Summer PR Challenge: Week one
Our starting point for understanding public relations is to explore publicity.
Gender, race and foreignness
'Despite progress in representation of women in senior levels, parity remains out of reach for ethnic minority women on all levels and particularly black women.' Lucy Ndlovu summarises her study of Black African women in the UK labour market.
Empathic Technologies: Influence and Disinformation
We preview the speakers and the topics of day one of #MindThePRGap. Free registration is now open.
Listening to improve employee engagement
One way to maintain and improve employee engagement levels even further is to focus on listening argues Kevin Ruck.
We name the UK’s Best PR Student Blogger 2020
Our reigning champion for the past two years Orlagh Shanks picks this year's Best PR Student Blog winner.
Before the pandemic, global travel was popularised and promoted by social media influencers and online resources. Caitlin McGarry studied this phenomenon for her final year dissertation.
#50over50: Dr Johanna Fawkes
We profile public relations scholar Dr Johanna Fawkes in our #50over50 series.
My furlough ‘to do’ list
Furloughed charity media officer Maddie Waktare finds herself as busy as ever during the lockdown.
Catherine Maguire summarises her dissertation study into the impact of social media in reducing the stigma attached to mental illness.
My doctoral diary (part two)
'I spent my time observing conversations on the bus, or while walking.' Miriam Pelusi discusses the use of ethnography to explore dialogue in her latest doctoral diary.
Educator, teach yourself!
Richard Bailey explores the challenges and opportunities of teaching digital communication at a time when the world has gone online.
The B2B C-Suite can no longer afford to ignore social media
Today’s B2B CEO may prefer face to face communication, but time and resource is limited, argues Sarah Park. Better use of social media could help.