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- Cities, Museums, and Soft Power
- Cities, Museums and Soft Power
- Review of "Cities, Museums and Soft Power," by Gail Lord and Ngaire Blankenberg
Cities, Museums, and Soft Power
Add to GoodReads. Cities, Museums and Soft Power. Museum planners Gail Lord and Ngaire Blankenberg demonstrate how museums and cities are using their soft power to address some of the most important issues of our time. Soft power is the exercise of influence through attraction, persuasion, and agenda-setting rather than military or economic coercion. Thirteen of the world's leading museum and cultural experts from six continents explore the many facets of soft power in cities and museums to include: how it amplifies civic discourse, accelerates cultural change, and contributes to contextual intelligence among the great diversity of city dwellers, visitors, and policy makers. The authors urge city governments to embrace museums which so often are the signifiers of their cities, increasing real estate values while attracting investment, tourists, and creative workers. Lord and Blankenberg propose 32 practical strategies for museums and cities to activate their soft power and create thriving and sustainable communities.
Cities, Museums and Soft Power
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Review of "Cities, Museums and Soft Power," by Gail Lord and Ngaire Blankenberg
Accueil Contact. Download ebook Cities, Museums and Soft Power in FB2, TXT 22 Avril English X "Soft power" emerged as a concept in the late twentieth century to describe international relations based not on military or economic strength, but on influence. While the resources of "hard power" are tangible--force and finance--soft power resources include ideas, knowledge, values, and culture, as well as the ability to persuade.
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