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The Resource Public Diplomacy and the Implementation of Foreign Policy in the US, Sweden and Turkey, (electronic resource)

Public Diplomacy and the Implementation of Foreign Policy in the US, Sweden and Turkey, (electronic resource)

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Public Diplomacy and the Implementation of Foreign Policy in the US, Sweden and Turkey
Title
Public Diplomacy and the Implementation of Foreign Policy in the US, Sweden and Turkey
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Sevin, Efe
Dewey number
320
Index
no index present
LC call number
JA1-92
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Palgrave Macmillan Series in Global Public Diplomacy
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  • Political science
  • Communication in politics
  • Comparative government
  • Diplomacy
  • International relations
  • Political Science and International Relations
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Public Diplomacy and the Implementation of Foreign Policy in the US, Sweden and Turkey, (electronic resource)
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Publication
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Description based upon print version of record
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unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Dedication ; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Abbreviations; List of Figures ; List of Tables ; Chapter 1: The Need for Communication; 1.1 Why Diplomacy?; 1.2 Communicating Beyond Diplomacy; 1.3 New Topics for Public Diplomacy; 1.4 Public Diplomacy Works, But How?; 1.5 Outline of the Book; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 2: Public Diplomacy: The New Foreign Policy "Tool"; 2.1 Defining Public Diplomacy; 2.2 A "New" Public Diplomacy?; 2.2.1 From the Early Days of USIA to 9/11; 2.2.2 Reviving Public Diplomacy: The Relational Turn; 2.2.3 Globalizing Public Diplomacy
  • 2.3 Measuring the Impact of Public Diplomacy2.4 Studying the Practice of Public Diplomacy; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 3: Six Pathways of Connection: A Theoretical Framework; 3.1 Areas of Impacts; 3.2 Public Opinion: Attraction and Benefit of the Doubt; 3.3 Relationship Dynamics: Direct Influence and Socialization; 3.4 Public Debates: Agenda-Setting and Framing; 3.5 Establishing an Analytical Framework; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 4: The Pioneer of Public Diplomacy: United States of America; 4.1 History of American Public Diplomacy; 4.1.1 Early Days of US Public Diplomacy
  • 4.1.2 Current Institutions and Mandate4.2 US-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission; 4.2.1 ECSM in Motion: Sports Subgroup; 4.2.2 Analysis of ECSM; 4.3 Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 5: Collaboration and Public Diplomacy: Sweden; 5.1 History of Swedish Public Diplomacy; 5.1.1 From Cultural Exchange to Digitalization; 5.1.2 Swedish Foreign Policy and Public Diplomacy; 5.2 Facing the Climate; 5.2.1 Facing the Climate in Detail: The Albanian Experience; 5.2.2 Analysis of Facing the Climate; 5.3 Conclusions; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 6: History and Culture: Turkey
  • 6.1 History of Turkish Public Diplomacy6.1.1 Institutionalization of Turkish Public Diplomacy; 6.1.2 A Love Affair: Turkey in the Central Asia; 6.2 The Region's UNESCO: TÜRKSOY; 6.2.1 TÜRKSOY in Detail: Eskişehir 2013; 6.2.2 Analysis of  TÜRKSOY; 6.3 Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 7: Six Pathways of Connection: A Practical Roadmap; 7.1 Unpacking the Link; 7.2 A Comparative Look; 7.3 Reflection on the Practice; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 8: Conclusion: Connecting Foreign Policy and Communication; 8.1 Moving Away from Soft Power; 8.2 Public Diplomacy as a Foreign Policy Tool
  • 8.3 Final RemarksNote; Bibliography; Appendix: Testing Procedure; Bibliography; Index
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Extent
1 online resource (258 p.)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319493343
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unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn973187597
Label
Public Diplomacy and the Implementation of Foreign Policy in the US, Sweden and Turkey, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Dedication ; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Abbreviations; List of Figures ; List of Tables ; Chapter 1: The Need for Communication; 1.1 Why Diplomacy?; 1.2 Communicating Beyond Diplomacy; 1.3 New Topics for Public Diplomacy; 1.4 Public Diplomacy Works, But How?; 1.5 Outline of the Book; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 2: Public Diplomacy: The New Foreign Policy "Tool"; 2.1 Defining Public Diplomacy; 2.2 A "New" Public Diplomacy?; 2.2.1 From the Early Days of USIA to 9/11; 2.2.2 Reviving Public Diplomacy: The Relational Turn; 2.2.3 Globalizing Public Diplomacy
  • 2.3 Measuring the Impact of Public Diplomacy2.4 Studying the Practice of Public Diplomacy; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 3: Six Pathways of Connection: A Theoretical Framework; 3.1 Areas of Impacts; 3.2 Public Opinion: Attraction and Benefit of the Doubt; 3.3 Relationship Dynamics: Direct Influence and Socialization; 3.4 Public Debates: Agenda-Setting and Framing; 3.5 Establishing an Analytical Framework; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 4: The Pioneer of Public Diplomacy: United States of America; 4.1 History of American Public Diplomacy; 4.1.1 Early Days of US Public Diplomacy
  • 4.1.2 Current Institutions and Mandate4.2 US-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission; 4.2.1 ECSM in Motion: Sports Subgroup; 4.2.2 Analysis of ECSM; 4.3 Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 5: Collaboration and Public Diplomacy: Sweden; 5.1 History of Swedish Public Diplomacy; 5.1.1 From Cultural Exchange to Digitalization; 5.1.2 Swedish Foreign Policy and Public Diplomacy; 5.2 Facing the Climate; 5.2.1 Facing the Climate in Detail: The Albanian Experience; 5.2.2 Analysis of Facing the Climate; 5.3 Conclusions; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 6: History and Culture: Turkey
  • 6.1 History of Turkish Public Diplomacy6.1.1 Institutionalization of Turkish Public Diplomacy; 6.1.2 A Love Affair: Turkey in the Central Asia; 6.2 The Region's UNESCO: TÜRKSOY; 6.2.1 TÜRKSOY in Detail: Eskişehir 2013; 6.2.2 Analysis of  TÜRKSOY; 6.3 Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 7: Six Pathways of Connection: A Practical Roadmap; 7.1 Unpacking the Link; 7.2 A Comparative Look; 7.3 Reflection on the Practice; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 8: Conclusion: Connecting Foreign Policy and Communication; 8.1 Moving Away from Soft Power; 8.2 Public Diplomacy as a Foreign Policy Tool
  • 8.3 Final RemarksNote; Bibliography; Appendix: Testing Procedure; Bibliography; Index
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (258 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319493343
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn973187597

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