Today, when we think of policymaking we think first of the nation-state, the world’s foremost political entity, although other types of entities generate policies as well. Regardless of the source, in practice policy-making often represents the interests of political and other special groups.
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- This was a paper presented at the Fifth Anniversary Celebration Conference of the Institute for Research and teh Archiving of Music: "Cultural Policy and Music Education II, Skopje Conference." Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia. January 2005.
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Humphreys, Jere T. “Influence of Cultural Policy on Education in Music and the Other Arts.” Published at http://mmc.edu.mk/IRAM/Conferences/Skopjeconf2/02Jere.pdf [published without references]. January 2005.