Nation Branding: The Re-foundation of Community, Citizenship and the State in the Context of Neoliberalism in Perú

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Veröffentlicht Mär 20, 2017
Gisela K. Cánepa

Abstract

Nation branding plays a central role within neoliberal governmentality, operating as a technology of power in the configuration of emerging cultural and political formations such as national identity, citizenship and the state. The discussion of the advertising spot Perú, Nebraska  released as part of the Nation Branding campaign Marca Perú  in May of 2011, constitutes a great opportunity to: (i) argue about the way in which audiovisual advertisement products, designed as performative devises, operate as technologies of power; and (ii) problematize the terms in which it founds a new social contract for the Peruvian multicultural national community. This analysis will allow me to approach neoliberalism as a cultural regime in order to discuss the ideological nature of the uncontested celebratory discourse that has emerged in Perú and which explains the economic growth of the last decades as the outcome of a national entrepreneurial spirit that would be distinctive of Peruvian cultural identity.

Zitationsvorschlag

Cánepa, Gisela. 2017. Nation Branding:. MedienJournal 37 (3), 7-18. https://doi.org/10.24989/medienjournal.v37i3.116.
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