My doctoral diary (part three)
'A doctoral thesis is a fine piece of intellectual embroidery which requires clear and logical thinking.' Miriam Pelusi updates us on her PhD research into the ethics of dialogue.
A celebrity endorsement can make headlines, but does it help win elections asks Kerri Prince.
The role of communications in reducing the prevalence of poor mental health in the construction industry
Three times more low-skilled labourers in construction roles will commit suicide annually than the male national average. Lauren Pott asks how communications could help change this shocking statistic.
Changing the climate change conversation
'This is the opportunity to influence behaviour change and encourage the public to act rather than just be aware' argues Vickie Cox in this article on climate change communication.
Development with dignity, campaigns with creativity
We need to move to communications that portray people with dignity and respect, but also as people with existences full of things that aren’t just misery and desperation, argues Christina Berry-Moorcroft.
A year of learning virtually
Participation inequality remains an issue with online learning and events argues Richard Bailey. It's easy to turn up, but not always easy to tune in.
The future of remote working
Guest author Christine Virginie explores the effects of remote working on internal communication practice.
Rise of the Infodemic
Whilst the world is battling an unprecedented global health crisis, Carly Ratcliffe discusses whether using digital platforms to mediate communications around Covid-19 has fanned the flames through a fake news culture, or has been a useful instantaneous media source.
Covid-19: Is this the catalyst needed to give public relations leaders their place in the boardroom?
'Now is our time to step forward and help guide our senior leaders through the Covid-19 fog and update our customers and stakeholders on developments' argues guest author Vicky Shepherd.
Social media has proven its worth in the COVID-19 crisis.
University communities are set to become increasingly fragmented in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Social media will be key for PR professionals to build a lasting sense of togetherness argues Isobel Edwards.
Survey result releases are becoming obsolete
Guest author Katie Watts condemns public relations surveys as 'lazy PR tactics'.
If your boardroom doesn’t do sustainability, don’t insist your PR team does it for you
'There is hope that greenwashing may become a thing of the past' argues guest author Eva Groeneveld.