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Handbook of Public Relations / Edition 1

Handbook of Public Relations / Edition 1

by Robert L. Heath
     
 

ISBN-10: 1412909546

ISBN-13: 9781412909549

Pub. Date: 08/28/2000

Publisher: SAGE Publications

The Handbook of Public Relations offers a comprehensive and detailed examination of the field. It gives scholars, practitioners, and students a solid review of the status of the scholarly literature, stressing the role that public relations can play in building relationship between organizations, markets, audiences, and publics.

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The Handbook of Public Relations offers a comprehensive and detailed examination of the field. It gives scholars, practitioners, and students a solid review of the status of the scholarly literature, stressing the role that public relations can play in building relationship between organizations, markets, audiences, and publics.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412909549
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
08/28/2000
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
816
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: DEFINING THE DISCIPLINE
Introduction - Robert L Heath
Shifting Foundations: Public Relations as Relationship Building
Two-Way Symmetrical Public Relations: - James E Grunig
Past, Present and Future
A Rhetorical Enactment Rationale for Public Relations - Robert L Heath
The Good Organization Communicating Well
Public Relations and Community - Kenneth Starck and Dean Kruckeberg
A Reconstructed Theory Revisited
Cultural Topoi - Greg Leichty and Ede Warner
Implications for Public Relations
Updating Public Relations - David Mc Kie
'New Science', Research Paradigms and Uneven Developments
In Search of a Metatheory for Public Relations - Roy Leeper
An Argument for Communitarianism
Interpersonal Communication and Public Relations - W Timothy Coombs
Public Relations Field Dynamics - Jeffrey W Springston and Joann Keyton
Bringing Publics into Public Relations - Shirley Leitch and David Neilson
New Theoretical Frameworks for Practice
Research Perspectives on 'The Public' - Gabriel M Vasquez and Maureen Taylor
Public Relations and Crisis Communication - Matthew W Seeger, Timothy L Sellnow and Robert R Ulmer
Organizing and Chaos
Public Relations as Contested Terrain - George Cheney and Lars Thoger Christensen
A Critical Response
PART TWO: DEFINING THE PRACTICE
Introduction - Robert L Heath
The Dynamics of Change in Public Relations Practice
Dynamics of Change
The Mystery of Public Relations - Fritz Cropp and J David Pincus
Unraveling Its Past, Unmasking Its Future
Defining the Relationship between Public Relations and Marketing - James G Hutton
Public Relations' Most Important Challenge
Extending Strategic Planning to Communication Tactics - Laurie J Wilson
Public Relations and the Question of Professionalism - Magda Pieczka and Jacquie L'Etang
How Feminist Theory Advanced the Practice of Public Relations - Elizabeth L Toth
Public Relations Law - Michael G Parkinson, Daradirek Ekachai and Laurel Traynowicz Hetherington
Integrating Planning and Evaluation - Tom Watson
Evaluating the Public Relations Practice and Public Relations Programs
Media Effects Research for Public Relations Practitioners - Beth Olson
Stewardship - Kathleen S Kelly
The Fifth Step in the Public Relations Process
Activism - Michael F Smith and Denise P Ferguson
Public Relations and Conflict Resolution - Kenneth D Plowman, William G Briggs and Yi-Hui Huang
Organizational Legitimacy
Public Relations and the Ecology of Organizational Change - James L Everett
The Centrality of Organizational Legitimacy to Public Relations Practice - Maribeth S Metzler
Issues Management - Cornelius B Pratt
The Paradox of the 40-Year US Tobacco Wars
Utilizing the Collapse Model of Corporate Image for Campaign Message Design - Mary Anne Moffitt
Educating Practitioners
The Workplace, Undergraduate Education and Career Preparation - Gayle M Pohl and Dee Vandeventer
