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Public Relations

Public Relations Strategies and Tactics Tenth Edition Dennis L. Wilcox Glen T. Cameron This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law: •any public performance or display, including transmission of any image over a network; •preparation of any derivative work, including the extraction, in whole or in part, of any images; •any rental, lease, or lending of the program. Copyright © 2012, 2009, 2007 Pearson Education, Inc...

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Public Relations

Public Relations Lecture Notes Public Relations as a Management Tool: Research and Evaluation The four–step process includes: 1) defining the problem or opportunity, 2) planning and programming, 3) taking action and communicating, and 4) evaluating the program. Research, Planning, Communication, and Evaluation are the four steps in the process. Research is the systematic gathering of information to describe and understand situations and to check out assumptions about publics and public relations...

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Public Relation

responsible party, and officials have committed to holding the company accountable for all cleanup costs and other damage.[20] After its own internal probe, BP admitted that it made mistakes which led to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.[21] BP public relations Initially BP downplayed the incident; CEO Tony Hayward called the amount of oil and dispersant "relatively tiny" in comparison with the "very big ocean."[25] Hayward also initially stated that the environmental impact of the Gulf spill would...

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The History of Public Relations

The History of Public Relations The act of public relations dates back to 52 B.C.E. in ancient Rome and continues on today all around the world. Public relations is defined as the controlling factor that searches to form and maintain relationships between organizations, profit or non-profit and the public that are beneficial for both parties (Bates). The age of public relations as a profession evolved in the 20th Century, mainly in the United States, but its foundation can...

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Definition of Public Relations

Definition of Public Relations Public relations, what exactly does that mean? The term public relations seems straight forward, however, it has many different definitions. People see the term in different ways. Public relations is a very common term that is used in many different fields. Due to the different uses of public relations, there are many different definitions. Three definitions for public relations will be given to give a better understanding of the term. A personal definition of public relations...

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Public Relations Interview

Public Relations Interview University of Phoenix Marketing for Health Care HCS 539 Public Relations Interview Kaiser Permanente is an integrated managed care consortium based located in Oakland, California. Kaiser Permanente evolved from industrial health care programs for construction, shipyard, and steel mill workers for the Kaiser industrial companies during the late 1930s and 1940s ("Kaiser Permanente," 2013, para. 1). Kaiser Permanente is consists of three distinct entities...

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What is Public Relations?

There is a plethora of definitions when it comes to describing public relations. According to www.prsa.org,Public relations is a strategic communication process that builds mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their publics.” Public relations deals with planning. Planning for the promotion of goods, services and the images of organizations in the eyes of the public. Public relations professionals work to build long-term relationships among individuals and institutions...

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Social Media in Public Relations

The New Role of Social Media in Public Relations Brooke Tabaka Kent State University In today’s world, social media is becoming an increasingly important part of any business’s platform. Whether it is blogging, Facebook, or Twitter, many companies are starting to realize the importance and the advantages of these various tools. However, social media is becoming particularly important in Public Relations. A recent survey found that 35 percent of public relations professionals are spending at least...

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Evolution of Public Relations

1.1 Describe the evolution of PR from its inception to today. Public relations can represent the needs, interests and desires of the organizations various publics/stakeholders to management and then back from management to them, explaining the management’s perspectives. It opens a dialogue between an organization and the publics it affects. The study of public relations has generally been led by the United States and can be viewed through five states: The beginning of PR (1600-1799), Communicating/Initiating...

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Research and Public Relations

fundamental to the public relations process? Give examples of different research techniques which may be applied to obtain a variety of information in public relations planning. Research is a fundamental part of the public relations process, and can be undertaken at any or all stages of the public relations process depending on the questions asked and the answers to be obtained (Johnston and Zawawi, 2004). It has been indicated by James Grunig in Macnamara’s Research in Public Relations: A review of...

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