As an example of what I'm talking about, here's what's happening in Myanmar:
Since some professors in our medical universities did not join the civil disobedience movement, surgeons, dentists and doctors posted on Facebook that they will not buy medical equipment and materials from sellers (shops) who sell to all those (professors) who do not join the civil disobedience movement.
People in Myanmar no longer support or buy products from commercial enterprises related to or owned by military families.
Looking at these two cases, what kind of "power" are these kinds of things an example of?
Hard Power is defined as:
Hard power is the use of military and economic means to influence the behavior or interests of other political bodies
So, since this is a kind of economic pressure, can I say that hurting businesses or boycotting is hard power? Or is it better described as soft power? Why?