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The following is a sample of my scholarly chapters and articles.  Full text versions of my work are here.I have published hundreds of articles in popular print and online media. Contact me for a complete list of publications.  (persuaderinchief@gmail.com)

  • Japan’s Global Information War: Propaganda, Free Speech and Opinion Control Since 3/11. In Press Freedom in Contemporary Japan. Jeff Kingston (Ed.). New York and London: Routledge, 2017.
  • Public Diplomacy in a National Security Context. In The Routledge Handbook of Security Studies. Thierry Balzacq and Myriam Dunn Cavelty (Eds.) Second edition. New York and London: Routledge, 2017.
  • Deconstructing Japan’s Public Relations. In The Routledge Handbook of Critical Public Relations. Jacquie L’Etang, David McKie, Nancy Snow, and Jordi Xifra (Eds.) New York and London: Routledge, 2015.
  • Pervasive Propaganda in America. In Propaganda and American Democracy. Nancy Snow (Ed.) Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 2014.
  • Brand Obama: The rise and decline of an American icon, and its effect on Brand USA. In Nation Branding: Concepts, Issues, Practice. Keith Dinnie (Ed.) New York and London: Routledge, 2015.
  • Public Diplomacy and Public Relations: Will the Twain Ever Meet? In International Public Relations and Public Diplomacy: Communication and Engagement. Guy J. Golan, Sung-Un Yang and Dennis F. Kinsey (Eds.) New York: Peter Lang, 2015.
  • Public Diplomacy: New Dimensions and Implications. In Global Communication: Theories, Stakeholders and Trends. Thomas L. McPhail.  London: Blackwell Publishing, 2013.  4th Edition.
  • 9/11 and the Advent of Total Diplomacy: Strategic Communication as a Primary Weapon of War. Jérôme Gygax and Nancy Snow, Journal of 9/11 Studies, July 2013.
  • Truth is the Best Propaganda: Edward R. Murrow and the United States Information Agency under JFK. Waseda University Intelligence No. 9, March 2013. (Japanese language)
  • The Revival of the Propaganda State: US Propaganda at Home and Abroad since 9/11. Nancy Snow and Philip M. Taylor in International Communication.  Daya K. Thussu (Ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2012.
  • Remembering Rosa Parks, (Nancy Snow, Huffington Post). Reproduced by permission of the author in Perspectives on Modern World History: The Montgomery Bus Boycott. Jeff Hay (Ed.) San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2011.
  • Exchange Power. Feature article for special issue on international exchanges and public diplomacy, PDiN Monitor, an electronic review and analysis of current public diplomacy in the news edited and published by the USC Center on Public Diplomacy. September 2010.
  • Internet. In Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa: An Encyclopedia. Volume 3, Cultural Sociology of East Asia and Southeast Asia.  Edited by Orlando Patterson, Harvard University.  Thousands Oaks, California: SAGE Reference 2012.
  • Nixon in China.  In Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa: An Encyclopedia. Volume 3, Cultural Sociology of East Asia and Southeast Asia.  Edited by Orlando Patterson, Harvard University.  Thousands Oaks, California: SAGE Reference 2012.
  • Alhurra to Al Youm: The Maturation of U.S. Television Broadcasting in the Middle East. Henry Luce Foundation case study for The Religion, Media and International Affairs (RMIA) Project.  Maxwell School, Syracuse University, January 2010. http://sites.maxwell.syr.edu/luce/snow.html
  • What’s That Chirping I Hear? From the CNN Effect to the Twitter Effect. In Media, Power and Politics in the Digital Age: The 2009 Presidential Election Uprising in Iran.  Yahya Kamalipour (Ed.) Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2010.
  • My Fellow Blogging Americans: Weblogs and the Race for the White House. In Communicator-in-Chief: A Look at How Barack Obama used New Media Technology to Win the White House.  John Hendricks (Ed.)  Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2010.
  • The Resurgence of U.S. Public Diplomacy after 9/11.  In The Impact of 9/11 on the Media, Arts, and Entertainment. The Day that Changed Everything? Volume 4.  An Interdisciplinary Series of Volumes on the Impact of 9/11.  Matthew J. Morgan (Ed.) New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
  • Invisible Ink: Women and Global Communications. In Roadblocks to Equality: Women Challenging Boundaries, Jeffrey Klaehn (Ed.) Montreal, Canada: Black Rose Books, 2009.
  • Public Diplomacy in the Age of Obama. Kulturaustausch, Germany’s leading professional journal for cultural exchange and international relations. July 1, 2009. http://www.ifa.de/en/pub/kulturaustausch/themes/good-morning-america/theme-good-morning-america/no-longer-arrogant/type/98/
  • Review, Hollywood’s Cold War by Tony Shaw and War Cinema: Hollywood on the Front Line by Guy Westwell, Media, War and Conflict, Sage quarterly journal, April 2009.
