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Popular Music and Public Diplomacy : Transnational and Transdisciplinary Perspectives / Sina A. Nitzsche, Mario Dunkel.

Contributor(s): Dunkel, Mario [editor.] | Nitzsche, Sina A [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Studien zur Popularmusik.Publisher: Bielefeld : transcript-Verlag, [2019]Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (328 p.).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783839443583.Subject(s): Cultural History | Diplomacy | History of the 20th Century | History | International Relations | Music | Musicology | Politics | Pop Music | Popular Culture | MUSIC / History & CriticismDDC classification: 780 Online resources: Open Access | Cover
Contents:
Frontmatter -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Popular Music and Public Diplomacy -- Music in Transnational Transfers and International Competitions -- The Paradoxes of Cultural and Music Diplomacy in a Federal Country -- Dervish on the Eurovision Stage -- Between Propaganda and Public Diplomacy -- "Liberated from Serfdom" -- A Musical Inquisition? -- Dancing in Chains -- Becoming a Blue-Collar Musical Diplomat -- Music Trade in the Slipstream of Cultural Diplomacy -- National Flamencoism -- The Ethics and Politics of Empathy in US Hip-Hop Diplomacy -- Popular Musicking and the Politics of Spectatorship at the United Nations -- From Sons of Gastarbeita to Songs of Gastarbeiter -- Public Diplomacy and Decision-Making in the Eurovision Song Contest -- List of Contributors -- Index
Title is part of eBook package:EBOOK PACKAGE COMPLETE 2019 EnglishTitle is part of eBook package:EBOOK PACKAGE COMPLETE 2019Title is part of eBook package:EBOOK PACKAGE Literary, Cultural and Area Stud. 2019 EnglishTitle is part of eBook package:EBOOK PACKAGE Literary, Cultural and Area Studies 2019Title is part of eBook package:transcript eBook Package English Contemporary 2016-2018Summary: In the early years of the Cold War, Western nations increasingly adopted strategies of public diplomacy involving popular music. While the diplomatic use of popular music was initially limited to such genres as jazz, the second half of the 20th century saw a growing presence of various popular genres in diplomatic contexts, including rock, punk, reggae, and hip-hop.This volume illuminates the interrelation of popular music and public diplomacy from a transnational and transdisciplinary angle. The contributions argue that, as popular music has been a crucial factor in international relations, its diplomatic use has substantially impacted the global musical landscape of the 20th and 21st centuries.
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Frontmatter -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Popular Music and Public Diplomacy -- Music in Transnational Transfers and International Competitions -- The Paradoxes of Cultural and Music Diplomacy in a Federal Country -- Dervish on the Eurovision Stage -- Between Propaganda and Public Diplomacy -- "Liberated from Serfdom" -- A Musical Inquisition? -- Dancing in Chains -- Becoming a Blue-Collar Musical Diplomat -- Music Trade in the Slipstream of Cultural Diplomacy -- National Flamencoism -- The Ethics and Politics of Empathy in US Hip-Hop Diplomacy -- Popular Musicking and the Politics of Spectatorship at the United Nations -- From Sons of Gastarbeita to Songs of Gastarbeiter -- Public Diplomacy and Decision-Making in the Eurovision Song Contest -- List of Contributors -- Index

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In the early years of the Cold War, Western nations increasingly adopted strategies of public diplomacy involving popular music. While the diplomatic use of popular music was initially limited to such genres as jazz, the second half of the 20th century saw a growing presence of various popular genres in diplomatic contexts, including rock, punk, reggae, and hip-hop.This volume illuminates the interrelation of popular music and public diplomacy from a transnational and transdisciplinary angle. The contributions argue that, as popular music has been a crucial factor in international relations, its diplomatic use has substantially impacted the global musical landscape of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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