Dr. Natalie Tindall examined the perceptions of Black female public relations professors regarding the influence of race and gender on their career. In-depth interviews of nine Black female professors were conducted. The participants all held doctorates and taught public relations courses at public and private universities and colleges across the United States. Key findings include: … Continue reading The Double Bind of Race and Gender: Understanding the Roles and Perceptions of Black Female Public Relations Faculty
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Dr. Jennifer Vardeman-Winter and colleagues introduced an intersectional approach to publics to complement current public segmentation strategies. Using past research to inform this approach, the scholars expand the possibilities and realities of accessing and analyzing intersectionality in public relations. The report draws attention to assumptions in prior research regarding intersectionality and the campaign design process. … Continue reading Intersectionality And Publics: How Exploring Publics’ Multiple Identities Questions Basic Public Relations Concepts →
This abstract is summarized by IPR from the original journal article published in the Journal of Public Relations Research. Dr. Natalie T. J. Tindall and Dr. Richard D. Waters explored the experiences of gay men working in public relations. In-depth interviews and focus groups were conducted to allow participants to discuss their careers openly. Key findings include: … Continue reading Coming Out to Tell Our Stories: Using Queer Theory to Understand the Career Experiences of Gay Men in Public Relations →
This abstract is summarized by IPR from the original journal article published in the Journal of Applied Communication Research. Jennifer Vardeman-Winter, Ph.D. and colleagues explored the approach to identifying and engaging vastly different publics. This study provides information for an intersectional approach to the segmentation of publics. Interviews of 31 women of different racial, socioeconomic, … Continue reading Information-Seeking Outcomes of Representational, Structural, and Political Intersectionality Among Health Media Consumers →
This abstract is summarized by IPR from the original journal article published in PRism Journal.
Waters, Richard D.; Tindall, Natalie T. J.; & Morton, Timothy S. (2010). Media catching and the journalist-public relations practitioner relationship: How social media are changing the practice of media relations. Journal of Public Relations Research, 22(3), 241-264. With the changing media environment and the evolving online atmosphere, traditional media relations strategies (e.g., news release and … Continue reading Media catching and the journalist-public relations practitioner relationship: How social media are changing the practice of media relations →