The Routledge Handbook of Soft Power

Author:   Naren Chitty ,  Li Ji ,  Gary D. Rawnsley ,  Craig Hayden
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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9781138945814


Pages:   488
Publication Date:   07 November 2016
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Naren Chitty ,  Li Ji ,  Gary D. Rawnsley ,  Craig Hayden
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   0.998kg
ISBN:  

9781138945814


ISBN 10:   1138945811
Pages:   488
Publication Date:   07 November 2016
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Part 1: Theoretical Perspectives Section 1: Theoretical Considerations Soft Power, Civic Virtue and World Politics (Overview) Naren Chitty Alternatives to Soft Power: Influence in French and German External Cultural Action Robin Brown A Critical Discourse Analysis of Soft Power Fei Jiang Understanding Soft Power Through Public Diplomacy in Contrasting Polities Efe Sevin Section 2: Methodological Problems Measuring Soft Power (Overview) Li Ji A Methodological Approach to Nation Branding: Measurement and Issues Elif Kahraman Challenges of a big data approach in mapping soft power Richard Davis & Li Ji Social Media and E-Diplomacy: Scanning Embassies on Weibo Ying Jiang Section 3: The Cultural Imperative Cultural Approaches to Soft Power (Overview) Jacob Udo-Udo Jacob Soft Power and Cultural Industries: Cultural Policy and Inter-Asian Regional Flows in Hong Kong and Singapore Peichi Chung The Cultural Imperative: News Production and Soft Power Saba Bebawi Legal Diplomacy and the Possible Approach of China Zhipeng He The Soft Power of Elephants John Simons Section 4: The Technological Turn Technologies of Influence: The Materiality of Soft Power in Public Diplomacy (Overview) Craig Hayden Digital networks and Transformations in the International News Ecology: A Critique of Agent-centred Approaches to Soft Power Marie Gillespie and Eva Nieto McAvoy Social Media and Soft Power Politics in Africa: Lessons from Nigeria's #BringBackOurGirls and Kenya's #SomeoneTellCNN Matthew O. Adeiza and Philip N. Howard Part 2: Case Studies Section 5: Europe and the Americas North America & Europe - The Soft Power Outliers (Overview) Katarzyna Pisarsk Popular Culture, Banal Cosmopolitanisms and Hospitality: Notes for a Brazilian Soft Power Yuji Gushiken, Quise Goncalves Brito &Tais Marie Ueta International Challenges of Catalonia: Defining Its Public Diplomacy through Parliamentary Debates Xavier Ginesta, Mireia Canals & Jordi de San Eugenio German Public Diplomacy: The Importance of Culture and Education Falk Hartig Good Health is Above Wealth. Eurozone as a Patient in Eurocrisis Discourse Magdalena Bielenia-Grajewska Of Extended Hands and Velvet Gloves: U.S.-Iran Metaphorical Wars Esmaeil Esfandiary Section 6. Africa and the Middle East Soft Power Mobilization in the Middle East and Africa. (Overview) Aziz Douai When Soft Power Success and Attractiveness Cannot be Sustained : Zimbabwe and South Africa as Case Studies of the Limits of Soft Power Eric Louw Nigeria, Public Diplomacy and Soft Power Tokunbo Ojo Public Diplomacy and Soft Power in Algeria's Foreign Policy Laeed Zaghlami Section 7: Central and South Asia Central and South Asia: An Overview of Soft Power Prospective (Overview) Dalbir Ahlawat Indigenizing Soft Power in Russia Yelena Osipova Bollywood Enabling India as a Soft Power: A Critical Overview of Pros and Cons of PostCritical Assumptions CSHN Murthy Seduced by Bhutan's Philosophy of Happiness Bunty Avieson & Kinley Tshering India and China: Soft Power in an Asian Context Kishan S Rana Section 8: North and South East Asia An Overview of Soft Power in East and South East Asia Damien Spry The Pivot Shift of Japan's Public Diplomacy Yasushi Watanabe The Korean Wave as Soft Power Public Diplomacy Hun Shik Kim Vietnamese Cultural Diplomacy: An Emerging Strategy Gary D. Rawnsley & Chi Ngac Beyond the Boats: Constraints on Indonesian and Australian Soft Power Murray Green Conclusion Naren Chitty

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Naren Chitty is Inaugural Director of the Soft Power Analysis and Resource Centre and Foundation Chair in International Communication at Macquarie University, Australia. Li Ji is a Lecturer in International Communication and a Researcher at the Soft Power Analysis and Resource Centre (SPARC) at Macquarie University, Australia. Gary D. Rawnsley is Professor of Public Diplomacy in the Department of International Politics at Aberystwyth University, UK. Craig Hayden is Chair of the Diplomatic Mastery Program at the Foreign Service Institute, US Department of State, USA.

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