Briefings & research
Our PR Place briefings explore PR and communication topics in depth. We also publish our own research in contemporary practice. An essential resource for PR and communication professionals.
Briefing: The misinformation age
When it comes to misinformation and disinformation, prevention is better than cure. But has public relations always been a trustworthy source of information?
Who’s Listening? Research
The ‘Who’s Listening?’ research explores how organisations listen to employees - essential reading for anyone wanting to improve listening inside their organisation.
Briefing: the public relations consultancy business
This briefing covers the basics of the public relations consultancy business.
Research into public relations education reveals mixed picture
A new research report published today argues that public relations is professionalising. Yet at the same time it reports on the steep decline in undergraduate public relations degree courses.
Briefing: public relations trade and professional media
'Media still needed.' Here's our overview of the trade and professional media covering public relations and corporate communication in the UK.
Briefing: public relations for journalists
Richard Bailey explains why it's unhelpful and no longer current to view public relations and journalism as opposed practices.
Briefing: public relations news
News is viral content; it is by definition interesting. Our briefing covers traditional and digital approaches to public relations news.
Briefing: Graduate careers in public relations
'The challenge for graduates is not so much getting into public relations as getting on in public relations'. Our briefing aimed at non-PR graduates explains about careers in public relations.
Briefing: Google Analytics
Google Analytics is changing. We explain why this matters and what you need to do next.
Briefing: professional ethics
We draw on professional codes and the academic literature to provide an overview of ethics in public relations.
Briefing: Public relations and the law
Here's an overview of the relationship between public relations and the law, prepared for candidates on the CIPR Professional PR Diploma course.
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