Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

Deconstructing Iranian Speech: A Strategic Culture Analysis

Within a strategic culture framework, the authors use an original data set to measure the extent to which Iranian cultural elements inform Iranian policymakers' perceptions of the United States. The report includes information on data collection and coding, three types of analyses used, and implications of the authors' findings for American policymakers.

Additional Info

  • Volume or issue no.: Public Affairs Workshop, International Issues, Public Affairs 860, taught by Melanie Manion in Spring 2008
  • Author(s): Mikaela DeGroot, Eliot Elzinga, Todd Kowalewski, Katie Miskell, Corey Palmer-Rehorst, and Patti Reis
  • Client Name: a select group of U.S. government agencies interested in developments in the Middle East