Essential of Cultural (literature, Art, Music, customs …) Negotiation as a Resources of Smart and soft Power in Age of Globalization

Mohammad Khosravishakib

Abstract


One imperative form of public negotiation and soft authority is cultural negotiation so that contains of concepts, facts, art and additional facets of culture between people in way to shared understanding. The determination of cultural negotiation is for external country to cultivate a considerate of the population's principles and organizations in determination to shape expansive maintenance for financial and administrative aims. Cultural negotiation could reveal the depth of a public; with the intention of in other opportunity generates encouragement and effects. It can suppose that cultural negotiation flask and does a significant character in accomplishing general security purposes. This cultural diplomacy conventionally has helped to accomplish affairs between positions and other gatherings by instructing and modeling external strategy, so as to eventually organizes and acquires detailed condition and benefits in the global ground. This paper will study the process of cultural cooperation witch has been developed to increase lenient control and take how cultural negotiation has improved to the contemporary world and also encourage greater association within the peoples of other countries.


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Culture, Literature, Negotiation, Soft power

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7575/aiac.ijalel.v.6n.6p.101

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