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CHAPTERS IN HANDBOOKS AND TEXTBOOKS

M. Topić (2022). Gender in Strategic Communication: Feminization, Stereotypes and a Search towards Excellence. In – Falkheimer, J., & Heide, M. (eds), Research Handbook of Strategic Communication. London: Edward Elgar Publishing.

M. Topić (2021). Public relations theories: Communication, Relationships and Persuasion. In – Tench, R., & Waddington, S. (eds) Exploring Public Relations, 5th edition.

M. Topić; M. Polić (2021). Fashion Public Relations. In – Tench, R., & Waddington, S. (eds) Exploring Public Relations, 5th edition.

M. Topić (2017). Public Relations Theories: An Overview. In – Tench, R., & Yeomans, L. (eds.) Exploring Public Relations: Global Strategic Communication, 4th edition. Longman: Pearson.

CHAPTERS IN EDITED BOOKS (invited)

M. Topić, I. Kostopoulos (submitted). The Environmental Cost of Vanity: An Ecofeminist Analysis of the Beauty Industry, the Consumer Behaviour and Environmental Attitudes. In – M. Geiger Zeman, M. Chmiel, & M. Holy (eds), Beauty Labour: Gender, Industry and the Everyday Life. Bingley: Emerald.

M. Topić, M.Chmiel (submitted). Networking, Women, Freelancing, and Work-Life Satisfaction among UK Mass Communication Professionals. In – Anton, A., & Moise, R. (eds), Gender and Freelancing in the Communication Industries. Experiences, practices, discourses. Bingley: Emerald.

M. Geiger Zeman, G.-M. Miletić, M. Topić (forthcoming in 2024). Wellbeing and gender differences in PR and Communication sector in Croatia: Descriptive analysis of interpersonal relationships, work-life (in)balance and experiences of discrimination. In – Holy, M., Medić, R., Budak. J. (eds). Creativity 360°: Exploring Creative Everyday Dynamics in Southeast Europe and Beyond. Bingley: Emerald.

R.Tench, M. Topić (forthcoming in 2024). Education Agent. Navigating UN Sustainability Goals with Strategic Communication and Corporate Responsibility in an Evolving Media Landscape. In – Romenti, S. (ed), Strategic Communication. Milan: Bocconi University Press.

M. Topić (2024). Foreword to the book: Why Do We Need Ecofeminism? In – Djurdjevic, G., & Marjanic. S. (eds), Ecofeminism on the Edge: Theory and Practice. Bingley: Emerald.

M. Topić, R. Tench (2020). Women in Public Relations: A Thematic Analysis of ECM Data (2009-2019). In – Theofilou, A. (ed), Women in Public Relations History. London: Routledge.

M. Topić (2020). Ekofeministička analiza vrijednosti i filozofija globalnih eko-selâ: Jesu li žene sklonije kolektivizmu i anti-hijerarhiji nego muškaraci? (An Ecofeminist Analysis of Values and Philosophies of Global Eco-villages: Are Women More Inclined towards Collectivism and anti-hierarchy than men?). In – Ekofeminizam: Od zelenih do ženskih studija (Ecofeminism: From Green to Women’s Studies), Đurđević, G., & Marjanić, S. (eds). Zagreb: Durieux (In Croatian).

R. Tench, M. Topić (2018). Strategic Competencies. In – Heath R.L., & Johansen, W. (eds). Encyclopedia of Strategic Communication, 3 Volume Set.  W. N.Y.: Wiley-Blackwell. 

S.Sremac; Z. Popov-Momčilović; M. Topić; M. Jovanović (2015). For the Sake of the Nations: Media, Homosexuality and Religio- Sexual Nationalisms in the Post-Yugoslav Space. In – S. Sremac, & R. R. Gazenvoort (eds.), Religious and Sexual Nationalisms in Central and Eastern Europe: Gods, Gays and Governments. Leiden: Brill.

M. Topić (2013). European Identity and the Far Right in Central Europe: A New Emerging Concept or a New European ‘Other’? In – Radeljić, B. (ed.), Debating European Identity: Bright Ideas, Dim Prospects. Oxford: Peter Lang.

M. Topić (2012). Deconstruction of the Religious Narrative: Antemurale Christianitatis and the Construction of Difference. In – Knežević, N., & Sremac, S. (eds.), Demitologizacija religijskih narativa na Balkanu:Uloga Religija u (post) konfliktnom društvu i pomirenju. Novi Sad: Centre for research of religion, politics and society.

