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Any discussion of cultural policy must take into account the importance of public culture and tradition “in giving a sense of uniqueness and meaning to the individual political cultures” (Pye and Verba 1965: 19). Accordingly, a comprehensive analysis of a nation’s development involves not only its political institutions, but also its cultural identity. “As with politics in general, cultural politics involves the expression of the collective values of a people, the feelings of people about their social and group identities, and above all else the tests of loyalty and commitment” (Pye and Verba 1965: 19). The distinguishing characteristic of cultural policy in countries characterized by a legacy of coloniality is the importance of identity formation and the politics that are involved in formulating its definition.
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- Coloniality: The Cultural Policy of Post-colonialism
Kevin V. Mulcahy
- Palgrave Macmillan US
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