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The Routledge handbook of soft power / edited by Naren Chitty (Macquarie University), Li Ji (Macquarie University), Gary D. Rawnsley (Aberystwyth University), Craig Hayden (Foreign Service Institute).

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
  • London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
  • ©2017
Description:
xx, 487 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Series:
Routledge handbooks. [More in this series]
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Soft power, civic society and world politics (section 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 -- Measuring soft power (section 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 and Li Ji -- Social media and e-diplomacy : Scanning embassies on Weibo / Ying Jiang -- Cultural approaches to soft power (section 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 -- Technologies of influence : the materiality of soft power in public diplomacy (section 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 -- Americas and Europe (section overview) / Katarzyna Pisarsk -- Popular culture, banal cosmopolitanisms and hospitality : notes for a Brazilian soft power / Yuji Gushiken, Quise Gonçalves Brito and Taís Marie Ueta -- International challenges of Catalonia : defining its public diplomacy through parliamentary debates / Xavier Ginesta, Mireia Canals and 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 : US-Iran metaphorical wars / Esmaeel Efandiary.
  • Soft power mobilization in the Middle East and Africa (section 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 / P. Eric Louw -- Nigeria, public diplomacy and soft power / Tokunbo Ojo -- Public diplomacy and soft power in Algeria's foreign policy / Laeed Zaghlami -- Central and South Asia : An overview of soft power prospective (section 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 post-critical assumptions / C.S.H.N. Murthy -- Seduced by Bhutan's philosophy of happiness / Bunty Avieson and Kinley Tshering -- India and China : Soft power in an Asian context / Kishan S Rana -- Soft power in east and south-east Asia (section overview) / 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 and Chi Ngac -- Beyond the boats : constraints on Indonesian and Australian soft power / Murray Green -- Conclusion / Naren Chitty
Subject(s):
Form/​Genre:
Case studies.
Other title(s):
Handbook of soft power
ISBN:
  • 9781138945814 ((hardback))
  • 1138945811 ((hardback))
  • ((ebook))
LCCN:
2016037847
OCLC:
960761874
Editor:
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