Professor Dr. Kostas Gouliamos

Vice-Rector for Research & External Relations / Secretary General of the Cyprus Rector’s Conference / Vice President of the Committee of The Cyprus State Archives / Vice President of the Board of Directors of the "Prometheus" Research Institute / Member to the Steering Committee for Higher Education & Research (CDED) of the Council of Europe/ Strasbourg/France
Department of Management and Marketing
European University Cyprus
E-mail: K.Gouliamos@euc.ac.cy

Fields of interest

Critical studies in: marketing communications; politics; culture; public affairs; media; issue management.

 

Recent publications

Kostas Gouliamos. 2013 (forthcoming chapter):
“From Biodigital Cultures to Biodigital Politics”. In the series “Smart Media and Application Research”
volume edited by Jak Boumans & Peter Bruck. Germany: Springer Gabler 

Kostas Gouliamos and Christos Kassimeris. 2012:
The Marketing of War in the Age of Neo-Militarism.
Routledge Advances in Sociology: New York, NY, USA

Kostas Gouliamos and Marios Vryonides. 2010:
Aspects of Cypriot society – findings from the European Social Survey.
En Typis Publications. Nicosia, Cyprus.

Kostas Gouliamos. 2010:
Guest-Editor for a special issue on “Political Public Opinion Capital: Innovative Approaches”.
Journal of Political Marketing, Vol.9, Issue 1 & 2. USA: Taylor & Francis

Kostas Gouliamos. 2010:
“The Eurasian Strategy of Turkey”.
Monthly Review (Journal). No.61(126)

Kostas Gouliamos and Antonis Theocharous. 2008:
“Harming Democracy in Mediolatry Societies – Decoding the Marketing of War and Animosities through Photo Images”.
Journal of Political Marketing. Vol 7, Numbers 3/4. USA: Haworth Press.

Kostas Gouliamos. 2008:
Guest Editor for a special issue on “The Era of Globalization”.
Hellenic Studies. Vol 16, No1. Canada

Kostas Gouliamos. 2008:
The Biopolitics of totalitarianism – essays on the pathologies of capitalism.
Taxideftis: Athens.

Kostas Gouliamos 2008:
“National Identities and Supranational Elite”.
Chapter in M. Damanakis “Globalization and the Greek Diaspora” (electronic volume). University of Crete/ Greece: EDIAMEP.

William Anselmi and Kostas Gouliamos. 2005:
Happy Slaves – on Multicultural Deficit.
Guernica, Toronto / New York. Canada, USA