The Public Relations Academic and Practitioner Views
Accreditation - Bonita Dostal Neff
Is There Access to the Process for All Public Relations Academic Programs - If Desired?
Case Studies and Their Use in Public Relations - John J Pauly and Liese L Hutchison
Public Relations Ethics
Public Relations and Social Responsibility - Emma L Daugherty
Public Relations Ethics - Kenneth D Day, Qingwen Dong and Clark Robins
An Overview and Discussion of Issues for the 21st Century
Ethics in Public Relations - Patricia A Curtin and Lois A Boynton
Theory and Practice
Public Relations between Universality and Particularity - Tanni Haas
Towards a Moral-Philosophical Conception of Public Relations Ethics
The Measurement of Ethics - Kathie A Leeper
Instruments Applicable to Public Relations
PART THREE: IN SEARCH OF BEST PRACTICES
Introduction - Robert L Heath
Learning Best Practices from Experience and Research
Best Practices in Planning and Organization
A New Order for Public Relations - H R Hutchins
Goodbye Cost Center, Hello Profit Center
Best Practices in the Public Relations Agency Business - Catherine L Hinrichsen
Strategic Media Planning - Kirk Hallahan
Toward an Integrated Public Relations Media Model
Improving Corporate and Organization Communications - Dean Kazoleas and Alan Wright
A New Look at Developing and Implementing the Communication Audit
Best Practices in Crisis Communication
Crisis Communication - Kathleen Fearn-Banks
A Review of Some Best Practices
Anticipatory Model of Crisis Management - Bolanle A Olaniran and David E Williams
A Vigilant Response to Technological Crises
Corporate Apologia - Keith Michael Hearit
When an Organization Speaks in Defense of Itself
Race and Reputation - Gail F Baker
Restoring Image beyond the Crisis
Best Practices in Relationship Building
Relationships Within Communities - Laurie J Wilson
Public Relations for the New Century
Managing Community Relationships to Maximize Mutual Benefit - John A Ledingham and Stephen D Bruning
Doing Well by Doing Good
Best Practices in Educational Public Relations
Educational Public Relations - Julie Kay Henderson
Strength in Diversity - Barbara J De Santo and R Brooks Garner
The Place of Public Relations in Higher Education Institutions
Sports Information Directing - Nicholas C Neupauer
A Plea for Helping an Unknown Field
Best Practices in Context
Political Power through Public Relations - Lori Melton Mc Kinnon, John C Tedesco and Tracy Lauder
Labor and Public Relations - Tricia Hansen-Horn
The Unwritten Roles
Public Relations in the Health Care Industry - Laurel Traynowicz Hetherington, Daradirek Ekachai and Michael G Parkinson
PART FOUR: PUBLIC RELATIONS IN CYBERSPACE
Introduction - Robert L Heath
The Frontier of New Communication Technologies
Cyberspin - Edward J Lordan
The Use of New Technologies in Public Relations
Online Research Techniques for the Public Relations Practitioner - Susanne Elizabeth Gaddis
Public Relations and New Media Technology - Jeffrey K Springston
The Impact of the Internet
The Development of a Structuration Analysis of New Publics in an Electronic Environment - Zoraida R Cozier and Diane F Witmer
PART FIVE: GLOBALIZING PUBLIC RELATIONS
Introduction - Robert L Heath
Globalization: The Frontier of Multinationalism and Diversity
International Public Relations - Maureen Taylor
Opportunities and Challenges for the 21st Century
Effective Public Relations in the Multinational Organization - Robert I Wakefield
International Public Relations - Doug Newsom, Judy Van Slyke Turk and Dean Kruckeberg
A Focus on Pedagogy
New Zealand Perspectivess on Public Relations - Judy Motion and Shirley Leitch
The Development of Public Relations in China, Russia and the United States of America - Mark Mc Elreath, Ni Chen, Lyudmila Azarova and Valeria Shadrova
The Changing Shape of Public Relations in the European Union - David Miller and Philip Schlesinger
Middle East Public Relations - Rise Jane Samra
A New Frontier in the United States

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