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Diasporas and Diplomacy
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Acknowledgements. List of Contributors. Introduction: Diasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitan Contact Zones at the Bbc World Service 1932-2012 by Marie Gillespie and Alban Webb Part I: National Interests with a Global Reach: Projection, Persuasion and Intonation 1. `It Is a Real Joy to Get Listening of Any Kind from the Homeland': BBC Radio and British Diasporic Audiences in the 1930s by Emma Robertson 2. The Colonization of the BBC: Diasporic Britons At The BBC External Services, c.1932-1956 by Simon J. Potter 3. `Frau Wernicke' at the BBC: Wartime Satire and Propaganda by Rhys W. Williams 4. Les Francais Parlent Aux Francais: Voices from London on the Persecution of the Jews by Renee Poznanski 5. The BBC Polish Section and the Reporting of Polish Solidarity, 1980-83 by Alban Webb Part II: Cultures of Diplomacy in the Post-War Middle East and Asia 6. The BBC Arabic Service's Dilemmatic Triangle: Competing Elites, Conflicting Priorities, Contested Media Strategies by Ramy Aly and Gerd Baumann 7. The BBC World Service - From Wartime Propaganda to Public Diplomacy: The Case of Iran by Annabelle Sreberny and Massoumeh Torfeh 8. The BBC in South Asia: From the End of Empire to the Cold War by Alasdair Pinkerton 9. Language, Nationhood and Diaspora at the BBC Urdu Service 1940-2010 by David Page 10. Diaspora Calling the Homeland? The BBC Persian Service, Cosmopolitanism and Music Listening in Iran by Jason Toynbee and Leili Sreberny Mohammadi Part III: Corporate Cosmopolitanism and the Global Conversation 11. Communication for Development and Public Diplomacy: Insights from an Afghan Radio Drama by Andrew Skuse 12. What Kind of Global Conversation? Participation, Democratic Deepening and Public Diplomacy through BBC World Service Online Forums: An Examination of Mediated Global Talk about Religion and Politics by David Herbert and Tracey Black 13. Discussions on BBC Chinese Have Your Say Forums: National Identity and International Broadcasting in the Interactive Media Era by Jingrong Tong and Hugh Mackay

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Marie Gillespie is Professor of Sociology at The Open University and Co-Director of the Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change. Alban Webb is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC) at The Open University.

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