This abstract is summarized by IPR from the original journal article published in the Public Relations Review. The authors of this study addressed members of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and their concerns with issues surrounding gender and work-life balance, specifically gender equity in promotion and salaries. This study examines the concerns … Continue reading Future Professionals’ Perceptions of Work, Life, and Gender Issues in Public Relations
- Future Professionals’ Perceptions of Work, Life, and Gender Issues in Public Relations
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Introduction This essay discusses the accelerating influence of diverse groups on the domestic and international practice of public relations. The essay provides definitions of diversity; the knowledge and skills that practitioners need to relate to diverse publics; diversity models for public relations executives; and the need for requisite variety in the public relations industry. It … Continue reading Diversity and Public Relations Practice →
This bibliography consists of recent psychological research, reviews, and theoretical works that bear upon the work of the public relations practitioner. Most items in this list have been published within the last seven years and have been culled from scholarly journals in psychology or are public relations articles that draw heavily upon psychological research (no … Continue reading Psychology and Public Relations Today →