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This article presents an integrated four-step symmetrical model for the effective management of crises. Although the model is also applicable to the management of accidental and operational crises, it is formulated primarily for those crises whose occurrence is more likely a consequence of the...
This study contrasts how men and women in public relations perceive a global standard of justice with how they experience justice issues instrumentally. Many of the differences that exist between men and women in public relations may be explained by the inherent differences between symbolic and...
Although journalists, public relations practitioners, and the general public have common interests in protecting media rights, public support for those rights is historically weak. The boundary-spanning function of public relations—which relies in part on First Amendment rights—implies that...
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