Understanding Popular Culture and World Politics in the Digital Age.

By: Shepherd, Laura JContributor(s): Hamilton, CaitlinMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPopular Culture and World Politics: Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (212 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317376033Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Understanding Popular Culture and World Politics in the Digital AgeDDC classification: 306 LOC classification: HM851 -- .U529 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of figures -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Author biographies -- PART I Theorising popular culture and world politics in the digital age -- 1 World politics 2.0: an introduction -- 2 The potentiality and limits of understanding world politics in a transforming global media landscape -- 3 Authors and authenticity: knowledge, representation and research in contemporary world politics -- PART II Interrogating social media -- 4 Like and share forces: making sense of military social media sites -- 5 Marketing militarism in the digital age: arms production, YouTube and selling 'national security' -- 6 Remaking the global: social media and undocumented immigrants in the US -- 7 The digital politics of celebrity activism against sexual violence: Angelina Jolie Pitt as global mother -- PART III Digital entertainment -- 8 Playing war and genocide: Endgame: Syria and Darfur is Dying -- 9 The un-scene affects of on-demand access to war -- 10 'Pocket-sized' politics: binders, Big Bird and other memes of the 2012 US presidential campaign -- 11 Collaging internet parody images: an art-inspired methodology for studying laughter in world politics -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of figures -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Author biographies -- PART I Theorising popular culture and world politics in the digital age -- 1 World politics 2.0: an introduction -- 2 The potentiality and limits of understanding world politics in a transforming global media landscape -- 3 Authors and authenticity: knowledge, representation and research in contemporary world politics -- PART II Interrogating social media -- 4 Like and share forces: making sense of military social media sites -- 5 Marketing militarism in the digital age: arms production, YouTube and selling 'national security' -- 6 Remaking the global: social media and undocumented immigrants in the US -- 7 The digital politics of celebrity activism against sexual violence: Angelina Jolie Pitt as global mother -- PART III Digital entertainment -- 8 Playing war and genocide: Endgame: Syria and Darfur is Dying -- 9 The un-scene affects of on-demand access to war -- 10 'Pocket-sized' politics: binders, Big Bird and other memes of the 2012 US presidential campaign -- 11 Collaging internet parody images: an art-inspired methodology for studying laughter in world politics -- Index.

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Laura J. Shepherd is Associate Professor of International Relations at UNSW Australia. She works at the intersection of gendered global politics, security, and the politics of representation. Laura is the author/editor of five books, including Gender Matters in Global Politics: A Feminist Introduction to International Relations (London: Routledge, 2nd edn, 2105) and Gender, Violence and Popular Culture: Telling Stories (London: Routledge, 2013).

Caitlin Hamilton is a doctoral candidate in International Relations at UNSW Australia. She is also the Managing Editor of the Australian Journal of International Affairs.

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