Public Relations Research Annual: Volume 3

Editat de Larissa A. Grunig, James E. Grunig
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Published in book form, this is a scholarly periodical of academic research in public relations, containing refereed reviews and reports of original studies. It follows the current trend toward more solidly grounded, theoretical research in a field that has only begun to mature. The studies and reviews presented represent the most contemporary thought and investigation brought to bear on this subject. Many relevant topics are discussed, including communication roles, women's issues in the feminization of the field, the concepts of symmetry and game theory, and finally, publics -- dealing with roles, risk takers, and how audiences receive, process, and retain messages on public policy issues.
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ISBN-13: 9780415515580
ISBN-10: 0415515580
Pagini: 240
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 mm
Greutate: 0.45 kg
Editura: Taylor and Francis
Colecția Routledge


Contents: Preface. Part I: Research Reviews. J.D. Pincus, R.E. Rayfield, M.D. Cozzens, The Chief Executive Officer's Internal Communication Role: A Benchmark Program of Research. H.M. Culbertson, Role-Taking and Sensitivity: Keys to Playing and Making Public Relations Roles. Part II: Reports of Original Research. P.J. Creedon, Public Relations and "Women's Work": Toward a Feminist Analysis of Public Relations Roles. L.A. Grunig, Court-Ordered Relief from Sex Discrimination: Implications for Women Working in Development Communication. P. Murphy, The Limits of Symmetry: A Game Theory Approach to Symmetric and Asymmetric Public Relations. K.T. Theus, Organizational Ideology, Structure and Communication Efficacy: A Causal Analysis. J.D. Pincus, L. Acharya, E.P. Trotter, C. St. Michel, Conflict Between Public Relations Agencies and Their Clients: A Game Theory Analysis. J.K. Van Leuven, M.D. Slater, How Publics, Public Relations, and the Media Shape the Public Opinion Process. R.L. Heath, W. Douglas, Effects of Involvement on Reactions to Sources of Messages and to Message Clusters. M.A. Ferguson, J. Myer Valenti, G. Melwani, Communicating with Risk Takers: A Public Relations Perspective.