The art and science of communications: From strategic to personal

The following is a list of some of the publications which have informed CB3’s approach to communications:

‘Skyful of Lies’ and Black Swans: the new tyranny of shifing information power in crisis – Gowing, 2009

War 2.0 Irregular Warfare in the Information Age – Rid & Hecker, 2009

Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide – Jenkins, 2006

Marketing Warfare – Ries & Trout, 2006 (20th Anniversary Ed)

Risk Issues and Crisis Management – Regester & Larkin, 2005

Enlisting Madison Avenue: The Marketing Approach to Earning Popular Support in Theaters of Operation – RAND, 2007

The Utility of Force – Smith, 2006

A 21st Century Model for Communication in the Global War of Ideas: From Simplistic Influence to Pragmatic Complexity – Corman, Trethewey & Goodall, 2007

Task Force on Strategic Communication: Report of the Defense Science Board – US DoD, 2008

The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy – Hill, 2005

The New Public Diplomacy – Melissen (Ed), 2005

Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth and Happiness – Thaler & Sunstein, 2008

Strategic Reputation Risk Management – Larkin, 2003

Excellent Public Relations and Effective Organizations – Grunig, Grunig & Dozier, 2002

Toxic Sludge is Good for You – Stauber & Rampton, 1995

Rethinking Public Relations – Moloney, 2006

Integrating Instruments of Power and Influence in National Security: Starting the Dialogue – RAND, 2006

Human Terrain Team Handbook – Human Terrain System, 2008

Changing the Army for Counter Insurgency Operations – Alwyn-Foster, Military Review, Nov-DEc 2005

Public Diplomacy – Leonard, Foreign Policy Centre, 2002

Discourse Norms in Public Diplomacy: Necessary and Artificial Faultlines – Gregory, George Washington University, 2006

Shifting Fire: Information Effects in Counterinsurgency and Stability Operations – Collings & Rohozinski, US Army War College, 2006

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