industries. To establish a guideline for the relevant policies, this research focuses on the development policies of popular music industry in Japan and South Korea. The research scope covers, with respect to both countries, the industrial situation nowadays, the organizations and systems, the development strategies, and the legislative process of the corresponding regulations, etc. In addition, the characteristics of development policies of popular music industry of both countries are compared; the distinction is clarified; and the benefits and disadvantages of different development modes are presented. Further, comparison of the above aspects is made between these two countries and Taiwan. This research would analyze the literature and policies and consult the experts and workers in the related field. The aim of the research is, first, collecting and analyzing the information of organizations, policies, promotion plans, and implementation procedures of popular music in Japan and South Korea. Second, the popular music industry has become one of the principal projects of the development of the cultural and creative industries in Taiwan since 2010. This research would investigate the developing policies and the supporting regulations of popular music industry in Japan and South Korea, suggesting a guideline for making policies and regulations. Third, policies required by the popular music ecology and industrial development are evaluated, outcome of which are merged with the results of this research to propose appropriate policies and regulations for Taiwan.
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