Understanding popular culture and world politics in the digital age / edited by Caitlin Hamilton and Laura J. Shepherd. - London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016. - xvi, 195 p. : ill. - Popular culture and world politics . - Popular culture and world politics. .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I Theorising popular culture and world politics in the digital age -- World Politics 2.0 : An Introduction / Caitlin Hamilton -- The Potentiality and Limits of Understanding World Politics in a Transforming Global Media Landscape / Sebastian Kaempf -- Authors and Authenticity : Knowledge, Representation and Research in Contemporary World Politics / Laura J. Shepherd -- Part II Interrogating social media -- Like and Share Forces : Making Sense of Military Social Media Sites / Rhys Crilley -- Marketing Militarism in the Digital Age : Arms Production, YouTube and Selling "National Security" / Susan Jackson -- Remaking the Global : Social Media and Undocumented Immigrants in the US / Meghana Nayak -- The Digital Politics of Celebrity Activism Against Sexual Violence : Angelina Jolie as Global Mother / Annika Bergman Rosamond -- Part III Digital entertainment -- Playing War and Genocide : Endgame: Syria and Darfur is Dying / Jessica Auchter -- The Un-Scene Affects of On-Demand Access to War / M. Evren Eken -- "Pocket-Sized" Politics : Binders, Big Bird, and Other Memes of the 2012 US Presidential Campaign / Sandra Yao -- Collaging Internet Parody Images : An Art-Inspired Methodology for Studying Laughter in World Politics / Saara Särmä.

9781138940284 (hardback) 1138940283 (hardback)

Digital media -- Political aspects.
Social media -- Political aspects.
Popular culture.
International relations.

HM851 / .U53 2016

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