TOC: Pub Relations Rev


Public Relations Review, 34(1)

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Public Relations Review 

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Sea change: Santa Barbara and the eruption of corporate social responsibility
Robert E. Brown [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Narrating the organizational self: Reframing the role of the news release
Dawn R. Gilpin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Creating the cult of a saint: Communication strategies in 10th century England
Tom Watson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Using dialogue to build organization–public relationships, engage publics, and positively affect organizational outcomes
Stephen D. Bruning, Melissa Dials and Amanda Shirka [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Critical analysis of blogging in public relations
Michael L. Kent [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The elephant in the room is awake and takes things personally: The North Korean nuclear threat and the general public’s estimation of American diplomacy
Sungwook Hwang and Glen T. Cameron [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Corporate social responsibility attribute rankings
Amy O’Connor and Mark Meister [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Effects of government public relations on international news coverage
Ji Young Kim and Sung-Un Yang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How cultural difference affects international tourism public relations websites: A comparative analysis using Hofstede’s cultural dimensions
Doo Syen Kang and Teresa Mastin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Applying anticipatory and relational perspectives to the Nigerian delta region oil crisis
Bolanle A. Olaniran and David E. Williams [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Four publics of anti-bioterrorism information campaigns: A test of the situational theory
Suman Lee and Lulu Rodriguez [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Propaganda or public relations campaign? International communication on the war against Iraq
Samsup Jo, Sung Wook Shim and Jaemin Jung [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Typology and dimensionality of litigation public relations strategies: The Hewlett-Packard board pretexting scandal case
Yan Jin and Christopher J. Kelsay [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Public’s expectation about an organization’s stance in crisis communication based on perceived leadership and perceived severity of threats
Sungwook Hwang and Glen T. Cameron [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How organizations want to be viewed: Public relations photographs in online wire services
Samsup Jo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Experience of female public relations practitioners in Bahrain?
Layla AlSaqer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Internet presence and historically black colleges and universities: Protecting their images on the World Wide Web??
Brigitta R. Brunner and Lori Boyer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Reviews

J. L’Etang and M. Pieczka, Editors, Public Relations: Critical Debates and Contemporary Practices, Erlbaum (2006) 442 pp., $49.95.
Claire Badaracco [Publisher]

D.W. Guth and C. Marsh, Public Relations: A Values-Driven Approach (3rd edition), Pearson Education Inc., Boston (2007) $68, Paper 650 + xix pp..
Michael L. Kent [Publisher]