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A practitioner’s viewpoint in integrated Place Branding: four principles and some thoughts

by Ares Kalandides This is my latest article for the Tafter Journal. Here I take the viewpoint of a practitioner and discuss Place Branding  in day-to-day work to extract a series of principles that can serve as reflection. You can read … Continue reading

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Guest article: Ethics of Place Making and Altering (a.k.a. Place branding)

Last year, the Journal of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy published a special issue on ethics of place branding, and I had the opportunity to put my two cents in with my article “Thinking about Place Branding: Ethics of Concept”. With recent encouragements from several colleagues, and the Turkish government’s most recent attempts to redesign national commemoration day celebrations, I decided to revisit some of the main arguments I made in the paper. Continue reading

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