  • The American Way of Life,” online-dossier published on the website of the Bundeszentrale fuer politische Bildung, Germany’s Federal Agency for Civic Education.  One of 30 vignettes that offer an overview of US history, politics, economics and culture.  (www.bpb.de)
  • Review, Selling War to America: From the Spanish American War to the Global War on Terror by Eugene Secunda and Terence P. Moran, The International History Review, Volume XXXI, No. 2, June 2009.
  • International Exchanges and the U.S. Image. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 616, No. 1, March 2008, 198-222.
  • US Propaganda. In American Thought and Culture in the Twenty-First Century. Martin Halliwell and Catherine Morley (Eds.) Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, 2008.
  • Media and the Politics of Fear. Media Development, Volume 3, 2007.  An internationally recognized quarterly journal of the World Association for Christian Communication.
  • American Media and Propaganda in an Age of Terror. In Terrorism, Media, Society. Tomasz Pludowski (Ed.) Warsaw and Torun, Poland: Collegium Civitas Press and Adam Marszalek, 2006.
  • Propaganda, Lies, and Patriotic Journalism. In Impeach the President: The Case Against Bush and Cheney. Dennis Loo and Peter Phillips (Eds.) New York: Seven Stories Press, 2006.
  • Terrorism, Public Relations and Propaganda. In Media, Terrorism, and Theory: A Reader. Anandam P. Kavoori and Todd Fraley (Eds.)  Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006.
  • U.S. Public Diplomacy. In Readings in Propaganda and Persuasion: New and Classic Essays. Garth Jowett and Victoria O’Donnell (Eds.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2006.
  • Anti-Americanism and the Rise of Civic Diplomacy. Silver City, NM and Washington, DC: Foreign Policy in Focus, December 13, 2006.
  • The Revival of the Propaganda State: U.S. Propaganda at Home and Abroad since 9/11.  Nancy Snow and Philip M. Taylor, International Communication Gazette, Volume 68, Nos. 5-6, November 2006.
  • Truth and Information Consequences since 9/11. Peace Review, Volume 17, No. 1, March 2005.
  • Consecuencias del 11-S en la informacion en Eastados Unidos. In Estrategias de la desinformacion. Miguel Catalan Gonzalez and Luis Veres Cortes (Eds.) Valencia, Spain: Colleccio Minor, 2004.
  • From Bombs and Bullets to Hearts and Minds: U.S. Public Diplomacy in an Age of Propaganda. In War, Media and Propaganda: A Global Perspective. Yahya R. Kamalipour and Nancy Snow (Eds.) Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2004.
  • Confessions of a Hollywood Propagandist: Harry Warner, FDR, and Celluloid Persuasion. In Warners’ War: Propaganda, Politics and Pop Culture in Wartime Hollywood. Martin Kaplan and Johanna Blakley (Eds.) Los Angeles: Norman Lear Center Press, 2004.
  • Review essay, The Problem of the Media: U.S. Communication Politics in the 21st Century by Robert M. McChesney, Peace Review, Volume 16, No. 3, September 2004.
  • Review essay, Inventing Public Diplomacy: The Story of the U.S. Information Agency by Wilson P. Dizard, Jr., History: Reviews of New Books.  September 2004.
  • U.S. Public Diplomacy: A Tale of Two Who Jumped Ship at State. Special report for Foreign Policy in Focus, June 1, 2004.  Republished in Asia Times.
  • The real ‘Scary Movie’ Won’t Be on Elm Street this summer. Foreign Policy in Focus, May 27, 2004.
  • Media Strategies for Social Change. In Representing Resistance: Media, Civil Disobedience, and the Global Justice Movement. Andy Opel and Donnalyn Pomper (Eds.) Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2003.
  • Brainscrubbing: The Failures of U.S. Public Diplomacy After 9/11. In Tell Me Lies: Propaganda & Media Distortion in the Attack on Iraq. David Miller (Ed.) London: Pluto Press, 2003.
  • Editor, Global Media Journal, Fall 2003.
  • Reprint of “Common Sense: Drifting on a Vapor Trail of a Phantom Public,” originally published in Adbusters magazine March/April 2002.  Reprint published in The Politics of Liberation, by Kendall-Hunt publishing, 2003, for course taught by Nicky Gonzalez Yuen, De Anza Community College.
  • The Social Implications of Media Globalization. In Media, Sex, Violence and Drugs in the Global Village. Yahya R. Kamalipour and Kuldip R. Rampal (Eds.) Rowman & Littlefield, 2001.