Metzgar article characterizes academic study of public diplomacy The Media School Report October 1, 2019 Associate professor Emily Metzgar (Maggie Richards | The Media School) An article by associate professor Emily Metzgar reviews decades of peer-reviewed research on public diplomacy in order to characterize the interdisciplinary field of study. “The Scholarship of Public Diplomacy: Analysis of a
2nd Edition of the Routledge Handbook of Public Diplomacy Out Now
Since the 2008 release of the first edition of this encyclopedic guide, the landscape, technologies and best practices of public diplomacy have evolved. Now, so too has the Routledge Handbook of Public Diplomacy.
The second edition of this comprehensive work was edited by Nancy Snow (Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University) and Nicholas Cull (USC Master of Public Diplomacy Founding Director, CPD Faculty Fellow). Parts one through four retain their expert authors (many of whom belong to the CPD community) who contributed revised content for the new edition. It now also boasts 16 global case studies and ten new authors.
The link to purchase the book can be found here.
Table of Contents
1. Rethinking Public Diplomacy in the 2020s – Nancy Snow
2.Public Diplomacy Before Gullion: The Evolution of a Phrase – Nicholas J. Cull
Part 1: The Scope of Public Diplomacy: Key Practices
3. The Spectrum..
No, Twitter is not increasing its 140-character limit for tweets, but users may soon be able to pack a lot more information into them, regardless. Bloomberg reported that photos and links will not be counted as part of the 140-character limit, with the change possibly taking effect in the next two weeks. According to Bloomberg, links added
Since 1948, the United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] (ACPD) has been charged with appraising U.S. Government activities intended to understand, inform and influence foreign publics and to increase the understanding of, and support for, these same activities. The ACPD conducts research and symposiums that provide honest assessments and informed discourse on public diplomacy efforts across government. It reports to the President, Secretary of State, and Congress. Currently, the office of the Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs supports it.
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President Obama has quietly recruited top tech talent from the likes of Google and Facebook. Their mission: to reboot how government works. For Eric Maland, the whole thing goes back to that San Francisco wedding. Mikey wasn’t there—well, wait, actually, Mikey was there. But Eric didn’t meet him at that point. Eric met some other