Projecting Soft Power Through English Language Training

Molloy, Thomas
March 2006
DISAM Journal of International Security Assistance Management;Spring2006, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p110
Academic Journal
The article speculates on the potentiality of Soft Power in English Language Training (ELT) in the U.S. According to the book "Soft Power," by Joseph Nye Jr., Soft Power is defined as the ability to get what a person wants through attraction rather than coercion or payments. The establishment of ELT programs may be aborted if professional help was failed to acquire and relied on Unpaid Volunteers.


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