Vol 11, No 21 (2012)

Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Guest Editor Note

Issue Theme: The Use of Social Media in U.S. Public Diplomacy PDF
R.S. Zaharna, William A Rugh

Invited Papers

USAID’s First Public Engagement Campaign: Measuring Public Engagement PDF
Eric Abdullateef
#Kelleypd: Public Diplomacy 2.0 Classroom PDF
Willow F. Williamson, John Robert Kelley

Refereed Papers

Social Media at State: Power, Practice, and Conceptual Limits for US Public Diplomacy PDF
Craig Hayden
The Medium is Not the Message: Social Media, American Public Diplomacy & Iran PDF
Emily T. Metzgar
Post-9/11 U.S. Public Diplomacy in Eastern Europe: Dialogue via New Technologies or Face-to-Face Communication? PDF
Antoaneta M. Vanc
Framing Messages of Democracy through Social Media: Public Diplomacy 2.0, Gender, and the Middle East and North Africa PDF
Victoria Ann Newsom, Lara Lengel
Engaging the Diaspora: El Salvador and Costa Rica’s Use of Social Media to Connect with Their Diaspora Communities in the United States PDF
Vanessa Bravo

Graduate Section

Shifting Blame on the High Seas … and on YouTube: The Narrative Failure of Israel’s Flotilla Cyber-Diplomacy PDF
B. Theo Mazumdar
Polls as Persuasion Instruments in Public Diplomacy: A Case Study of “Guerrilla Polls” in Syria PDF
Michael Jablonski

Book Reviews

Review of Real-Time Diplomacy: Politics and Power in the Social Media Era PDF
Bahaa Ghobrial
Review of Battles to Bridges: U.S. Strategic Communication and Public Diplomacy after 9/11 PDF
Douglas A Boyd
Review of The Future of U.S. Public Diplomacy: An Uncertain Fate PDF
James Pamment
Review of The Rhetoric of Soft Power: Public Diplomacy in Global Contexts PDF
Paolo Sigismondi
Review of Global Television Formats: Understanding Television Across Borders PDF
Paul Julian Smith


ISSN: 1550-7521