M. Topić (2011). Nation Formation and Europeanization as a Conflict of Tradition and Modernization: Croatia’s Case Revisited. In – Ichijo, A. (ed.), Europe, Nations and Modernity. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

M. Topić (2010). Europeanization vs. Balkanization: Modernization and Identity Fragmentation in Croatia. In – Božić, M.; Golubović, S. (eds.), Balkan u procesu Evrointegracije: Unutarregionalni odnosi. Niš: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Center for Sociological Research.

CHAPTERS IN EDITED BOOKS

M. Topić, M. Geiger Zeman, G. Round (submitted). “They don’t promote it, in the capitalist society that promotes the meat industry” – Echo Chambers and Media Mistrust among Women Vegans in the UK and Croatia: A Contribution to the Debate on the Social Responsibility of the Media. In – Todorović, M., & Idowu, S. (eds), Sustainability and CSR in the Media. London: Springer.

M. Topić (submitted). ‘The British public is not to be sneezed at’ – The Role of Social Class and Campaign Colours in the UK’s ‘Coughs and Sneezes’ Public Health Behavioural Change Campaign (1931-1960). In – A. Theofilou, & M. Topić (eds), Histories of Political Public Relations: From Propaganda to Public Health. London: Routledge (forthcoming in 2024).

M. Topić (2023). Introduction: An Ecofeminist Perspective on Women and the Media in Capitalism and Socialism. In Topić, M (ed), Women and the Media in Capitalism and Socialism: An Ecofeminist Inquiry. London: Intellect.

M. Topić (2022). Introduction: Is it a One Big Habitus? In – M. Topić (ed), Towards a new understanding of masculine habitus and women and leadership in public relations industry. London: Routledge.

M. Topić (2022). “… I have found with women I have had some really good female bosses, but a lot of them can get quite bitchy…” Leadership Styles, Socialisation and Blokishness in Public Relations Industry in England. In – M. Topić (ed), Towards a new understanding of masculine habitus and women and leadership in public relations industry. London: Routledge.

M. Topić, G. Lodorfos (2021). Introduction. In – Topić, M., & Lodorfos, G. (eds), The Sustainability Debate: Policies, Gender and the Media. Bingley: Emerald.

R. Tench, M. Topić (2017). Evaluating CSR, Sustainability and Sourcing within the UK Supermarket Industry: The Case of Waitrose/John Lewis Partnership. In – Eweje, G., & Bathurst, R. (eds.), CSR, Sustainability and Leadership. London: Routledge.

M. Topić (2014). Taste, Kitsch and the Geek rock: A Multiple Modernities view. In – Willis, V., & DiBlasi, A. (eds.), Guitars and Geeks: An Exploration of the Music and Culture of Geek Rock. New York: Scarecrow Press, Rowman & Littlefield Group.

M. Topić (2015). Holocaust Denial in Croatian Catholic Church. In – B. Radeljić, & M. Topić (eds.), Religion in the Post-Yugoslav Context. New York: Lexington (Rowman and Littlefield Group).

M. Topić (2014). From Haskalah toward Re-Interpretation of Tradition: A Crisis in American Reform Judaism in the 21st Century. In – Ganiel. G.; Winkel, H., & Monnot, C. (eds.), Religion in Times of Crisis, Association for the Sociology of Religion: Social Order’s book series. Leiden: Brill.

M. Topić; S. Sremac (2014). Introduction: Europe as a Multiple Modernity. In – Topić, M.; Sremac, S. (eds.), Europe as a Multiple Modernity: Multiplicity of Religious Identities and Belonging. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

S. Sremac; M. Topić (2014). Concluding Remarks: Are Contested Identities in the Public Sphere Sacred of Secular? In – Topić, M., & Sremac, S. (eds.), Europe as a Multiple Modernity: Multiplicity of Religious Identities and Belonging. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

M. Topić (2014). A European Intifada? On the New form of an Old European Anti-Semitism in the New Millennium. In – Topić, M., & Sremac, S. (eds.), Europe as a Multiple Modernity: Multiplicity of Religious Identities and Belonging. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

M. Topić; C. Sciortino (2012). Cultural Diplomacy and Cultural Imperialism: A Framework for the Analysis. In – Topić, M., & Rodin, S. (eds), Cultural diplomacy and Cultural imperialism: European perspective(s). Frankfurt a. M: Peter Lang.

M. Topić (2012). Culture and Identity as Tools for Forging Europeanization. In – Topić, M.; Rodin, S. (eds), Cultural diplomacy and Cultural imperialism: European perspective(s). Frankfurt a. M: Peter Lang.