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Citizen Perceptions of The European Union:

The Impact of the EU Web Site
Talke Hoppmann
ISBN: 9781604976755

This book examines user perceptions of European Union institutions and compares them to perceptions communicators within these institutions have of their users. This book will be of interest to researchers in the areas of communication, European studies, political science, and information science, as well as to policy makers and government officials involved in (online) communication at the EU-, national-, or local level. Read More..

The African Union and New Strategies for Development in Africa

Said Adejumobi and Adebayo Olukoshi
ISBN: 9781604975741

This study assembles the voices of some of the most seasoned African and Africanist scholars, and is a landmark contribution in a systematic attempt to comprehend Africa’s regional development strategy led by the African Union. Read More..

African Environmental and Human Security in the 21st Century

Helen E. Purkitt
ISBN: 9781604976465

"This is the first book to address a broad array of African environmental and human security issues ... The case studies expose the reader to past relevant research, while also identifying the main causes and consequences of different types of political conflicts fueled by human and environmental security problems. Each study also contains policy lessons, "best practices", or recommended future actions. The originality and comprehensiveness of each chapter means that the volume is likely to appeal to a wide range of readers for many years ... an important book for African Studies, economic development, environmental and earth science, environmental security, ecotourism, history, human security, international relations, national security and military science Collections." - Institute for Environmental Security Read More..

Building a Nation's Image on the World Wide Web:

A Study of the Head of State Web Sites of Developing Countries
T. Kenn Gaither
ISBN: 9781934043561

Highly original, this study breaks new ground and may very well contribute to a new field in international public relations on the internet. Read More..

Countermeasures, the International Legal System, and Environmental Violations:

When Two Wrongs Make A Right for the Environment
Hjörtur B. Sverrisson
ISBN: 9781604975406

This landmark book examines the law of countermeasures in the context of violations of international legal environmental obligations of states. It reviews the source of authority of states, namely, sovereignty, its interaction with the notion of international law and the limitation of the latter. Read More..

Cross-Border Cultural Production:

Economic Runaway or Globalization?
Janet Wasko and Mary Erickson
ISBN: 9781934043783

This collection of essays by noted experts in the field examines the economic, political and cultural roles that television and film play in our society and how international production has influenced those roles. Read More..

Economic Benefits of Ethnolinguistic Diversity:

Implications for International Political Economy
Agnieszka Aleksy-Szucsich
ISBN: 9781604975345

Original and groundbreaking, this book adds a new dimension to the fields of both international political economy and to international political finance. This book promises to steer international political economy in a new direction. Read More..

The Evolution from Horse to Automobile:

A Comparative International Study
Imes Chiu
ISBN: 9781604975468

Little work has been done to explicate the motivational factors of agency, particularly in cases where an artifact initially deemed ineffective or superfluous becomes an everyday necessity, such as the automobile at the turn of the twentieth century. What makes a social group change its position about a particular artifact? How did the “devil wagon” overcome its notoriety to become a prosaic mainstream device? The author brings a different and refreshing approach to these questions. Read More..

Globalization and Public Relations in Postcolonial Nations:

Challenges and Opportunities
Patricia A. Curtin and T. Kenn Gaither
ISBN: 9781604978162

As the debate over the benefits of globalization continues unabated, there is a need for public relations scholarship to engage in that debate by challenging existing paradigms and theories. This book outlines not only a wide ranging set of issues raised by globalization in postcolonial nations, it ties those issues to public relations campaigns that are both alleviating and exacerbating those issues. Read More..

Higher Education and Global Poverty:

University Partnerships and the World Bank in Developing Countries
Christopher S. Collins
ISBN: 9781604977257

Through ethnographic methods, this study offers a model for cross-border partnerships between universities in developing and developed countries, which will be highly valuable for those training to be education specialists in development agencies as the model presented casts light on the potential benefits of higher education as a poverty reduction strategy. This is cutting-edge information within a framework of policy analysis. Read More..

 

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