The Limits of Soft Power
Tomáš Jiránek, Zbyněk Vydra, and Blanka Zubáková, Židovský bojkot nacistického Německa, 1933-1941 (Pardubice: Univerzita Pardubice, 2020)
Keywords:anti-German boycott movements
Boycotts remain an important way for ordinary people to express their opposition to the decisions and policies of businesses and governments. It allows individuals as economic agents, most significantly as consumers, to assert soft power. While the impact of a boycott movement or action might vary, it is a tool within reach of most people. In Židovský bojkot nacistického Německa, 1933–1941 (The Jewish Boycott of Nazi Germany, 1933–1941), the outcome of a multi-year grant-funded project at the University of Pardubice, authors Tomáš Jiránek, Zbyněk Vydra, and Blanka Zubáková explore the global Jewish boycott movement against Germany as a response to Nazi antisemitism between 1933 to 1941.
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