James P Farwell
|描述：||xxi, 282 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|内容：||pt. 1. The forms of strategic communication. Psychological operations ; Propaganda : the resonance of emotion ; Public affairs : concept versus reality ; Public diplomacy --
pt. 2. Words, images and symbols, and deeds. Words ; Images and symbols ; Deeds --
pt. 3. Campaigns of influence. Do authoritarians care? ; Is success about leadership or communication? ; The marks of leadership ; Campaigns of influence ; Define winning or losing ; Strategy ; Tactics --
pt. 4. Weapons of strategic communication. Television as a weapon ; Radio as a weapon --
pt. 5. More effective strategic communication. Change that would matter ; Conclusion.
|責任：||James P. Farwell ; foreword by John J. Hamre.|
Shows how the US government's approach to strategic communication has been misguided. This title offers an evaluation of the concepts, doctrines, and activities that the US Department of Defense and Department of State employ for psychological operations, military information support operations, propaganda, and public diplomacy.