This abstract is summarized by IPR from the original journal article published in the Media Report to Women. Dr. David Dozier and colleagues studied data on public relations practitioners’ gender, income, and other variables to evaluate why women earn less money than men. A secondary analysis of trends across four decades of gender and salary … Continue reading A Longitudinal Analysis of the Gender Income Gap in Public Relations in the U.S. 1979-2014
- A Longitudinal Analysis of the Gender Income Gap in Public Relations in the U.S. 1979-2014
All posts by David M. Dozier, Ph.D.
This abstract is summarized by IPR from the original journal article published in Public Relations Journal. The authors of this study surveyed a random sample of public relations professionals to provide a comprehensive theoretical model that explains the persistent pay inequity between men and women in public relations. Key Findings · Women earn less than … Continue reading Why Women Earn Less Than Men: The Cost of Gender Discrimination in U.S. Public Relations →
Lee, Nicole. M., Sha, Bey-Ling, Dozier, David M., & Sargent, Paul. (2015). The role of new public relations practitioners as social media experts. Public Relations Review, 41(3), 411-413. doi:10.1016/j.pubrev.2015.05.002 Summary Social media has become a prevalent part of public relations practice. Research and observation suggest young public relations practitioners are often the ones to perform … Continue reading The Role of New Public Relations Practitioners as Social Media Experts →