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Branding cities in the age of social media: A comparative assessment of local government performance
(Springer International Publishing, 2015)
This chapter is a comparative study of how three local governments- Cape Town (South Africa) Philadelphia (Pennsylvania USA) and Myrtle Beach (South Carolina USA)-use social media platforms in their city branding attempts. ...
(Mis)communication across the Borders: Politics media and public opinion in Turkey
(International Institute of Informatics and Systemics IIIS, 2015)
During the 1990s advances in statistical and demographic analysis helped the development of an understanding of public opinion as the collective view of a defined population such as a particular demographic or ethnic group. ...
Who sets the agenda in Turkey? Recent political and social trends in Turkish public opinion
(Common Ground Research Networks, 2015)
In terms of scholarly research and understanding the national social and political systems and policies the need exists for an empirical assessment of recent trends in public opinion in Turkey. Accordingly the current study ...
SilkRoad Onions and Clean Money
(Sage Publications Inc, 2015)
Encountering difference and radical democratic trajectory: An analysis of Gezi Park as public space
Summer 2013 was a historic period in regards to political activism in Turkey. Commonly referred to as ‘the Gezi Resistance’ the grass-roots mobilisation caught the rather self-assured AKP (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi) ...
Social business in online financing: Crowdfunding narratives of independent documentary producers in Turkey
(Sage Publications Ltd, 2015)
Crowdfunding is a relatively novel concept in Turkish public discourse. Yet activist media producers in Turkey actively use online opportunities to solicit production post-production and distribution financing. This article ...
Pathways of connection: An analytical approach to the impacts of public diplomacy
(Elsevier Science Inc, 2015)
Public diplomacy albeit its functional similarities with public relations and other corporate communication tools is inherently a foreign policy tool used by practitioner states to advance their national interests and ...