Popular culture and world politics : theories, methods, pedagogies / edited by Federica Caso and Caitlin Hamilton.
Contributor(s): Caso, Federica | Hamilton, Caitlin.Material type: BookCall no.: JZ1251 .P66 2015Publication: Bristol, UK : E-International Relations Publishing, 2015Description: vi, 180 p.ISBN: 9781910814024; 1910814024.Subject(s): International relations and culture | Popular culture -- Political aspects
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction / Federica Caso and Caitlin Hamilton -- Part one. Popular culture and world politics : in theory and in practice. So, how does popular culture relate to world politics? / Jutta Weldes and Christina Rowley -- Popular culture and political identity / Constance Duncombe and Roland Bleiker -- On Captain America and 'doing' popular culture in the social sciences / Jason Dittmer -- Popular geopolitics and War on Terror / Klaus Dodds -- The hidden politics of militarization and pop culture as political communication / Linda Åhäll -- Part two. Sources and methods of popular culture and world politics. Worlds of our making in science fiction and international relations / Nicholas J. Kiersey and Iver B. Neumann -- Film and world politics / Michael J. Shapiro -- Videogames and IR : playing at method / Nick Robinson -- Military videogames, geopolitics and methods / Daniel Bos -- Collage : an art-inspired methodology for studying laughter in world politics / Saara Särmä -- What does (the study of) world politics sound like? / Matt Davies and M.I. Franklin -- Part three. Teaching popular culture and world politics. Imperial imaginaries : employing science fiction to talk about geopolitics / Robert A. Saunders -- The challenges of teaching popular culture and world politics / Kyle Grayson -- Pedagogy and pop culture : pop culture as teaching tool and assessment practice / William Clapton.
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