CHAPTERS IN HANDBOOKS AND TEXTBOOKS
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 VOLUMES
M. Topić (2022, forthcoming). Introduction: Is it a One Big Habitus? In – M. Topić (ed), Women and Leadership in Public Relations: International Perspective. London: Routledge.
M. Topić (2022, forthcoming). “… 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), Women and Leadership in Public Relations: International Perspective. London: Routledge.
M. Topić (2021, forthcoming). 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, G. Lodorfos (2021). Introduction. In – Topić, M., & Lodorfos, G. (eds), The Sustainability Debate: Policies, Gender and the Media. Bingley: Emerald. Available for free download from this link: https://books.emeraldinsight.com/page/detail/The-Sustainability-Debate/?k=9781800437791
M. Topić, R. Tench (2020). Women in Public Relations: A Thematic Analysis
of ECM Data (2009-2019). In – Theofilou, A. (ed), Women in PR 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:Između zelenih i ženskih studija, Đurđević, G., & Marjanić, S. (eds). Zagreb: Durieux. (In Croatian)
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., & Brathurst, R. (eds). CSR: Sustainability, and Leadership. London: Routledge.
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 (2015). Holocaust Denial in Croatian Catholic Church. In B. Radeljić; M. Topić (eds.) Religion in the Post-Yugoslav Context. N. Y.: Lexington (Rowman and Littlefield Group).
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 (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 (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; C. Sciortino (2012). Cultural Diplomacy and Cultural Imperialism: A Framework for the Analysis. Introduction study in – Topić, M.; Rodin, S. (eds). Cultural diplomacy and Cultural imperialism: European perspective(s). Frankfurt a. M: Peter Lang. Download chapter here: Cultural_diplomacy_and_Cultural_Imperial (4)
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.
M. Topić (2012). Deconstruction of the Religious Narrative: Antemurale Christianitatis and the Construction of Difference. In – Knežević, N.; Sremac, S. (ed.) 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.