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Public Diplomacy (PUBD)
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Introduces public diplomacy as a central feature of contemporary international relations and challenges students to locate themselves as both its target and practitioners.
Examines how the City of Los Angeles and other local actors use public diplomacy tools to strengthen ties between themselves and foreign audiences.
|52809R||001||Lecture||2:00-4:50pm||Wednesday||9 of 19||Robert Banks||ANN210||Word (51897 KB)|
Provides overview of formal cultural diplomacy and concentrates on ways in which non-governmental entities communicate across international boundaries and the effects of those interchanges.
In-depth examination of historical, political, economic, cultural factors that influence public diplomacy efforts within specific geographic regions.
|52821D||001||Lecture||6:00-8:50pm||Tuesday||8 of 18||Jay Wang||ANN309||PDF (548741 KB)|
Public diplomacy's role in shaping ideas about trade and development and in creating trade agreements, and the use of trade agreements as public diplomacy.
Critical examination of challenges and benefits of measuring Public Diplomacy's impact; terminology and mechanics of evaluation, the measurement community, and varying approaches for evaluation
|52837D||001||Lecture||2:00-4:50pm||Thursday||11 of 19||Robert Banks||ANN211||Word (60518 KB)|
Development and production of original research-based project in the area of public diplomacy. Graded CR/NC.