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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,

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. Far too often, policies purported to support aspects of culture such education, music, and the other arts reflect interests that have little or nothing to do with education or the arts.

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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.

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