TOC: Pub Relations Rev


Public Relations Review, 33(3)

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Public Relations Review 

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September, 2007

How public relations works: Theoretical roots and public relations perspectives
Øyvind Ihlen and Betteke van Ruler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

On Jürgen Habermas and public relations
Roland Burkart [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Niklas Luhmann: Contingency, risk, trust and reflection
Susanne Holmström [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A toolbox for public relations: The oeuvre of Michel Foucault
Judy Motion and Shirley Leitch [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Building on Bourdieu: A sociological grasp of public relations
Øyvind Ihlen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Goffman’s sociology: An inspiring resource for developing public relations theory
Catrin Johansson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The re-enchantment of social institutions: Max Weber and public relations
Arild Wæraas [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Anthony Giddens and public relations: A third way perspective
Jesper Falkheimer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Applying sociology to public relations: A commentary
Günter Bentele and Stefan Wehmeier [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Heading: Full Length Articles

Positioning and role of public relations in large Belgian organizations
Baldwin Van Gorp and Luc Pauwels [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Professionalism in Indian public relations and corporate communications: An empirical analysis
Seema Gupta [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Remembering disaster: Since the media do, so must public relations
Jeffrey L. Courtright and Gerald Z. Slaughter [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How Mosaic-Esterhazy applied a crisis communication strategy when it suddenly had the world’s attention
Greg Elliott and Sylvain Charlebois [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Research in Brief

Chemical risk communication through the Internet in Spain
Paul Capriotti [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Communicating with Hispanics about crises: How counties produce and provide Spanish-language disaster information
Brooke Fisher Liu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Getting ready for crises: Strategic excellence
Jaesub Lee, Jennifer H. Woeste and Robert L. Heath [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mayhem in the Magic City: Rebuilding legitimacy in a communication train wreck?
Shari Veil [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Communicating during crisis: Use of blogs as a relationship management tool?
Kaye D. Sweetser and Emily Metzgar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The importance of appearing competent: An analysis of corporate impression management strategies on the World Wide Web
Colleen Connolly-Ahern and S. Camille Broadway [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Effects of online news forum on corporate reputation
Namkee Park and Kwan Min Lee [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Reviews

Public relations for social good? Life, death, and other consuming matters
David McKie [Publisher]

R.L. Heath and W.T. Coombs, Today’s Public Relations: An Introduction, Pine Forge Press, Thousand Oaks, CA (2006) 539 pp., paper, $89.95.
Robert E. Brown [Publisher]

E.L. Toth, Editor, The Future of Excellence in Public Relations and Communication Management, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ (2007) 629 pp., paper, $64.50.
Kevin Moloney [Publisher]

Too Many Geese; Too Few Swans: PR Sovereignty Held Hostage By ‘Communications’ John F. Budd, Jr. White Paper. Commissioned by Indiana Public Relations Conference, March 23–24, 2006 (2007). 32 pp.+3 pp. appendix, paper.
Robert E. Brown [Publisher]