World Opinion and the Emerging International Order

ISBN-10: 0275954498
ISBN-13: 9780275954499
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Book details

List price: $84.00
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 11/30/1998
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 208
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Using newspaper content analyses, survey research data, documentary evidence, and comparative theory, this book examines the meaning, influence, and structure of world opinion in the emerging international order. It begins by analyzing the construction of individual identity in the presence of "the Other" and then describes the influence of opinion processes upon this construction at all levels, including familial, religious, national, and ethnic. Subsequent chapters deal with the effects of a global public on the construction of individual identity and the role of world opinion in this process; the definition of world opinion and its component parts; the effects of world opinion on nations' behavior in times of crisis; the role world opinion plays in the construction of national identity and the manner in which this prompts a resurgence of nationalism in the post-Cold War era; the relationship between world opinion and the global market; the search for an "attentive public" to link elites and mass publics in world opinion; and the appearance of an "imagined international community" in the post-Cold War era based around the concept of world opinion. The final chapter discusses the effects of world opinion on our vision of history and evaluates the significance of the nation-state in an international environment increasingly governed by global forces and world public opinion. A major study for researchers, scholars, and students involved with international relations, public opinion, and international communications.

Series Foreword
Introduction Toward a Notion of "World Opinion"
World Opinion During Times of Crisis
National Consciousness, International Image, and the Construction of Identity
World Opinion and the Global Market
Does an "Attentive Public" Exist for World Opinion?
"Imagined Communities" in the Cold War and Post-Cold War Eras
Conclusion
Definition of Terms
Notes Toward the Measure of World Opinion
References
Index

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