ERIC Number: ED066077
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
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Cultural Policy in Yugoslavia.
This text, one of a series focusing on various UNESCO Member States, examines how cultural policies are planned and implemented within those nations. The study is limited in scope to institutions and activity directly concerned with the arts. The focus of attention is directed to examination of the principles and methods of cultural policy, planning and financing, the organization of resources, legislation, budgeting, public and private institutions, cultural content in education, cultural autonomy and decentralization, the training of personnel, institutional infrastructures for meeting specific cultural needs, the safeguarding of the cultural heritage, institutions for the dissemination of the arts, international cultural cooperation, and related subjects. It is suggested that these studies can provide guidelines to countries which have yet to establish cultural policies on a national basis. (RL)
Descriptors: Administrative Organization, Art Activities, Art Appreciation, Cultural Activities, Cultural Opportunities, Cultural Pluralism, Culture, Government Role, Institutional Administration, National Programs, Policy Formation, Serbocroatian, Slavic Languages, State Government
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Authoring Institution: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris (France).