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Trends in Public Relations Roles: 1990-1995.
Abstract This study reported trend data on the roles of national Public Relations Society of America members. The authors posited that roles are constantly in process and illustrated this throughExpand
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Influences on the Power of Public Relations Professionals in Organizations: A Case Study
For many years, public relations practitioners have aspired to and worked to- ward professional status for their work. Public relations scholars, in turn, have examined the literature onExpand
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Power, Gender, and Public Relations: Sexual Harassment as a Threat to the Practice
As women increasingly take their place as public relations managers, their ability to work successfully in a harassment-free environment will have an impact on the overall stature and practice of theExpand
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Of Horse Race and Policy Issues: A Study of Gender in Coverage of a Gubernatorial Election by two Major Metropolitan Newspapers
This study of news coverage of a gubernatorial race suggests (1) gender may be a larger factor in selection of policy stories than in selection of horse race stories; (2) coverage of the horse race,Expand
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How Gender and Ethnicity Affected Primary Coverage
Media coverage of a white, male candidate was the most issue-oriented, but coverage of a female candidate was the most favorable in the 1994 Illinois Democratic gubernatorial primary election.
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Interactive oral history interviewing
The essential difference