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Gen Z

The Public Religion Research Institute analyzed how Generation Z (Gen Z) brings their values and viewpoints on political, social, and cultural issues into their communities, workplaces, and the greater U.S. political landscape. An online survey of 6,616 U.S. participants aged 13-25 years old was conducted from Aug. 21 – Sept. 15, 2023. Respondents were put into … Continue reading How does Gen Z View Generational Change and Political Leadership?

This blog is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center.  Put “How COVID changed public relations” into Google, and there will be no end of links and references to industry perspectives and well-meant advice, from Marketing Society to PRCA, from PR Moment to Provoke Media. In July 2020, when Ana Adi and I were … Continue reading The Future of PR Isn’t What It Used to Be…

This blog is part of a series called The Future of PR Looks Like Us, a meaningful campaign led by a team of Centennial College public relations and corporate communications postgraduate students in partnership with the Canadian Council of Public Relations Firms (CCPRF). Our goal is to highlight the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion … Continue reading Educators, Professionals, and Students Consider: What’s the Future of PR?